084 stihl, bars, chains valuation

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I’m finally clearing out more stiff I just don’t use anymore. However, I am open to
input of what it might be worth to sell. What I have is an 084 Stihl magnum with enlarged exhaust cover ports, stack style intake (2 extra filters as shown) the motor has less than 2 hours after Madsens up in Washington went through it about 8 yrs. ago. I run it a couple times a year to keep it loose. No cracks or breaks in the plastic, sprocket cover etc. full wrap pro safety bar is in good shape. Chain break works fine. Saw since new has always had good Fuel mix. Also included is a barely used 36” Stihl bar and chain (063 in 404). Additional long bars included are: Stihl compatible 60” (I believe champion brand) bar with super clean rails, a good tip with two 063 in 404 full skip chisel bit chains that are freshly ground (Both chains were pieced together out of good extra chain I had) last, a Stihl compatible 50” inch Oregon brand .058 (barely used) roller nosed bar that comes with 2 brand new 058 in 404 full Skip chains. Any input is appreciated. Thx!
 

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powere head, you could get $800 maybe more, depends on the right sucker lol. I actually prefer my 084 ot the 088/880 and would run it next to an 881 without complaint.
the 36" bar is about valueless, the 50 and 60" bars could probably fetch 1/2 of new price, and if I didn't spend all my money on skidder tires yesterday I'd make an offer on the 60"
 

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powere head, you could get $800 maybe more, depends on the right sucker lol. I actually prefer my 084 ot the 088/880 and would run it next to an 881 without complaint.
the 36" bar is about valueless, the 50 and 60" bars could probably fetch 1/2 of new price, and if I didn't spend all my money on skidder tires yesterday I'd make an offer on the 60"
Why do you say a 36 inch bar is "about valueless?" Plenty of good uses for 36 inch bars. I use a 36 and 42 on my Chainsaw mills as one use.

All depends on the sawyer's point of view I guess.
 
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Why do you say a 36 inch bar is "about valueless?" Plenty of good uses for 36 inch bars. I use a 36 and 42 on my Chainsaw mills as one use.

All depends on the sawyer's point of view I guess.
big block mount 36" bars are everywhere, and collecting dust, Hell I think I have 2 that will never be used again.
big block saws need big bars, unless you're the kind of guy that insists that hard wood is SOOOOO hard... in which case I suggest you learn to sharpen yer saw.

Anyway, a 36" doesn't ballance well a 42" is a better fit, and if you have a big block saw, nothing stoppping you from running a 9' bar other then a kidney belt and perhaps some time at the gym...
 

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maybe referring to the big mount in that length
got a 14mm 32" cannon, not alot of interest in it
in Stihl numbers, 3002 mount vs 3003?

My 051 and 075 take the larger stihl 3003 ( edited due to typo / should be 3002 mounts. Is that what you in BC would see the 14 mm spec for?
 

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big block mount 36" bars are everywhere, and collecting dust, Hell I think I have 2 that will never be used again.
big block saws need big bars, unless you're the kind of guy that insists that hard wood is SOOOOO hard... in which case I suggest you learn to sharpen yer saw.

Anyway, a 36" doesn't ballance well a 42" is a better fit, and if you have a big block saw, nothing stoppping you from running a 9' bar other then a kidney belt and perhaps some time at the gym...
Gotcha, My " big blocks" and bars are all running Ripping chains and Balance is a non factor since they are also fitted to my Chainsaw mills.

I do also have a pair of bars I use on my MS660 for milling certain woods I don't need the larger saws for. Of course it is also used in the field for non milling jobs too.

Having various tools for the jobs is a big asset. 026, 044 and 660 have their places as do the 51 and 75.
 

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yep
cannon doesnt use stihl's 300x p/n
Thanks, I surmise likely not, but if I mic'd the 3002 and mic'd the Cannon like you mentioned, they might both measure 14 mm? I never bought any Cannon's before. Only have Husq bars, Oregon and Stihl on hand.

Checked out some stuff at Cannon Bars.

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These Cannon bring good money.

Big stihl mount 3/8 063 84 88 etc

That full wrap handle will bring good money too. Folks always asking for them in my chainsaw repair group fb.

I've sold alot of 084 saws and parts over the years. I price to move stuff fast. Not after every nickle.





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These Cannon bring good money.

Big stihl mount 3/8 063 84 88 etc

That full wrap handle will bring good money too. Folks always asking for them in my chainsaw repair group fb.

I've sold alot of 084 saws and parts over the years. I price to move stuff fast. Not after every nickle.





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What part of Ohio?

Born up there and still have family there as well as many ancestors buried between Cleveland and Ravenna on down to Barberton/Norton areas.
 

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Redneck, is that Winter snow pic you doing the sawing?

Sure looks like Ohio cold to me. Coldest I was in up there was likely around 1997-1999 ish out past Lima in Ada. Dang flat out west of Columbus.
 

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Ya it made a nice live edge 1/4 sawn table for the guy. Regardless of gym or genetics, I avoided using the big saws whenever possible in the PNW unless on rare occasion I was in northern Cali double jacking really big wood that demanded a 60,72, or 84” bar. We used to call the big saws with a long bar of 50” or longer a boat anchor. Especially if I was busheling I could cut everything I needed faster definitely in Oregon and Alaska with the 044 at the time or 460 to 066 to 660 variety of saws and a 42” bar. Or Obviously, the equivalent with husky’s if you prefer. But that’s just me.
 

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