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Huztl FarmerTec 070 Build Thread with upgrade info and completed saw

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Bedford T, Apr 6, 2017.

  1. Bedford T

    Bedford T the1chainsawguy

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    Just look at that clutch

    http://www.huztl.net/Free-Shipping-...patible-With-STIHL-070-Chain-Saw-p435087.html

    I am going to go ahead and start this thread. The kits are expected to be ready no later than 1st part of May and then a little more time to get them to our door. They have a huge trade show there the middle of this month and they have been busy or it would have been out. You can buy the prebuilt if you want its ready to go.

    I would like to present an idea to those that would never consider a big saw, now is the time. We have an amazing milling section here. But the ultimate chainsaw is almost at our fingertips . When we get the saw kits we could order a 090 66mm jug kit QG09066 (does not show on website yet) and update the clutch to the 6 shoe clutch 1109 160 2200 and there is a thread currently on that clutch. http://www.arboristsite.com/community/threads/stihl-090-6-shoe-clutches.307878/.

    this kit would become the basis for a real monster 137cc saw. its a huge saw anyway but put the 090 goodies on it and bam. It would be great if a bunch of people bought the kits and we figured out how to do the conversion which is doable. Guessing here...If the 090 clutch is 150 and the jug kit is 60 and the kit is lets guess 230. 440$

    Its turns around 8000rpm so its a grumbler. we are used to dirt bikes this will be more like a tree Harley. and when they come out with the drills and winches and if you can have this saw to mount them to, wow, another use for it. pulling cars out of ditches or moving hay up in the loft is what you could tell the wife.

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  2. TimTaylor

    TimTaylor ArboristSite Operative

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    Count me in. I have spent some time looking for an 090 to go on the mil instead of the 076. And building a new one will me very cool

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    Good thread! I noticed the pre built one the other day I'm thinking about getting one just to pull it apart and then rebuild with the 090 goodies the PDF workshop and parts manuals for the 090 are readily available.


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  4. Bedford T

    Bedford T the1chainsawguy

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    good times
     
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    where is the price on that 6 shoe clutch??? stihl thinks they are gold!!!!!!!!
     
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  6. Bedford T

    Bedford T the1chainsawguy

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    I don't know
     
  7. blsnelling

    blsnelling Site Contributor

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    Are you on Huztl payroll?
     
  8. olyman

    olyman Tree Freak

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    why is that important??? I'm sure if hes a seller,, a mod will be notified in half a instant..........
     
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    Why would you do that?
     
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    67L36Driver Tree Freak

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    Pimp he is?
     
  11. olyman

    olyman Tree Freak

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    keep your opinions to yourself...I asked him about the clutch shoes,,and id turn him in??. get real someday.........
     
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  12. Brandon Miller

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    It's about as close to owning an 090 as any of us will ever be. Without selling your left nut to buy an original of course. :chainsaw:
     
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    bulletpruf ADVANCED CAD!

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    In for updates...
     
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    Attitude much? Where did I state any kind of opinion?
     
  15. olyman

    olyman Tree Freak

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    bye brad. get someone else banned...
     
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    You must have me confused with someone else.
     
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    Looks like they just put it on sale
     
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    bulletpruf ADVANCED CAD!

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    What a strange direction this thread is taking. My English isn't perfect, maybe that's were I got lost. Somebody asks if an other poster is affiliated with a brand. The answer can be yes, no, somewhere in between, or non of your business. But suddenly it turns all personal to the one asking the question. Maybe something from the past, but it is distracting for all who want to know how this "builing a cool and cheap milling beast" topic is going to unfold.

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