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Want to Sell Stihl MS241CM NIB and used

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by FLchainsawJoe, Apr 16, 2019.

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  1. FLchainsawJoe

    FLchainsawJoe ArboristSite Guru

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    As the title states one NIB (which took a little convincing at dealer) and one used lightly (4 tanks). I spent a couple weekends with saw and prefer the 346xp. Awesome saw by all means but I prefer grabbing one of my MS200T for limbing and my 346xp/359 for light bucking. Used one with 16” or 18” almost new Stihl bar your choice $475 shipped
    NIB $550 shipped with new 16” bar and chain.
    Scabbard included with either saw.
    Buy both I’ll do a grand shipped and include both bars on used saw!
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    FLchainsawJoe ArboristSite Guru

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    Used one with 18” bar
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    FLchainsawJoe ArboristSite Guru

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    Bump. These are getting harder to find. Here’s an opportunity to pick up a pair.
     
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    FLchainsawJoe ArboristSite Guru

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    Up for sale again. Going to the bay this weekend. Last chance guys.
     
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    Bump. Awesome little saws! It’s a toss up between these and my 346xp. If the 346xp sell I’m keeping these.
     
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    I’m almost in need of a small saw. My trusty cs450 is on it’s 50th tank. Can’t be long now.
    Now that these have been here a month +, would you consider adjusting your price?
    My dealer has a nib for $529 (plus tax).
    You’re used one would suit me but it’s gotta make more $ense.
    Ready to sell em?
     
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    chipper1 Living Life to the Full

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    Is that really all those last o_O.
     
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    andy at clover Woods!

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    Well.... one can hope :D

    53 true-fuel cans.... that's what it's seen. So more than than 50 tanks (more like 150).
    It's actually been one of the best tools I've owned all in. 4th pull cold every-time and very quiet stock.
    OTOH... The damn chain tensioner has broken 3 times and it's not cheap to replace like the Stihl ones.
    Seems to be loosing compression now. I'll not repair it when it stops running.

    I have 3 saws in 3 different sizes for different tasks.
    Would like an autotune saw in this class as it's what I use most.
    Cheers
     
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    I get that lol.
    Still doesn't seem like many hrs, I have saws with way more than that on them, and I don't put the hrs on them like many guys do.
    I'd remove the tensioner completely, pull the bar out and tighten the nuts, why are they breaking.
    Did you check the compression, it's a Japanese saw, most will last a lot longer.
    Everyone should have three saws for different duties, I do ;).
    If you want a good little saw for 14-16" that sips fuel and just keeps on cutting grab this one up, if you want a 16-18" saw that has a great track record then grab one of Joe's 346's up.
    I like the 40-50cc class, it's good to have at least 3 saws in each class for different duties and all :).
     
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    andy at clover Woods!

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    Thanks!
    Oh I'd love to add another Husqvarna and those 346's look sweet.
    Orange Dealer support is short around here.
    Conversely , we live 5 mins from one of the best Stihl dealers/shops in Western Wa.
    Gotta go with that advantage.
     
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    There you go, 241 is the winner for you.
    But you could get one of the 346's and the 241 and you would be all set for the three 40-50cc saw range for a while.
     
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    I am interested in one of these saws, I sent you a message...
     
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    can you get me a price on shipping one saw to australia via USPS?
     
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