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Want to Sell Jonsered 2166 R4 Yes It's For Sale

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by chipper1, Jan 6, 2020.

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    I have another 2166 here that has the "R" on the tank for refurbished. It has had the transfers ground making it perform just like the 2172/372. The squish has also been set at .020", which will make it a run a bit better than a 2172/372, the saw was run after the mods were done and is running well.
    It has a few scratches/chips from being handled/shipped on the handle bottom that can be seen in the picture of the bottom. The clutch cover has a crack on the back that I will post pictures of.
    I can sell PHO for $500, or $550 with a 24" jonsered labeled Oregon replaceable tip bar and chain, both prices are before shipping.
    Pictures coming shortly.
    Thanks for looking Brett.
     
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    Here you go guys.
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    Here's a couple pictures of the crack in the clutch cover, I had to put some pressure on it to get it to flex so it would show up in the pictures well.
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    Nice saw Brett! GLWS
     
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    saws on the counter I love it looks like a very nice unit happy new year to all
     
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    Nice saw Brett! My buddy is loving the one you sold him! He actually threw it on a mill and slabbed some Maple last weekend!
     
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    Thanks Dan.
    That looked real nice too, I look forward to seeing what he does with it.
     

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    Thanks Nate.
     
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    Happy New year to you as well chap.
     
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    Nice, are you the new kitchen Jonsered dealer? GLWS
     
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    Yes, but inventory is running low, I think I have this one and one other stock one left right now.
    I'll be listing a 2145 with a ported AM 346 P&C soon(the 2145 is sold). Fun saw, I've had it for a few yrs now so...
    Rakers could be taken down a little more, 325 full chisel chain with the safety/anti-vib ramps.
     
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    Nice saw, but I see dust coming off that chain. :buttkick:And where is your pp gear at? :drinkingcoffee:
     
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    Pretty sure it ain't gonna get much sharper without loosing durability in frozen wood, it is black locus ;). Whoever buys it can set a chain up for their needs :D.
    I got glasses on :cool:.
    Is this better :laugh:.
     
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    At least he has pants on this time:surprised3::laugh:
     
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    Thought I saw you shopping at Walmart in those yesterday! :laughing:
     
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    Yes I do:laughing:.
     
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    You certainly have the wrong guy, my wife does the shopping (we don't support china/Wally World, I know some have little as far as options go though :cry:), now stop projecting:buttkick:.
     
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    Found a sharp chain downstairs for you buddy :D.
     
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    I think brett heats his house 100% black locust cookies


    Sent while firmly grasping my redline lubed RAM
     
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    Nice, but you also found a different saw. Believe I have seen that before.:yes:
     
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