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Other Stihl Acronyms.

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  1. AOD

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    We all know what MS stands for, but what do the other Stihl abbreviations stand for. FS is on trimmers, HS is on hedge trimmers and BR is on blowers, there's a few more I can't think of too.

    They are all inferior, however, to the greatest abbreviation of all time, XP
     
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    Just some guesses

    ms = must sharpen

    fs = :censored: string

    hs = hedge shrinker

    br = b$tchin rake

    TS
     
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    I believe the abbreviations are german, Heard someone here say what they meant, But i can't remember.
     
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    More like Xtreme Power!
     
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    hahaha Weird, I just posted a thread about Stihls acronyms. Guess I am not the only one confused.:dizzy:
     
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    I just answered your thread a second ago.
     
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    saw that, thanks!!
     
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    Don't know but I do have:

    2x MS250
    1x MS260
    1x MS290

    FS130
    KM130


    BR420
    BR600

    FC110

    HS45

    I don't even know what MS means: Multiple Sclerosis, multi-scissors, mini-socks? :dizzy:
     
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    What a great thread... :spam:

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    Maybe XP stands for eXcessively Perverted.........
     
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    BG = Big gun


    NSA = No Stihls Allowed
     
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    MS - Motosägen - Chainsaw
    FS - Freischneider - Line Trimmer
    BG - Blasgerät - Handheld Blower
    BGE - Blasgerät elektrische - Electric Handheld Blower
    BR - Blasgerät Rückentragbar - Backpack Blower
    BT - Motobohrer - Borer/Drill/Auger etc
    TS - Trennshleiffer - Cut Off Machine
    SE - Staubsauger - Vacuum Cleaner - (They did not use SS for obvious reasons!)
    SH - Saughäcksler - Vacuum Shredder
    HT - Hochentaster - Polesaw
    HS - Heckenschere - Hedgetrimmer
    KM- Kombimotor - Kombi Engine for the Kombi system
    RE - Reinigungsgeräte - Cleaners - Pressure Washer
    GS - Gesteinschneider - Rock/Concrete Saw
    and lots more
     
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