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cuinrearview

cuinrearview

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Good running and cutting 361. New OEM fuel and impulse lines, carb kit, and meteor piston. The OEM piston is included and still is in good shape. I gutted the muffler and added a second port. This saw pops on two pulls cold every time I've used it. Pictures are some 20" red oak and hickory I've been cutting with it. It handled it easily. I'm looking for $425 for the powerhead. 20200215_151214.jpg 20200215_151224.jpg 20200313_165317.jpg 20200313_165541.jpg 20200327_170243.jpg 20200322_150958.jpg
 
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You need a 6100 Tim! :innocent:
I have never ran one of these how do they compare?
I've wondered myself and that's why I ran this more than I do most that I build. The AV is smooth for a Stihl. Easy starts and very nice power. I flipped it around on some ash on the first tank. It handles well. I never got it into a bucking cut that I wanted more power. It didn't clear noodles as well as other 60s I've ran. I never noodled with a 6100. It's lighter and easier to handle but most are. Nothing matches the power of the 6100 but I'll give up a little for the lighter 562. This saw is right there with all of them. You know me I like my three series red and orange saws.
 
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What are you using to weld on the deflector? Mig, Tig, braze?
Looks really good..
Thank you. I do all of the deconstruction and modification and send it to a friend with much more experience than me to TIG back together. He gets some beer $$ and I get something that looks a hell of a lot better than I would do.
 
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