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Huskybill

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I have a few Clinton panther 2.5 hp two stroke engines and some REO two cycle engines from old reel mowers. How many cc are they? In the 60’s my dart rupp go kart had the 2.5 Clinton engine.
 
Woodslasher

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How's that compared to some of the other big saws you have?
I only ran it briefly, and in 10-12 inch pine, but that thing never slowed. I'll hold off judgement until I bury the whole bar but so far I'm really impressed with it. One day I'll have to pull out my 298, 045 Super, and maybe my brother's 395 and have a cut-off.
Nice toaster.
I think you mistook my saw for one of these: Now this is a (recycled) toaster!
https://chainsawyer.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/farmertec-holzfforma-g660-ms660-ms460-ms440-070-090-066-046-044-chainsaw-92cc.jpg
 
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I only ran it briefly, and in 10-12 inch pine, but that thing never slowed. I'll hold off judgement until I bury the whole bar but so far I'm really impressed with it. One day I'll have to pull out my 298, 045 Super, and maybe my brother's 395 and have a cut-off.

I think you mistook my saw for one of these: Now this is a (recycled) toaster!
https://chainsawyer.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/farmertec-holzfforma-g660-ms660-ms460-ms440-070-090-066-046-044-chainsaw-92cc.jpg
Na, the common nickname for those p100's and Mac 1000's is toaster because of their shape.

395 for the win followed by the 298, then the others depending on bar length.
 
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Na, the common nickname for those p100's and Mac 1000's is toaster because of their shape.

395 for the win followed by the 298, then the others depending on bar length.
Yeah, they’re not the most aesthetically pleasing saws in the shed. As for the contest, all 36 inch bars, dog ‘em in and heave ho!
 
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I was digging through my old saw guys pile, it's getting smaller every week, and thought I might have found another 6 cube. Big Homelite, and all I could read on it was a single O and a "G". I was hopping it was a 900 or 990, turned out to be a lowly 770G. Missed by 5 CC's. By the time I get the piston freed up, it might gain 5 CC's.
 

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Working on what I think is a Stihl 075, no serial # stamp that I can find tag is missing on top. It has 10 stamped in 2 spots on clutch side of case.
Any info would be appreciated. IMG_3138.JPG IMG_3140.JPG IMG_3141.JPG
 
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Nice one. Serial is usually stamped into the top front of the case on the PTO side..., probably beside or in front of those hand guard bosses (or maybe next to the dog). The 1111's went through lots of changes between the 050 and the 076, but the serial should still be somewhere in that area. This is my early 051.

1111 Serial Location.jpg
 
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