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SOLD!!!! Zoo City Sawz 372XP-W

Jon1212

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I have had this saw for over two years, and it has always been a flawless performer. Unfortunately, I have let my CAD get out of control recently, which has necessitated the selling off of a few of the more popular models I own.
Compression is just under 185#, but I am residing at 4700' in elevation. The Sea Level converted number would be 210#.
@TermiteBuffet of Zoo City Sawz did the port work modifications, so he would be able to speak more accurately as to what all has been done.
This is my personal saw as it bares the DH372XP-W (Dirty Hippie) decal.

It has some scrapes, scratches, and one little piece of plastic chipped out of the cover behind the handle brace section, but for a 2004 model it is in really good shape.
$750.00 PHO/ Shipped to the Lower 48 States. 20170127_133959.jpg 20170127_134030.jpg 20170127_134015.jpg 20170127_134047.jpg 20170127_134101.jpg
 
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Looks Salty!!!!

Me likey!

Hate to see that one leave your stable.... but the new owner will be immensely happy I bet
 
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must have pretty low hours on it judging by how good of shape the exterior is yea?
so if its not the 75cc model and I don't see a handle warming switch why is this an XP-W?

is that a stock muffler?
 
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must have pretty low hours on it judging by how good of shape the exterior is yea?
so if its not the 75cc model and I don't see a handle warming switch why is this an XP-W?

is that a stock muffler?
Correct me if I'm wrong I believe w means full wrap and h is for heated


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Correct me if I'm wrong I believe w means full wrap and h is for heated


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ah yes, that W must be because it's full wrap, of course haha my bad. as for heated they put a G on it, not sure how that relates to heated grips but the XPG is heated
 
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must have pretty low hours on it judging by how good of shape the exterior is yea?
so if its not the 75cc model and I don't see a handle warming switch why is this an XP-W?

is that a stock muffler?
The muffler used to be "stock"......
Correct me if I'm wrong I believe w means full wrap and h is for heated


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Yes. W is the designation used for a full wrap, and larger dawgs.
 
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This was stuff I cut this last year with the ZCS 372 with Xtra Potatoes.....you can see the saw in the backgroud, and it's wearing a 28". This was at about 8000' in elevation.
 
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