I run a FS250 with a fine tooth carbide blade, it's a terror on vine maple.
1" in diameter it hardly knows it's there, 2" in diameter you have...
Nice saw. If you weren't across the country I'd be driving over to pick it up.
It's just too nice to trust the saw to USPS/UPS/FedEX.
Does this have a 6 spine rim drive?
If so, I've only seen Oregon .404"x8 rims, which is what I have on my 1130G
I have this one that has a 3003 size mount:
I was thinking that it was a 240 as well, but really don't know Husky saws as well as Stihl products.
Thank you everyone for your input.
My wiring OCD wouldn't allow me to leave it that way.
Personally I'd swap the leads going to the motor so that black and white were paired.
I'm drawing a blank and the S/N tag is missing:
Where in Oregon are you located?
My wife has a 180CE after seeing the video of your daughter.
Here's a picture of the air filter area of a 026 and that of a 026 Pro:
If the decomp doesn't leak there's no advantage to removing it. The hard to pull starting cords are as much design of the system as the...
I'm seeing ZAMA C1Q-S211 STIHL 1141 120 0606 as a possible carburetor for the MS261 and it looks like it has the same physical oddities.
Just had my MS261 (non M-Tronic) torn down, then reassembled. I'm pretty sure it had a C1Q-S178B carburetor on it.
I've worked on my friends 009 and share your servicing observations, the saw I never want to see a Stihl 015.
Not sure I'd take one if it was...
Both the XP1020 and Super XP1020 are direct drive 100cc saws, but in that same series is the 1130G.
The 1130G is a gear reduction drive and can...
I have the same non-No M-Tronic version of this saw in my shop.
Really nice saw and I love the spring AV system.
The swap was inspired by the modified 028 piston I have on my 024.
Spotted an inexpensive 46mm BR420 Chinesium piston for sale and so I posed the...
Both have the same bore and stroke and just looking for a replacement piston for the saw I have torn apart. The pistons look similar and I could...
That's what I do as well.
I'd empty the fuel tank then choke the saw and run the fuel out of the lines.
Carb cleaner and compressed air should get the oil and fuel residue...
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