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I nominate mine. Rebuilt with an 036 top end, this saw does not need a decomp valve, starts and cuts perfectly. I ran it the other day and it noodle cut big logs in half once again. It's a pleasure to use:
Stihl 034--036.jpg If someone offered me $350 for it shipped, I doubt I would accept the offer. A new MS362 runs about $800 plus sales tax.
 
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I nominate mine. Rebuilt with an 036 top end, this saw does not need a decomp valve, starts and cuts perfectly. I ran it the other day and it noodle cut big logs in half once again. It's a pleasure to use:
View attachment 801063 If someone offered me $350 for it shipped, I doubt I would accept the offer. A new MS362 runs about $800 plus sales tax.
If you look around you could probably find a decent used 562 for that. You'd forget all about that 036 in short order. That said, nice looking 1125
 
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Thanks for the input.
Sadly, I'm probably gonna cannibalize it and do a port job. (haha)
I'm currently "learning" on an 021/025 and we will see where that takes me.
Gonna be sending my "baby" MS460 to huskstihl very soon for porting, anxious to see where that ends up.
 
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You guys are gettin me all hyped up to sink my new 036 in to some wood!!
Like I said, had one years ago and really liked it.
Was raising 3 kids at the time and couldn't afford two saws. sold it to get a new 460.
I'm excited to try it out!!
 
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