Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Glockem45, Nov 9, 2015.
You even get a fancy oval sticker for that new shiney saw as well!!
Well I understand my MS461R has been delivered. Time to get home and check it out.
It's a good saw,I'm sure you will enjoy using it.
So I probably know the answer, but is there a Stihl Clamshell case that fits the MS461R model since it has a Wrap Handle ?
Not that I know of....the stihl woodsman case that most dealers carry won't work with that saw.
No sir... Come on let's see some pics!
Where is the thread that explains how to post pics on this website?
Fastest and easiest way is to use Tapatalk on a smart phone.
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You must live in The SouthEastern United States like I do.
The rep said,
"He can just buy the Regular 461 and then buy all those extra items, can't he?"
I **** You Knot.
My Dealer was as aggravated as me.
I've got to call them back tomorrow.
And I'm here using them for footstools here in the northeast...
Not anymore your not....
Here are some teaser pics.
From the bottom of Muh Heart, "I have a potty mouth".
I want to first thank mcobb2. So, today was the day. I am off all week and instead of hunting bucks, I was starting a new past time, NOODLING. I am not sure how wide my smile was supposed to be, but I popped my Cherry on this saw. I will post pics shortly, but I was cutting 25" Red Oak rounds today for about 3 hours, and stacked 3 full pallets of quarters to get them off the ground and airing out, plus have them ready when I want to run the log splitter. I have two 85' tall Red Oak rounds on the ground, and I Noodled about a 3rd of them today in no time.
Two things to get used to. A Yellow chain, and oh yea, a 70cc Saw that pulls you into the round. I am going to call my new saw the "Butter Knife", as it just cuts through these hard Red Oak rounds like nothing. What a superior improvement to Noodling with my MS290 Farm Boss....
That would be akin to being surprised how mush more a single wheel one-tone will drag/pull/haul over a S10 or Ford Rangeer... LMAO.
I had the same awakening when I bought my now departed MS660. I went from an 039 Stihl being my "big" saw to it and Dad and I used the hellout of it until the day it burned up in my ld truck (along with my 346xp, Husky 55 and Stihl 039)... When you go from a good saw to a GREAT saw (or any tool for that matter) it is amazing the difference. It makes one tend to wonder how you got along previous to acquiring it. Congrats again and a whole-hearted YOU SUCK is in order!
It is amazing. I went from 281 to 461, Wow what a saw. Twice as fast
Who me? "What the"?
Glad to hear!!!! Enjoy!
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