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SawTroll
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SawTroll

Information Collector, Male, 59, from Troms, North Norway

The best place to ask questions about chainsaws is the Chainsaw forum. Questions to a member are best asked in a "conversation". Feb 7, 2016

SawTroll was last seen:
Apr 30, 2017 at 3:51 AM
    1. nikocker
      nikocker
      Hey SawTroll - Nikocker here. Been a few years since I made an appearance. Nice to see you are still here! I'll be retiring from my regular job in Mid-August and the I plan on visiting here more often
      1. SawTroll likes this.
      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        Welcome back ol' friend! I am not as active as I used to be, but I still visit here most days.
        Apr 26, 2017 at 12:24 PM
    2. andrethegiant70
      andrethegiant70
      I'll have to check it out!
    3. andrethegiant70
      andrethegiant70
      Nice to see you're still enjoying the site, Niko.... I posted my first in quite a few years today. Feels good to be addressing my hobbies again.
      1. SawTroll likes this.
      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        Nice to see you around again, there has been a few years! I'm not as active in the chainsaw forum as I used to be, but try to visit the "Good morning" thread in the "off topic" daily. There often is more interesting saw talk there than in the chainsaw forum.
        Apr 5, 2017
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    4. l2edneck
      l2edneck
      good to see ya......
      1. SawTroll likes this.
      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        Thanks - and welcome back!
        Mar 23, 2017
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    5. keith broadhurst
      keith broadhurst
      Hi saw troll thanks for your help your the best kind regards keith
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    6. keith broadhurst
      keith broadhurst
      Hi SawTroll you have helped me in the past so im here again. I just wanted to know when they first made the husky 3120 XP, i will appreciate any feedback you give.
      1. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        1988, the first IPL was dated 1988-05 (may).
        Mar 8, 2017
    7. Alans550xp
      Alans550xp
      Need some help with advice with a 550xp that won't run and new to this so not sure if this is were I need to be asking
      1. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        The best place to ask questions related to saws is in the "Chainsaws" forum.
        Oct 12, 2016
      2. Alans550xp
        Alans550xp
        Thanks
        Oct 12, 2016
    8. Sagetown
      Sagetown
      Hello Niko: Happy Birthday to ya my friend.
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      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        Thanks my friend!
        Aug 28, 2016
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    9. Stihl working hard
      Stihl working hard
      Hope your having a great birthday Niko may you have many more
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      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        Thanks my down under friend!
        Aug 28, 2016
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    10. petey
      petey
      One more thing I would love some tips on how to adjust a carb on this saw since its carbs has been modified
      1. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        The basic carb setting (starting point) for the 2054 is H=1 L=1 1/4 turn out from lightly seated.
        Jun 21, 2016
      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        Then you make tiny adjustments to the L screw to the point where the engine accelerates best, and then on the H screw until the engine "four-strokes" out of wood, but cleans up in wood. Normally this means turning the H screw slightly in from the base setting, but not always. Max recommended rpm at WOT out of wood is 13,000 rpm on the 2054.
        Jun 21, 2016
    11. petey
      petey
      You know your stuff that's for sure when I need to know something about a saw I always try to see what u have posted about it first.. But saw has great power but all I do it cut firewood and maybe 16 " pine logs for my boss I live in GA so nothing major
    12. petey
      petey
      I found out that it is either a 93 or 94 it has no comp release and it has the two part top cover its the older owner some one has ported card or some thing and its running good but boiler can't keep up saw burns a tank of gas and a quarter a tank of oil I'm gonna order stick carb and replace but saw is in excellent shape all original parts and cranks isles and runs great I love it. But Damn it's heavy...
      1. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        I don't really understand all that (there are no boiler on a chainsaw), but are you sure that it it the carb that is modified? It is far more common to modify the cylinder and muffler than the carb, even though some saw models really need it...
        Jun 21, 2016
      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        A 2054 shouldn't really be heavy, even though it isn't the lightest 50cc saw around (a 93/94 one would be a 53cc) - are you sure it actually is a 2054?
        Jun 21, 2016
    13. petey
      petey
      I'm about to buy one and I need some good info please y'all guys are the one only ones who actually know anything worth talking too
      1. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        The 2054 was smack in the middle of the Elux period, a Jonsered design with a touch of Partner design, and made at the Husky factory from about 1988 to around 2000 . The model was the less costly alternative first to the 2051 and then the 2055.
        There is no way any of them were made as late as 2007. If you post the serial number, I can tell you when the saw was made (the year and week).
        Jun 17, 2016
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    14. petey
      petey
      2007 jonsered 2054 turbo is it pre electro lux and is it a good saw
    15. Custombillt
      Custombillt
      Thanks SawTroll, you're a welth of knowledge
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    16. Custombillt
      Custombillt
      Does anyone know what year the latest 576xp autotune was released? Husky says no changes since 2012
      1. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        The only update I can find after that time is the screws that attach the roller chain catcher to the dawgs, so that statement looks true. 2012 week 33 is the accurate time, based on what the IPLs tell me.

        They tested the AT on the 575 in 2006, right before redesigning the saw slightly and calling it 576.
        Jun 15, 2016
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    17. SawTroll
      SawTroll
      The best place to ask questions about chainsaws is the Chainsaw forum. Questions to a member are best asked in a "conversation".
    18. bob kern
      bob kern
      This site is confusing as heck. Where does a guy go to ask questions ????? Found this spot by accident
    19. JoeMay
      JoeMay
      Hello from Northern Minnesota (where Lutefisk is popular over the Holiday). I have a 2002 Husky 359 and I am concerned about the accelerator pump malfunctioning on the Walbro carburetor and possible air leaks from the intake flange/boot. Is the Zama C3-EL42 carburetor a good replacement for the Walbro? What intake components should be replaced or upgraded to prevent air leaks from occurring?
      1. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        I'll send you a "conversation" about this, as links and attachments can't be posted here.
        Jan 5, 2016
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    20. lone wolf
      lone wolf
      Happy birthday friend
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      2. SawTroll
        SawTroll
        Thanks my friend!
        Aug 28, 2015
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Aug 28, 1957 (Age: 59)
    Location:
    Troms, North Norway
    Occupation:
    Retired Army offiser
    How did you find ArboristSite.com:
    At the SAWYERS site
    Home Country:
    Norway
    My wife (SawWitch on here) died feb 2009.

    Cutting firewood, chainsaw history ++

    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).
    [​IMG] Witchys saw, Dolmar PS5100SH (also may 2007). Rest in peace, my love!

    361 and 372 has been stolen.

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