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SOLD!!!! Jonsered 2166 "R" Version

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by chipper1, Nov 17, 2019.

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    I have a 2166 here that has the "R" on the tank for refurbished. I looked it over pretty good and I don't see any evidence that it's been ran before, it does have a few scratches from being handled/shipped.
    I can sell the powerhead only for $450 or with a 24" jonsered labeled Oregon replaceable tip bar and chain for $500, both prices are before shipping.
    Pictures coming shortly.
    Thanks for looking Brett.
     
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    Here's a few pictures.
    You can see the scratches on the front lower section of the handlebar and the bottom as well as the ones on the clutch cover.
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    Here's the bar & chain and some better pictures of the scratches.
     

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    Very Nice! Sir.
     
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    Thanks my friend :).
    I've been running the one I sold you the cylinder from with a ported XT cylinder, great running saw.
     
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    Do you have more or those cylinders? They all sailed. Thanks again.
     
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    That was it for now unless I decide to do an oe conversion on one, probably won't happen though since I have a stock 2171 and a mmws2171 with heat :).
    Then again things can change here pretty quick :yes:.
     
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    Nice saws
    I never liked the xts but dj on o p e ported
    Me a 2166 r
    It's a very strong saw now i had a 28" on it in hardwood with a 8 pin.
    Usually run
    24" i have tons of chains.
    Trade you a 8-10 tanks
    only 261 stihl.
    I bought new.
     
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    I have two ported, XT's the 2166 and a 372, they aren't as quick revving as an oe, but they have a ton of torque.
    Thanks for the offer, just shipped a 261 vs2 this week; good saws, just prefer the husky for handling. Which vs is it I'll keep my ears open for someone looking.
     
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    I'm told the newest xpw are the best runner's
    They've ever produced
    Stronger than oe without porting of course.
    They are phasing them out
    I'm told
    Get one if you need one.
     
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    You mean the new xpw cylinders are the best performing?
    I have a conversion saw on an XT chassis; xpw P&C, with all the plastics, carb, full wrap(oe style :)), wide cover, that's stock other than some extra timing :sweet:.
    Cases and the tank are a bit rough, maybe I should swap them out with another set since everything else is almost new.
    Should get it out and run it a bit, been a while.
     

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    That's how I saw it at first when I replaced my 371 with a 365 x-torq, it just didn't have that super cool, lightning fast throttle response. But it didn't take me long to realize the only race that 371 was going to win was the race back to the gas can. Different strokes for different folks I guess, but dollar for dollar, ounce for ounce I'll keep my x-torq. GLWS Brett, new owner is getting a real nice saw for the money.
     
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    Exactly, but they sure are fun with a 20" set-up or a 24 on a modded one.
    Congrats on the new 550, you'll like that.
     
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    Does that fancy bar stand come with the saw?
     
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    what are you looking for xt jug?
     
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    I am good right now, have an oe to sell and one to finish. Trying to beat this chainsaw building addiction thing. Brett, sold me a few nice xt's, just giving him a little crap. Thanks for the reply.
     
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    This is about one half the price of one of the new Stihls 462, 461, 500 and Husky 572. Ya don't need any software and it will do the job just as well.
     
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    And a great seller who you know you are getting a good product from for sure. He finds some cherry used saws
     
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    Thanks guys.
    For the most part everything material a price can be negotiated on.
    I talked to my wife about the bar stand, I was informed her mother gave it to us(family heirloom now) please take that into account when making any offers on it, even though it most likely was bought at a thrift store or a garage sale :laugh:.
     
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    Good lookin saw! Wish I had the cash to add some red to my fleet
     

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