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20191012_202557.jpg Here is a really nice homelite 360 professional. Have not tried to start this saw as of yet might tomorrow. Has spark and 140psi. Really nice vintage collectable saw. I'm asking $250 shipped in the states. PayPal gns works and I generally ship saw FedEx.

Update in this saw. Got to work on the saw today. It started right up after a couple pulls and ran and idled as it should. So I'd say the carb boot and fuel line or lines on this saw are good or had already been replaced before I got the saw.

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View attachment 765428 Here is a really nice homelite 360 professional. Have not tried to start this saw as of yet might tomorrow. Has spark and 140psi. Really nice vintage collectable saw. I'm asking $250 shipped in the states. PayPal gns works and I generally ship saw FedEx.
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If it’s been sitting, the carb boot and fuel lines need replaced, but it looks like a low hr saw.
 
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If it’s been sitting, the carb boot and fuel lines need replaced, but it looks like a low hr saw.
It might have been sitting for a short the guy used it every once in awhile. The guy drained the gas and oil before letting it sit. I did read the article on here about the carb boot and gas lines though. How would one know if the boot is bad?
 
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It might have been sitting for a short the guy used it every once in awhile. The guy drained the gas and oil before letting it sit. I did read the article on here about the carb boot and gas lines though. How would one know if the boot is bad?
How it runs would be a clue, hard starting, high idle , unable to tune are all symptoms.
 
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