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Real1shepherd

Real1shepherd

Red for the win
Joined
Jul 31, 2009
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Eastern WA
My small army of chubby huskies.
Hands down one of the best saws husky ever made imo and i scoff them ip anytime i see them priced accordingly.
All run perfect, i rotate them weekly and use one at work for dropping. Hard to beat the torque one of these critters produce.
Also have several in various states of disassembly awaiting parts.





Eye candy and eye popping!! Never will be anything quite like this saw again....near perfect in execution and the tree slayer of all time. I just learned today that there was a 910 in early production that was 100cc(before the Electrolux buyout). As well made as the J'reds were, that would have been serious competition for the 2100/2101....although at that time, it was all about distributorships and parts availability. I bought over a dozen 2100/2101's in my career....you could very well have one of them sitting on that table. Whoa...see a jungle muffler too! May I ask....how in the world did you acquire so many??

Not seeing any full-wraps....better send some this way and I'll 'fix' that ...lol

Kevin
 
Rx7man

Rx7man

Cattle Rubbing Post
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Interior BC
I use the wireless hotspot on my phone so I can use a puter to do my typing and viewing.. hate using it on the phone!

MrMoose, NICE collection! By wintertime I will probably have a 288, 2100 and 3120 in the lineup... yes, I'm excited about it!

Here's the Jred 920 I built for a friend...
 
homelitejim

homelitejim

Full of Scrap
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48
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Millwood, WA
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This was load 4 and 5 and there is still a pile of wood on the ground. Saws are 372xp and 390xp both with 28" bars that were not quite long enough. Not pictured was a 272xp and 394xp, the 394xp would have been nice to have but the clutch is going out and it would not pull 32" of bar and chain burried.

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blk05crew

blk05crew

I like 'em green
Joined
Aug 26, 2014
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Eastern WA
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This was load 4 and 5 and there is still a pile of wood on the ground. Saws are 372xp and 390xp both with 28" bars that were not quite long enough. Not pictured was a 272xp and 394xp, the 394xp would have been nice to have but the clutch is going out and it would not pull 32" of bar and chain burried.

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Trees down from the storm Jim? Didn't take out your new 5400? :) Echoshawn showed me a pic, nice saw!
 
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