Nice work! Looks great!
Thx, It's a time capsule for sure.
That's a slick looking 250! Nice! I love old Mccullochs!
well I had 5 of theses 2100cd saws but hard to get parts.i loved these saws.
she's fun to start!! Husqvarna should of put a decompression release on them!! all my saws are "work saws"! except the 394xp! that f'in things a "sleeper"!!!
I loved my husky 2100 but no parts available ended my saw.
that is one fine husky 2100 which they were still made.
Hi mac/ho, handle never affected use of saw , consider it loads better AV than just back handle , great to carry the beast, any one I show em to these days say f### that's heavy ! But madly I used it first when I was 17 & weren't all muscle but never ever thought about its weight.. This is actual saw !!
Sweet saw fleet. I was always curious, how well did the handle that went down the center of your one 070 work? Always though that style handle looked neat, but never knew if people actually used it.
I took all of these pictures except for the pictures with the ladies in them (unfortunately).
Thanks so much I appreciate that!!
Terrib, If I were you, I would take these pics to your local County Agriculture Extension Office. It could be a new Dedicious hardwood disease similar to the Dutch Elm Disease of the '50--70's. Could also be something as simple as a minor lightning strike result. Either way, the Extension Office can investigate and suggest a remedy.
Blister's, you wouldn't have a spare starter pulley you would sell? Poulan/Husky quit selling them and they aren't available that I can find. I've owned my 3450 since it was new, and it still starts and runs better than the newer saws. It's "ole Faithful".
It's either a red (probably) or white Mulberry tree. I feel it is a rather invasive species because birds spread the seeds from its fruit. It also grows pretty rapidly, so it will probably ruin your poolside concreteI wood cut it off as flush to the concrete as possible and then poor some stump and brush killer on the root. To better assure against re-growth, pick a "barren sign" in a current Farmer's Almanac. Good Luck, Man of the Woods
Looks like it was running a little "lean". Gives all new meaning to having a "port Job" done.
When i get down moving I will send you a hat and shirt you buy the bar
I need that shirt and Bar. Hat Too.
Really want to pipe my 46cc ever since I seen yours can you give me some pointers or the exact way you fabricated/ or bought. Thanks.
This looks awesome. Great Job.
Ill have to update soon. There are a few more now...
That's a great looking 10-10, I have one that was my dad's when I was a kid! Wish people would drop those on my front doorstep!!
I have to admit, I envy your saw collection!
Here's my mag 2 I have restored , was good to start with ,just gave it a coat of paint in debeer 2 pack. You can't see cause it's cloudy but I did it stihl orange with a difference, pearl orange!!! Looks good in the sun!!!
Removal is in order. We do not want it to fall on the house and it looks like the tree base is pulling up; mounding. What do you all think?
Impressive, is that a Ms880?
Someone let their pet Amazonian giant sloth loose. Holy hockey sticks- it looks like it was shredded.
Patience and a loaded 12 ga.
I'm interested in the answer.
I know the feeling... I will say though, this model sthil did have a few more bells and whistles than the husky. But then again, the "husky" wasn't made in Sweden.
Stuck all right.
Cute little sucker. I'd like to get one for my granddaughter but I don't want her to think I like Stihl's.
Interesting how the transfer ports are so much smaller on the 570. I am in the middle of tweaking a 576xp barrel and the holes look twice the size
I had the 1971 but was missing how long they were produced. Thanks Smudger for the info.
i own one also- 1971 i think she is, only made them for 2yrs
Christmas present/ first saw for my 3month old son.. lol
too funny .. lol nice pics
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