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Want to Sell STIHL ms660 with 28 inch bar and chain all OEM rebuild

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by Brandon owenby, Oct 12, 2019.

  1. Brandon owenby

    Brandon owenby Pugsley

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    Screenshot_20191012-174744.png Screenshot_20191012-174740.png Screenshot_20191012-174735.png Screenshot_20191012-174723.png I have a newly rebuilt still ms660 Magnum weather at 28 in Stihl rollomatic bar lightly-used don't even think there's any paint off of it with a chain and excellent condition.
    OEM
    BEARINGS
    INTAKE BOOT
    CARBURETOR KIT
    NOS 660 MAGNUM DECAL PLATE.(AM top cover & AF COVER)
    OEM needle bearings and the clutch and the wristpin.
    OEM still 066 cylinder with decomp was the older version with larger ports and more power (from what I was told and from comparison)
    OEM piston and caber rings.
    I personally powder coated the crankcase starter assembly and clutch cover myself did a very good job if I have to say so myself although I did use a oil-based black enamel to paint on where the factory had the raised stihl decal on the sprocket cover and a couple other places where they had it painted like that as well.
    After assembly I started it all up to begin the breaking process ran phenomenally for, I don't know maybe two or three six foot rows of trees I've been hearing in the yard. Shortly after finishing one of the smaller trees or logs it bogged out. I went to start it back up and I could tell right off the flywheel was just spinning I don't know if the woodruff key was too worn and slid out but either case I pulled the starter assembly off and removed it found that the threads on the crank were slightly bugard up. After a few weeks of waiting on another crank few developments came up at the house where I was living so I wasn't there that much and found out day before yesterday I have a lot of things to clear out of my shop downstairs and didn't have any kind of time to be turn anything down I just have a bunch more to put together so I recheck threads and they were good enough to rethread and put on the flywheel bolt I put in a new woodruff key install the flywheel tightened down the newly threaded crank shaft nut reassembled it and it started up and runs like a scalded dog. If whoever ends up with it wants it I still will include hey good 660 crank to go with it but as of now there is no need for it. I'm looking to get $950.00 shipt PayPal friends and family otherwise you must pay the 3% tax tour charge for goods and services.
    If anyone wants or needs any more pictures let me know I will be back over there to start picking up some of my tools and other saws later on today
     
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    Brandon owenby Pugsley

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    Bump found out I really need some cash need this thing gone tonight somebody help me out with it Al Brad could tell you how much and how well I went through it cylinder and piston is perfect I'll let it go for 600 and you pay the shipping
     
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    Maybe it's just me but, is this saw running? I'm confused.
     
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    I understand there would be a reason for confusion yes the Saul runs or it was running when the woodruff key sheared off as of now if I had a way to get your flywheel on there tighten it down with the booger it up threads on the crankshaft yes it would run like a brand new one because it is practically brand new or rebuilt it ran great it's just the woodruff key sheared or was wore out too much and I don't know if maybe that was the reason why the crankshaft threads or boogerd or what
     
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    1000$ shipped
     
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    Sure
     
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    But that got me thinking earlier when that guy asked me if it ran and it does so I think I'm going to take an hour off tomorrow and rethread the crank that's on it put it back on there make sure it's nugs up right and include the other crank with it. It's just stupid I think to sell it for 600 while it runs like a new one and practically is. So no longer selling for $600 hopefully we'll have it back up running with you a video tomorrow for about $875 to $1000
     
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    We're trapped in the matrix.
     

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