Those pre-molded Stihl fuel lines are not a place that you want to cheap out.
Here you go stickin' your face in a Stihl thread again:rolleyes:
7900 lb/hp is similar, and can be had well under $1k
Reliability(maybe, we don't know yet). Possibility for end user adjustment/repair in the field(right now any MT issues=trip to dealer). The same...
If it must be brand new I would probably get a Makita 7900 or a 462. That being said, I wouldn't buy a new one. There are still nice used 372s...
Says 24" in the title
That's called capitalism
What's a guy doing a 441 need?
Sorry Brad, couldn't help it.:cheers:
I know I have a re-built, ready to go 199 Matt. I think I have a Zama too. I'll check when I get home.
I think the small three series Huskies did it before the poulan pro did. It's a pretty foolproof design. The four and five series Husky...
I mess with a lot of different brands of saws. Stihls and small Dolmars switch in opposite directions. I've yet to have a switch get...
I know a guy that did just that here recently:yes:
The spring, metering lever, and needle.
You must have read more into it than I did.:yes:
What's another FT one cost, $3.47? Seems like a no brainer on that saw to me.
Fixed it for you
Maybe. How do you know?
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