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SOLD!!!! For sale or trade Stihl 441 cm r

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  1. Logger nate

    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    2017 Stihl 441cm r, has HO oiler, stiffer av springs, large discharge clutch cover, large dual dogs. Very little use, probably less than 10 tanks. Only ran Stihl canned fuel and Baileys full synthetic oil with non ethanol gas. Very nice saw, smooth, good air filtration, just don’t care for the feel of it and prefer huskys. Bought it to mostly run 32” bar and with Stihls handle spacing it feels nose heavy to me. Would like $700, will pay half of shipping. Or would consider trading for a nice 372, 576, 390, or dolmar 7910, prefer full wrap handle. Only newer all original saws, no repaired or rebuilt saws please. If your saw is worth more I’ll throw in some $. F1F23527-E13E-4114-98B7-BCB5DBEBC5AF.jpeg 18FE10AF-8952-4BA6-BC7C-0364DFA5BF1F.jpeg 8783828F-AABF-4F1A-A5E1-109D72745EF4.jpeg 3AE51CC4-0B91-456C-B7DB-29F2309848A3.jpeg A0D6C910-E6CA-492E-9C18-848DF79698D4.jpeg 46F4B76D-CB68-4E64-AAFB-EAC0A7101B08.jpeg
     
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    Looks great Nate. Smoothest Stihl I've ran.
    For those who don't know Nate, he's a great guy to deal with.
    GLWS buddy.
     
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    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    Thanks Brett!
     
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    Nice saw Nate! I too had one of them and it was very smooth. Sorta wish I kept it.

    Any interest in a ms361 and some cash?? My 361 is box stock and has 5 tanks on it. It is perfect and no scratches.
     
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    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    Thanks! Yeah I have a 562 that I really like so I don’t really have much use for 361, thanks anyway, besides that it’s a stihl;).
     
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    just finish the dishes I here you wife in the background
     
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    Nice saw!
     
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    Interested in a ms271 as a trade plus some boot ? 271 was boUght new in 2014 and has about 14 tanks through it
     
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    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    Thanks!
     
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    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    No thanks.
     
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    Any interest in a jred 2172 w heated handle? (no wrap handle) Excellent shape.
     
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    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    Probably not at this time, not really what I’m looking for but I will keep it in mind, thank you for the offer.
     
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    That’s a great deal! I’d take it in a heartbeat if I weren’t set on waiting for the 462
     
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    No worries, thanks.
     
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    I'd like to buy it. Sent you a PM.
     
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    That 462 will blow your mind, ijs.
     
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    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    Reply sent.
     
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    You probably already know this but a 32 will be nose heavy on any modern 70cc saw regardless of brand. 395 or 660 territory if you want it to be balanced.
     
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    Logger nate ArboristSite Guru

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    I run a light weight 32” on my ported 562 some times;).
    I understand what your saying and is generally true. The front and rear handles on Sthil saws are closer together than husky, dolmar is even further apart, to me they don’t feel as nose heavy with longer bars.
     
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    I run a 32 on a ported 660 and it makes me sick every single time.

    :)

    If you set that saw on the bench does it tilt on the nose of the bar? That's what I call nose heavy.

    I get what you're saying though, you feel you have more leverage to counteract it.
     
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