Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by buttercup, Dec 12, 2019.
That's it, ban until you return with pics
Welcome to AS David.
I like the 365oe and the 361 .
Want to sell the 365, I need something to take some pictures of .
I like that, very nice!
Don't sell him your 365 David. He's probably bought and sold half of the 365's in the state of Michigan as it is.
Watch it, I resemble that remark, but I do still have a few of them, so I've bought more than I've sold .
There it is .
Whoa! Wrapped. … Nice!
Thanks fellas. It's pretty dirty but it runs great. I think I'm just gonna roll with it through the cold weather, see how much I like the heat, then tear it down to deep clean once spring hits and maybe send it out.
Built by a member on the forbidden forum and recently massaged by a feller in Wisconsin...
She'll throw some chips.
Pretty sure he's a member here too.
Great runners for sure, and after he had his hands in it I'm sure it screams.
Semi-new (updated) and new topless rebuild.
Am I allowed back in the club now?
I bow down to you delivering. Nice made in Canada 32" bar, bet it has no problem pulling it.
Extra points for the cajones to run a 100cc saw with no chain brake?
60cc really is a great firewood saw. I have a 24” and a 20” which fit most of my needs. I took it to work a few weeks ago because we needed an extra saw or 2 for logging. I ran a 28” bar and full comp chain that is normally on our 390xp. The 390 was running a 32” that day. While my 562 does not have the authority of the 390, it will run the 28 and it’s a lot lighter to carry around all day. My saw is stock and this was white oak and the bar was buried, I was quite impressed.
I think it's the perfect all around saw.
Were you running full or skip on the 28. It probably works out about the same power to inch ratio as running a 455 husky with a 20 and they cut just fine if your not in a hurry.
Full house on the 28. I will probably be buying a 28 of my own for it, but I’m going to run a skip chain. With the full house, it was certainly not fast, but did the job. I can’t convince the powers that be to buy skip chains at work, but the 390 running the the 32” could really benefit from it IMHO...
I must be a glutton for punishment... i picked up another Mini-Mac style McCulloch last night, a Super Pro 40. Guy was asking $30 but since it wasn't running and i wasn't able to confirm a spark i offered no more than $20 and he took it with some hesitation. He was a nice older gentleman, i didn't intend to beat him up the price but without seeing a spark it could mean needing a coil.
- Have not had a chance to try to get it to fire yet, but the saw appears in good shape and mostly all there, minus the manual oiler lever (i have an extra one luckily)
- It's physically a bit larger than a Mini-Mac, although appears very similar in construction
- Mostly metal construction, including the handle which suprised me, it's not a light saw
- Obviously recoil needs attention, feels like either a busted spring or spring is not preloaded correctly
- Good compression! was able to shine a light into the sparkplug hole and all looked good
- leaks a little gas, will have to inspect tank / fuel line / carb
- Appears to be 1/4 chain, is that what these came with?
- Observant people might notice something else strange about the pictures below, next to my clean MM25 for comparison.
Cool new saw, congrats.
I see its the special edition, the one with reverse .
Is this one gonna read even more dangerouser in your signature .
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