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Want to Sell Misc bars

Woodslasher

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Up for sale are a handful of misc bars. They are, from left to right, a 42 inch old Homelite? hardnose bar (sold), a new Oregon Stihl mount bar with less than a dozen cuts on it (gone), a near-new freshly dressed 25 inch Stihl bar with a seized tip, an 18 inch hard nose Oregon, three hard nose Homelite super ez bars, two large Homelite? bars, one with a used but not used up 1/2 inch chain to go with it, a 20 inch Homelite bar that was modified to fit 3003 mount Stihls, an old Stihl 3003 mount Oregon bar, and a 32 inch McCulloch Mac 10 hardnose bar (gone). All of the 20 inch and up bars are each $30 + shipping. The smaller bars’ prices are $20 for the 18 inch Oregon and the little Homelite bars are $30 for all three.
 

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Woodslasher

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Well, it looks like I’m gonna pull the tip off of the 36 inch Homelite bar and scrap the body. It has an inch long crack by the tip. How it was used so little but so thoroughly destroyed is beyond me.
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Still have the stihl 25 inch bar with the sized tip? Also interested in the oregon Stihl bar and any other stihl bar's if so what size? Any chains also need a couple husqvarna bars
 
Woodslasher

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Still have the stihl 25 inch bar with the sized tip? Also interested in the Oregon Stihl bar and any other stihl bar's if so what size? Any chains also need a couple Husqvarna bars
Yeah, I’ve still got the 25 with the seized tip, but I‘ve removed and chucked the tip. The 20 inch Oregon Stihl-mount bar is still available, and I also have a 28 inch Stihl bar with a new tip I’d sell, I’ll get pics of it tomorrow. What size/mount for the Husky bars? I’ve got a 28 inch D009 mount Oregon bar I’d get rid of, as for chains, what gauge, pitch, and length do you need?
 

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Well I have a 044 & a ms 460 magnum pro and am expecting a ms362 any day now. I have 3 550xps but seeing how expensive the tanks and sprocket covers are I believe that I'll just keep the one that all I'm lacking is a socket cover and carb kit. I hate it because of the crankcase and cylinders are in such excellent condition but what can you do. Does I'd like a 20-22 for the 550xp, the 25 for the 440 assuming it's 3/8 pitch, the 460 I'd like to have another 24- 26 inch but if the 28 is the only other one that you have larger than a 20 I'd like to know the price on it, and on the 362 i have on the way something around a 22" would be awesome but let me know what you have. Also if you have a 28-30 for a 288xp could you please let me know what it would run or the closest you can get to that size. All should be a 3/8 pitch preferably .50 or .58 but I'm a little flexible. As far as the chains go full chisel and I'd need one for each I decided to purchase.
Thank you for your time I'll be looking for your message
 
Woodslasher

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Well I have a 044 & a ms 460 magnum pro and am expecting a ms362 any day now. I have 3 550xps but seeing how expensive the tanks and sprocket covers are I believe that I'll just keep the one that all I'm lacking is a socket cover and carb kit. I hate it because of the crankcase and cylinders are in such excellent condition but what can you do. Does I'd like a 20-22 for the 550xp, the 25 for the 440 assuming it's 3/8 pitch, the 460 I'd like to have another 24- 26 inch but if the 28 is the only other one that you have larger than a 20 I'd like to know the price on it, and on the 362 i have on the way something around a 22" would be awesome but let me know what you have. Also if you have a 28-30 for a 288xp could you please let me know what it would run or the closest you can get to that size. All should be a 3/8 pitch preferably .50 or .58 but I'm a little flexible. As far as the chains go full chisel and I'd need one for each I decided to purchase.
Thank you for your time I'll be looking for your message
I'll go through my bars and chains this afternoon and get back to you with pics of what I've got.
 
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