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    Veteran Member deereman75's Avatar
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    Default New saw

    Well about 10 minutes ago I got back from picking up my ideal saw. A 1992 stihl 034, with new jug and piston 4 years ago. Started up on the 3rd pull, and I fell in love. It was used as a back up saw by a professional firewood cutter, but it hasn't been used much the last few years. A little haggling and I got it for $250, from what I have seen that's a pretty good price for one of these. Here are a few pictures.
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    Once my wallet recovers, I will keep looking for the late model husky 2100cd I am longing for. Luckily in my area the market is flooded with big felling saws, and prices are low.
    Never carry gasoline in your car trunk. If you do, atleast use some sort of container.
    -red green

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    Platinum Member lutt's Avatar
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    Default Re: New saw

    Nice looking saw,seems to me you got a good deal, makes my ms 210 look like a pocket saw! LUTT

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    Veteran Member deereman75's Avatar
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    Default Re: New saw

    Its about 59cc, 4.1 hp. Running a 20 inch bar, with a full skip forestry chain, no lo-kickback chain here. Hopefully going to do some cutting in a few days.
    Never carry gasoline in your car trunk. If you do, atleast use some sort of container.
    -red green

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    Default Re: New saw

    Great saw deal, imho. I have one I bought new from the early '80s and it's still running strong. Parts are getting scarce - I've had to replace the air filter screen several times, and they are hard to find in my neck of the woods.
    If only I'd known then what I know now...except none of this existed back then.

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