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"You Suck" Thread 2018--Pics required!

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by dynodave, Jan 1, 2018.

  1. president

    president Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I had one,and they were built as well as the 61 and considered to be a great runner
    and mucho power for the smaller sized platform
     
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  2. Colt Marlington

    Colt Marlington ArboristSite Guru

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    Just AI it. Always thought a 257AI would be a sweet rig.

    Oh.......and you suck!
     
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    AI?
     
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    rich450es you can't fix stupid

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    Man I never put the story behind this in here I just put the picture up LOL. So this saw is a 2013 461 that has less than 5 hours on it but I bought it in a box. The person bought the saw and tried to take the clip off the clutch to change the sprocket and instead of pulling the eclipse off he used a screwdriver and pride up on it and broke the crankshaft. I was the one that took the saw apart in 2013 when I worked at the place that sold a saw. The gentleman wouldn't pay for a new crankshaft and they weren't going to warranty it so it's at under a workbench until a few weeks ago when I bought it for $150. I had a good crank laying around from a old 461 that was run over. Put all new seals , gaskets, and all new rubber lines. I'm into it for about $350 with the new bar and chain ..... I love this saw
     
  5. John Lyngdal

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    "The person bought the saw and tried to take the clip off the clutch to change the sprocket and instead of pulling the eclipse off he used a screwdriver and pride up on it and broke the crankshaft."
    This reminded me of the saying "When some people have a hammer, everything looks like a nail."
    To have the original owner treat a $1000+ saw like that is mind numbing.
     
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    Air Injection maybe?
     
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    Arrived home to this guy in a box. Bought it sight unseen from a seller who knew nothing about it, it had been his father in laws. The muffler was off so I was a bit worried, but she lives just fine. Going to need crank seals, which I have.
    Not bad for $183.50 shipped[​IMG][​IMG]
     
  8. flyinfinn

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    Very nice! With that serial number, it almost certainly has the sought after KS cylinder and 87 carb.
     
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    Has the 87, cylinder is a Malhe with decomp. I suspect changed out at a dealer as the decomp plug is definitely Husky, very familiar from my time wrenching at a dealer.
     
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    82F100SWB ArboristSite Operative

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    Something makes me think it doesn't have that much time on it.[​IMG]
     
  11. huskydude

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    1984 Partner 5000 plus with the original bar. I don't think it was run enough to even break it in. Machine marks still on the piston. IMG_20181121_165214.jpg IMG_20181121_182248.jpg IMG_20181121_183816.jpg IMG_20181122_093845.jpg IMG_20181122_174519.jpg IMG_20181122_174536.jpg IMG_20181122_174547.jpg
     
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    image.jpg image.jpg 181 SE
    I've replaced the clutch cover just to get one with a break.
    160 psi, starts from cold on 4th or 5th pull
    CL, $75, with bar and chain.
     
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    Got these for the price of a flat of beer here.
    TS400 MS461, the saw runs great, has a broken ear on the case for the dawg has 165 comp.
    Havent got into the TS400 but it pulls over.
    MS461.jpg
    Was a cl ad with no pics,,had to beg for them.
     
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    great find Bob,if the brake flag is the same as a 044 I have one for you
    at a double suck price!(free)
     
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    Not sure if they are the same,,thanks
    And I have one corralled already.
    Now if the guy with the $75 346 would just get back to me!!
     
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    $125 haul 2 044s and a 025 one of the 044s needs a handle and muffler.
     

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    WHAT? Damn you suck!
     
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    Lol i was stoked i never get good deals here is a couple more pics
     

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    Picked up this Husky 50 literally for free. It was in 100 pieces, in a box with random other Husky parts. Spent the last few months tinkering and putting things back together. Also utilized the jug for my first real porting attempt.. Didnt go wild, just widened the intake and exhaust ports and cleaned up the transfers. Spent more time smoothing out the surfaces, removing cast Mark's and polishing the daylights out of everything.. Went through quite a few dremel stones, and spent countless hours with needle files and fine grit sandpaper. Kept timing the same, removed base gasket, removed muffler baffle and added 2 more forward spacing slots on the left side of muffler. $12 for a carb kit, $2 for a plug and a few hours porting and tuning has turned this into a nasty little machine. Sounds wicked too!!!!!
     

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