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Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by roostersgt, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. thomas1

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    Isn't that part # for a 10mm 044 cylinder?
     
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    Fixed for truth.
     
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    I don't know. I measured the pin last night and it's definitely 12mm. Maybe he had it in the wrong box? Regardless, I don't believe MS 440 cylinders came without a decomp. None that I've seen anyway. I paid $144 for the kit last week. I have to say, I think I stated I could get them for around that price, at least around the same price as the AM cylinders being pushed. Believe I proved just that.
     
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    No, you said you get them for under $150. You seem to have a hard time remembering what you have written. You got one for that price and you are now complaining that it sucks.

    If you were trying to prove that you have no clue what you are buying, you have done so.

    Excellent work.:msp_thumbsup:
     
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    Oh look, a 200T cylinder kit for $160, no bids and only 32 minutes to close

    New Stihl MS200T Mahle Cylinder Head Jug Piston Rings 40mm MS 200 T 1129 | eBay

    Oh look, a MS362 cylinder kit, 3 available BUP IT NOW PRICE $159.99
    Stihl New MS362 Cylinder Piston Assembly Mahle Cylinder Genuine | eBay

    oH LOOK, ms260 PRO kit for buy it now $149.99
    New Stihl Chainsaw 44 7mm Piston Cylinder 026 MS 260 Pro MS260 1121 020 1215 | eBay

    And about a dozen or so of the new Stihl OEM consumer kits for less than $129. That's just what's out there today.
     
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    Polar guy, I don't like you. My point on the other thread was why would someone buy AM when for the same price, thereabouts, they could find OEM. Split hairs all you like. You've been proven wrong. Even if OEM costs $20 more, you'd be a frickin idiot to go AM. A frickin idiot!
     
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    And your opinion now is OEM suck?
     
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    This one sure looks low quality to me. That's what I'm saying. Hopefully it'll perform. Haven't used a Stihl branded cylinder yet, so don't have an opinion, yet. Thanks for putting up the quote where I stated I could get OEM for $159. Polar guy was wrong again, as usual.
     
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    Why not? I like you, your posts make me laugh and give me a break from reality.

    Where's the hair splitting? You said you can find new, oem cylinders all the time for under $150. How about for a 066? 064? 372? 346? 046?

    It only took you 3 weeks to find a crappy (according to you) 044 cylinder, that had the wrong part number on the box, yet you bought it anyway. You have definitely proven something and I think we can easily see what it is.
     
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    Give him a minute, it will change.
     
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    I'd be very interested to hear how the build goes... AND i do believe that the aftermarkets are catching up very fast and in some cases, OEM is slipping. Just recently had someone tell me the dealer bought and installed aftermarket bearings in his repaired saws and another person say that his dealer recommended aftermarket to him as well.

    Sounds like its time to be an aftermarket dealer...:msp_biggrin:
     
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    No. it took two weeks. Could have gotten a 046 a week ago for $169. I don't have a 046 to build. Notice the above quoted post? States what I told you, $159. At least I'm honest, you're not. I provided my observations on a recent cylinder purchase. I didn't have to. I'm trying to be helpful to other members. The purpose of this post was to show others what I found, that at least one Stihl branded cylinder was a bit "rough", much like some AM cylinders. What's your beef with me? I proved I can get the OEM cylinders I need. If you can't, then buy the AM.

    Ever wonder why you have no credits in your signature, but lots of posts? It's because you offer nothing of value to the forum. You're a troll.
     
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    You may be correct, especially if the new kits come with cylinders as "rough" as this one.
     
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    i think Tom has a new friend :laugh:
     
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    Seems you may not be as honest as you remember? Seems this post was from the first week of February, is that more than two weeks ago?

    That definitely looks like you wrote $150, to me. Was that a typo? Or are you just spreading so much BS you can't keep up with it?

    I bolded it so it was easier for you to see, since you couldn't remember writing it.

    Now I see, you have a hard time comprehending how simple things work. Like the credit system or a calendar. I donate most of my credits to the 4H Club of Greenland, they put them to good use repairing igloos for the cattle.

    :poop:
     
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    Yeah, that;s me. I'm full of $^#$%. Just go away troll. You've nothing to offer here. Go away. Get a job, or something. Ever build a saw, or do you simply like trying to pick fights on the internet? Tough guy! Yeah, right. It's idiots like you who discourage folks from posting their projects and opinions. Please, go away, or at least stop bothering me.
     
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    Name calling and insults don't cut it. If the facts of your argument don't speak for themselves please don't resort to juvenile behavior to make your point.

    State your case, make your argument, and move on.
     
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    Gologit,

    Didn't start this thread to be stalked and called a BS'er. Provided pictures, links etc.... Didn;t intend to be "stalked" on a thread you moderate. Didn;t intend to get into an argument with anyone. Sorry.
     
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    Is this the new "rep" thread? Subscribed.











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