Riff Raff Fart Knocker from other Forum's.
- Feb 17, 2011
- Spanish Fork, Utah
Are you competing with Shane for Biggest Douchebag on AS?I would say someone is a few hours early.
Unless the saw has a ground up rebuild then there is still a good possibility the strong top end will punch out the big end on the crank. It will usually happen in the first day. A couple tanks is not enough run time. I have experienced, seen and heard it happen many times. A builder can't warrantee what looks to be good and didn't hold up. The saw has a lot of indicatiors of high hours. Good for someone with other 372 for a swap over on a newer bottom end. I'm not trying to offend the OP or buyer, I'm just sharing experience. The saw have its worth no doubt.