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    Default Another new saw

    Another new saw-photo442.jpgWell after having purchased my MS362, and found out it was a little underpowered, i decided to buy something with a little more power. So here it is a brand new MS441.

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    Nice little saw, get it dirty.
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    Nice saw. It should get the job done.
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    Default Re: Another new saw

    That should do the trick
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    nice! Did you put the lines on the caps--I like that idea for aid in lining up when re-installing.
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    Default Re: Another new saw

    Go big or go home.. Nice looking saw. Is that like an 18" bar? Have fun. Wear your Safety chaps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treemonkey1000 View Post
    Go big or go home.. Nice looking saw. Is that like an 18" bar? Have fun. Wear your Safety chaps.
    Actually it's a 16 inch bar, will move up to an 18 inch later. Btw had to get all my safety gear changed, boots, chaps, helmet,etc ... can't operate a Stihl saw with Husky safety gear

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    Nice saw. Also a lot of people don't know it but in a Stihl saw you are supposed to run mid grade gas.
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    Default Re: Another new saw

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiotikarl View Post
    Actually it's a 16 inch bar, will move up to an 18 inch later. Btw had to get all my safety gear changed, boots, chaps, helmet,etc ... can't operate a Stihl saw with Husky safety gear
    Yeah that would be an insult to Husky wouldn't it? 16" bar gee that would be like dropping a 454 Chevy motor into an old Vega body... WOo hooo!
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