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SOLD!!!! Husqvarna 346xp oe $400

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by Poulan_man85, Jun 6, 2019.

  1. Poulan_man85

    Poulan_man85 ArboristSite Operative

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    Selling a husqvarna 346xp oe it has a brand new oem ne cylinder and piston set installed, new oem intake boot, metal clamp, base gasket delete using loctite 518, and muffler mod performed. Previous owner did not perform clamp upgrade and plastic clamp broke, causing scoring on cylinder, it wasnt bad but did not clean up to my standards so a new top end was installed, this is a very clean low hour saw. It also has a brand new Tsumura 18 inch bar in .325 .050 and new chain. Saw runs and cuts as it should, very strong running. New oem seals were installed when piston and cylinder were replaced, everything was checked, crank bearings nice and tight, vac test was perfect, this saw needs nothing and is ready for work, tuned right now to approx 13k for break in. This is a 2002 model. $400 plus shipping.
     

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    Looks like a 45cc. Is this a 50?
     
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    Poulan_man85 ArboristSite Operative

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    Yes it has a new edition oem 50cc piston and cylinder on it.
     
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    Sorry i really dont even want to part with mine but i have quite a few saws and cannot hold onto all of them, sounds to me like you need to get familiar and handy with working on saws, you probably have a bad radial seal or crank seal on the saw causing an air leak, not a hard fix, do your research, get educated and get it fixed, its not hard, a new piston and cylinder can be had for under $100 for that saw, best of luck.
     
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    Was wondering when I would start seeing your posts on here. Seen all your saws on the BookFace Marketplace. Nice stuff. GAWD DANGIT....Now I gotta really make sure to pay attention b\c I'll be in competition with nice, fine fellows from here.
     
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    Bump still available
     

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