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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Quote Originally Posted by zzvyb6 View Post
    Hows this for a junk chainsaw?
    Actually not bad as it is a clone of a PRAZI that is used to get good cuts on landscape ties and other HD beams.
    In fact I have seen kits to do just that at a fair $$.

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    nice little collection of saws ya have left Kevin...I still have that partner 5000 and the mint jonsered 490 with your name on them...maybe we could do some trading on that stihl sign.....

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Steve I have 5000's and 490 over flowing already but only 1 stihl sign in 4x5.




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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    This is a very good idea for what I need.


    I would like to continue my fence project but I need to cut mortises much faster in 6" square posts. I would buy a new saw and do this to it. I saw a setup in a hardware store
    that did mortises for $900.00 ish some years ago and I have not seen any more since.
    I think I would need 35 post times 3 holes = 1 0 5 holes.

    1 new skil saw
    2 bars bolted together
    small chain the carving type
    simple plunge method

    No safety police allowed

    I did another chainsaw project that puts a electric polesaw on the end of a 15' extension pole and then you add another extension pole for a total of 26'. It is a little wild but safer than climbing. Proto type # 2 fell from 20', it was a reclaimed trash can saw ( RIP )

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Took this in on trade Echo CS 702EVL 71cc PHO. Guy was running a 8T and 24"

    I put a 7T and a 16" on it to test. Holy cow these things run good. 8T will be going back on. Dang she sounds and runs good. Freaking beast in the cut.

    Here is how it looked before wiping off.











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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Another builder traded in.

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    definitely treasure, not junk.

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Quote Originally Posted by cqaigy2 View Post
    definitely treasure, not junk.
    Rebuild done with new piston kit and muffler mod. Needed a bunch of little things replaced but that is normal wear parts.

    This one could be hard to let go with it's 12.4lb PHO weight and 62cc. Very impressed with the first few test cuts set real rich.

    after pics. I have before muffler mod pics if needed.







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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Quote Originally Posted by xyz123 View Post
    This one could be hard to let go with it's 12.4lb PHO weight and 62cc. Very impressed with the first few test cuts set real rich.


    I've got an MS360 that I picked up with a scored piston. with just a little cleanup work That saw runs freaking great and I can't let it go. It still isn't as good as a screaming 262xp but if you only had to have one awesome all around saw, that would be it....
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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    would love to see before pics to understand muffler modding...

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