Pics of the Super XL-130
Pics of the Super XL-130
Last edited by SawTroll; 10-11-2008 at 03:20 AM.
Firewood saws: Jonsereds Raket 621 (1970), Husky 353G (2003), Euro Stihl MS361W (2004), Husky 372xpg (nov 2006), Husky 339xp (may 2007), Husky 346xpg New Edition (sept 2007), Jonsered 2153WH (april 2010), Husky 560xpg (nov 2011).
Witchys saw, Dolmar PS5100SH (also may 2007). Rest in peace, my love!
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what would be a fair price for these two saws if I put them up on ebay or the trading post? Both are runners the 1985 Rancher needs a clutch face plate to be %100 as the old one is showing wear and the homelite is in great shape.
If anyone has any intrest in these saws I am going to be putting hem up forsale soon. cheers..
Why do you want to sell these Chain Saws? Why not keep them? Or do they not have any Centamental Value to them? I have 4 Chain Saws, that I will Never sell for this reason. My Great Uncle was the Original Owner of 3 of these Chain Saws, Mac 10-10 Automatic, Pro Mac 60, and a Mini Mac 30. My Dad was the Original Owner of the Pro Mac 700, and Both of these Men, taught me a lot about Chain Saws
I cut wood with them still everyday, but once I get my Stihl 044 Over Hauled, they won't get used much, except the Mini Mac 30, for Fire Wood Production. Yes they will still get used, but not as much as they are now, because of their weight. They are almost too heavy for me to use. Bruce.
Pro Mac 60, Mac 10-10 Automatic, Mini Mac 30Mac 110, Pro Mac 700, Mac 1-10, eBay Mac 10-10 Automatic, eBay 2 Eager Beavers 2.0, eBay Pro Mac 10-10, eBay Mac 110, eBay Mini Mac 30, eBay Mini Mac 35, Mac 140 With Automatic Chain Sharpener. And Yes, A Stihl 044
Bruce The Mac Hopf
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I inherited both these saws as they hadn't been used for quite some time and neither hold any Sentimental Value to me. I guess the Super XL has been in my family for awhile as my mother purchased it for my father but he still has 20-30 old saws. It's just another saw bruce, perhaps if it was an older pro mac or something along those lines I may be more intending to hold onto it.
does anyone have any advice about having no spark from one of these old homelites? This thing fired two years ago when it ws stored but now it won't spark at all .
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