Feels good to be part of the chain lol
You're welcome sir, always my pleasure dealing with you gentleman'sMr Robin, thanks for offering your services !
Which would you recommend to be more reliable ie: less breakdowns, hot/cold start issues, ignition coils going bad sooner then later, carb issues etc...esp in hot/humid climates.... IE: the AK or Toyota Camry/Bluebird in reliability-you get the drift
MS720 or the 1201 by Echo ? All stock, just for comparison sake. I would believe the aftermarket parts and oem parts be more in quantity for the 070/MS720 series correct? Thanks for advice.
Medium size logging crews run 365/372xp,288xp,385xp or ms381/382Also more questions: what are more popular there for logging/felling/forest use, and with that higher reliability in use (without the breakdowns, hot/cold start issues, filtration, etc..), and since these are similar in cm ranges:
MS 382 or MS 461 ?
I know the price is higher on the 461 with a little more cm's out of it...
Thks sir for the detailed replies, very informative. Long time ago learned (the hard way) having the newest/fastest/most advanced etc... isnt necessary the best option. The AK/Camry/Bluebird/Hilux/Land Cruiser approach I like better. Heat/humidity/mositure, dirty/sandy wood is a no-bueno for the hot rod M-Tronic crap, and that's probably reason why maybe not sold there? Either way, I like the KISS approach, less things to go wrong.
It appears that the Echo/kioritz people made a 070 (2.0 version) with their big saw-1201....the gas/oil caps appears 'newer style', and like you said more AV mounts, rubber or spring or both?..... Since you all have access to the real-deal 070 and 1201, I wonder if chinese 070 copies are prevelent over there? And if so, how do they hold up? And if parts supply is the same, and could only own one, which would you choose, the 070 or 1201 ? ...thanks
Nj204 roller bearing on the pto side
Turns this beast into indestructible monster lol
Stock carb is HS266A for tilly, that A could actually mean governor. I tried HS266 carb from husky 61,266,268,272 series and it revs way harder. Close to leaning out until it hits what feels like a coil limiter, had fun tinkering with this saw
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Yes it is the same type/size as 166 pto bearing, HS266 and HS266A share the same venturi size. Not too sure about jet size, but HS266A is governed i think.Looks like the same bearing in a 166 on pto side. I would think the HS266 carb would be to small?