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    Quote Originally Posted by radioman View Post
    would love to see before pics to understand muffler modding...
    This 036 muffler was simple. No inner cage to remove or drill out, if you went that way. Make sure to richen up H side after muffler mods. Sometimes the L side or idle might need a touch, but not often.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Freakingstang View Post
    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....
    Steve I have owned 262xp's. I wasnt impressed with them at all for a 62cc saw. Just over rated IMHO.
    My Poulan open port 60cc 3750 felt better handling wise in the woods being used then the 262xp and cut on par with it JMO. I sale every 262xp I get in, good money makers and I am glad they have a cult type falling.



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    Quote Originally Posted by radioman View Post
    would love to see before pics to understand muffler modding...
    here ya go... older ones were bigger at about 7/16" diameter opening. the later model 360's were about 3/8"




    Hey xyz guy...

    been working on getting my banners and signs up... just scored this Dolmar the other day.





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    Quote Originally Posted by xyz123 View Post
    Steve I have owned 262xp's. I wasnt impressed with them at all for a 62cc saw. Just over rated IMHO.
    My Poulan open port 60cc 3750 felt better handling wise in the woods being used then the 262xp and cut on par with it JMO. I sale every 262xp I get in, good money makers and I am glad they have a cult type falling.

    I've only owned a 261. just got to ran a modded 262xp. it "felt" like a hopped up 372 with half of the weight.. never got to run them side by side. I have 25 bucks in my mint MS360!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freakingstang View Post

    ".........there is only one way to find out."
    "Ok, hold my beer and watch this.........."


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    I also have a 360 and a 310 I never use the 310

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyz123 View Post
    It is exhaust gases through the tubing and is adjustable to how much you want for heat. The oem tubing is some kind of silicon tubing I would guess.

    Works great on 490 5000 top handle and rear handle. My 346xpg new type heated handle is just top handle I think and carb.
    XYZ, I believe your 346 should be both handles. I know mine is, they work too good like most Huskies. You have to shut them off after a few min and you def don't want to run them without gloves!! CJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJONE View Post
    XYZ, I believe your 346 should be both handles. I know mine is, they work too good like most Huskies. You have to shut them off after a few min and you def don't want to run them without gloves!! CJ
    Thanks. I'll have to look into that. They almost never get used now anyways.

    But you never know when a call to cut in the dead of cold could arise in a emergency.
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    I have been meaning to try to spend more time over here w/ this crowd.
    You guys got the right stuff & the goods I say!

    I have a Stihl 009 (What is it called, a Mini Boss? Or a Mini Farm Boss?)


    Craig, here, you can buy those Beam Saws, works good. You buy the
    chainsaw parts (Prazi) and mount it up to your saw. I wanted a dedicated
    beam saw so I picked up this Craftsman.



    I have been wantin' a large"r" chainsaw. My Stihl dealer is tryin' to put
    me into a MS362-20 , I noticed a note on the quote that said "Flush".
    I assume that is a handle, well, lack of a handle on the side so a guy can
    cut a stump flush to the ground ? I have not been able to find good pics
    of a "Flush" handle and a, is it a "Full Wrap" handle? Well he is prob just
    pushin' what he has in stock. I perfer to leave stumps 4-5' tall to use
    as a lever and just dig the stumps out.

    But where was I, oh, so I was
    thinking about a new saw but DANG! It is $650bones? Naw...that shy'd
    me away then this morning I realized some of you guys are either in the
    chainsaw only biz or are enthusists and maybe a guy could think about
    buying a used Sthil Chainsaw for a song, maybe a song and a dance!
    For now I think I pefer to stick to Stihl. So sumthin' for maybe a couple-few
    of you guys to think abouts. I can't do it right away, but need to be thinkin' bout it anywho...

    Hey is there anything wrong w/ carrying my 009 like pictured below? I built that
    holder and didn't ask first, I kinda doubt it but nothing like askin pro's...

    Now I need to figure up a cool way to carry some mix-gas as well.

    I plunged cut a slot thru a piece of scrap 4x6 just to see if I could do it
    and schzam! I did such a good job I decided to keep it and use it so off
    I went w/ a lil wood putty here and there and some black paint and I
    welded up a hanger ring and simply lag bolted it from below thru an
    existing hole in the deck, works well...







    (I Hope I don't hijak the OP's thread w/ my junk ramblin's!
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    Good thread!!! I'm a stihl fan but have others as well. I started at 13 with a 3400 counter vibe my dad gave me. Still have it. He went to a 041. I now have that. He quit cuttin logs, just limbs now. Here are some pics of the fleet.

    The odd one I posted a friend gave me a month ago. It was his grandfathers. Did a little search and it seems it was popular in its day. What say you? Super wiz 66
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