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    Gold Member Kiotikarl's Avatar
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    Default Re: Another new saw

    Yeah i know, soon enough it will all M-tronic, and besides replacing my saws yearly is kinda overkill, i now only make about 30-40 cordes of firewood a year Ahhhhhh boys and their toys

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    Default Re: Another new saw

    When are they going to make them efi? They have a concrete saw that is. Outdoor Power Tools | STIHL USA

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    Default Re: Another new saw

    A 362 came with a 16" bar??? That is what my 026 wears.
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    After 30 to 40 cords, that 441 will be ...... nearly broken in. That is an impressive amount of wood.

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    Default Re: Another new saw

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiotikarl View Post
    Patience my friends, I'll get ride of the 362 only next year I replace all my saws yearly
    If you retire your saws every year how bad of a hit do you take? In other words do you normally get 50%-75% of the purchase price?


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    Default Re: Another new saw

    30-40 cords isn't really alot when i first purchased my CK30 that fall/winter me and dad made a little over 210 cordes. I left the skidding and winching part for my dad, while i had all the fun with the chainsaws

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    Default Re: Another new saw

    Quote Originally Posted by PineRidge View Post
    If you retire your saws every year how bad of a hit do you take? In other words do you normally get 50%-75% of the purchase price?
    Since i keep my saws in mint condition i dont loose a lot of money, maybe 2-300 $ on a 1000$ saw. Prices here in Quebec are kinda insane on most of our stuff and add a 15% sales tax, So that gives a chance on selling my old stuff

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    Default Re: Another new saw

    I was running a 441-CM and found it was underpowered, so I upgraded to this yesterday:

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    (Yes I am joking about the 441 being underpowered, just wanted to mess with the OP).

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    Default Re: Another new saw

    Quote Originally Posted by s219 View Post
    I was running a 441-CM and found it was underpowered, so I upgraded to this yesterday:

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    (Yes I am joking about the 441 being underpowered, just wanted to mess with the OP).
    Now that's a NICE saw guest i'll just have to wait a bit to own one

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    Default Re: Another new saw

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    Just felt like sharing this, but just got a brand new MS261 i'll add to the rest.

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