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Picked up a 2100 for $40 Canadian pesos

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by farmguywithasaw, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. farmguywithasaw

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    Runs when you tickle the carb. 404 chain
     

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    TheBrushSlasher I have chainsaws and chainsaw accessories.

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    You suck!

    That thing looks well cared for.
     
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    That deserves a , you suck!!!

    Let know how it runs
     
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    $40 Canadian, isn’t that like $200 US? Just yanking yer chain, great score. There’s a post from day before yesterday where someone is selling good aftermarket cylinders made in Italy, price was $129 US, a steal on a no longer available part.:cool:
     
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    Compression feels monstrous so fingers crossed it is fine I will borescope it tomorrow
     
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    grizz55chev Tree Freak

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    Pull the muffler, ain’t that hard.
     
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    Good for you. Keep the Husqvarna 2100 100 cc tradition alive. These older saws need good homes.
     
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    Neither is putting my borescope in the big hole in the muffler or spark plug hole lol
     
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    I think with everyone buying up 2100’s we need a Husqvarna 2100 club sticky??
     
  10. farmguywithasaw

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    I was thinking it’s should be a 2100 starter side view with the arm and hammer logo but instead of a hammer he has the pull cord in his hands
     
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    These are awesome saws to me. My project ported 2100 is almost ready to fire in the hole. New rings and piston it has a lot of compression.

    My cheapest 2100 was $75 missing parts.
     
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    Well that one is missing the air box cover. Just an excuse to use a velocity stack with a pod filter!
     
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    You suck for sure!!

    That beats my Olympyk Oleo-mac 999f for $50 that I picked up couple a weeks ago.
     

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