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oakmadrone

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I just got a 390xp, and I love it. Was looking to put on a full wrap (bought online) but on the bottom there isn't the other hole on the bottom on the clutch cover side where the full wrap side screws in. Has anyone ever seen that? Or do the full wraps for this saw use the same two holes on the bottom. Anyone got a picture of the bottom with a full wrap?
 
Husky Man

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I made the purchase anyway. Looks like some saws are just different.

Was it an OEM wrap, or AM?

I put OEM wraps on my 390XP and 395XP, they both went on without any trouble.

I’m a truck driver, and won’t be until at least Wednesday, if no one else answers your question before I get home, I will try to get a picture of my 390XP

I have a full wrap on the bench waiting to go on my 562XP, I don’t anticipate any problems with it, the full wrap for the 3120XP seems to be made out of “Unobtainium”, and is practically Impossible to find

Good Luck in finding your answer

Doug
 
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I just got a 390xp, and I love it. Was looking to put on a full wrap (bought online) but on the bottom there isn't the other hole on the bottom on the clutch cover side where the full wrap side screws in. Has anyone ever seen that? Or do the full wraps for this saw use the same two holes on the bottom. Anyone got a picture of the bottom with a full wrap?

I can get you a picture tomorrow of a factory wrap mounted and of the bottom of factory wrap saw that doesn’t have the bars mounted.


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