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Pressure vacuum tester for Husky

Discussion in 'TreeStuff.com' started by palbin, Mar 8, 2015.

  1. palbin

    palbin ArboristSite Operative

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    Hello!

    Do you sell "Pressure vacuum tester for Husky" OEM 531 03 06-23?

    Best
     
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    this is a mityvac tester but the husqy sell it like the stihl , now if you want to pay double order it from a dealer
     
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    Ahaa - Husky sell a Mityvac tester - very funny :) - what spec-
    imen of Mityvac tester is then - do you happen to know?

    (Is it e.g., the "Mityvac MV8510" I have seen about in other
    thread?)

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    Man the husqvarna sell this about 200 + euros , doesnt matter if its MV 8510 , its just double price
     
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    Mitivac 8500 is what I use. Works good.
     
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    Yes _ I will by Mitivac 8500 then also - thanks - in Sweden
    small-turn-around/over-stuff like this cost A LOT - things
    that sell a lot more the market has taken down the prices
    for to what they should be - but not on these kind of stuff -
    for example I found Mitivac kit domestically for 200 + eur :)
     
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    60.00 American here. http://www.amazon.com/Mityvac-MITMV8500-Silverline-Automotive-Vacuum/dp/B0002SQYUA
     
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    Whatabout the Mityvac 5530 compression test kit by the way?

    Cost a somewhat steep 100 EUR or so - but seems to include
    several quite useful test hoses etc which would otherwise cost
    some money ... .

    (Obviously - the Mityvac 8500 and 8550 kits do not test comp-
    ression I assume ... ?)
     
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    I am not familiar with that one. I use a Snap on compression tester.
     
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    its the most importand tool for saw service
     
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    No compression test
     
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    i dont use a compression tester.
     
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    I seen scored pistons and cylinders that had 150- 160 .
     
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    And even with that tool there will be saws that cant be figured out so fast.
     
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    OK - interesting info - perhaps I scip that one then
    - anyway one can have a non-branded one locally
    quite cheaply ... .
     
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    just because the rings are not stuck
     

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