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MS200T for sale

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by NYSawBoss, Nov 14, 2004.

  1. NYSawBoss

    NYSawBoss ArboristSite Operative

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    I have a Stihl MS200T with about 3 hours use on it for sale. Saw has a brand new Picco Micro chain on it. I will send an additional length of Picco Micro brand new in box. The saw has a 16" bar. I am asking $400.00 for the saw. No charge for the additional chain (keep in mind Stihl chains are about $20.00 each.) I will pay shipping no matter where the buyer resides.

    P.S Reason for sale in case anyone is interested....I'm going with the 338XP (No laughter please, just take advantage of a good deal before I ebay it.)

    Tony
     
  2. Ross Turner

    Ross Turner ArboristSite Operative

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    If i had the cash spare i would of had it off you.Then again it would cost you a packet to ship over to the UK.;)
     
  3. rahtreelimbs

    rahtreelimbs A.K.A Rotten Tree Limbs

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    IMO..........bad move. The 335/338 are not known for being reliable. The MS200........what can I say.......rock solid.


    You already bought the saw, why not use it and enjoy it???


    Just something to think about!!!;)


    Another thought, buy the 338 and keep it as a backup!
     
  4. MasterBlaster

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    Geez man, why ya getting rid of yur 200?:dizzy:
     
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    Big mistake in my opinion, are you sure this was a well thought out plan? Like Rich said the smaller husky does not have the power or reliability of the stihl in this class. JMHO but might want to rethinks that plan. Good luck.:confused:
     
  6. NYSawBoss

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    I can't believe that nobody is interested. :(---FOOEY
     
  7. sedanman

    sedanman Just cut the piano!!

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    I'm interested. Just a little cash poor at the moment. If this was 2 weeks from now I'd be fine.
     
  8. Koa Man

    Koa Man Kahuna giganticus

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    sedanman Just cut the piano!!

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    Koa, I hope I beat you to the punch via e-mail. If not, enjoy the saw.
     
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    sedanman Just cut the piano!!

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    So much for that.
     
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    I can't believe you're selling it. :(
     
  13. rahtreelimbs

    rahtreelimbs A.K.A Rotten Tree Limbs

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    i only put it on ebay as a last resort thing.....i've put stuff up on ebay only to pull it off prior to auction end. 9 times out of 10 somebody gives me what i'm asking outside of ebay.

    tony

    The saw is still very much available to the first realistic buyer....do not let ebay scare you.
     
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    You should never sell yur primary saws.
     
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    Koa Man Kahuna giganticus

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    Tony,
    Check your email for my address. I can send the check as soon as you give me the address to send it to.
     
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    Van ArboristSite Member

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    Last resort??????? The same day you ask here, A little in a hurry?
    Wife wants a new stereo huh.
     
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    Saw sold, replacement obtained.

    T
     
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    I half to agree with Rich on this one. I have used a husky 338 and they get cold quick and they bog down alot. I think they have some bad problems that need to get fixed.
     
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    Some people just have to find out the hard way and judge for themselves. I'd be willing to bet NY is going to be looking for another 20 soon. Who knows maybe he will get lucky and get one of those one in a million saws that don't cause problems.
     

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