1970's Era Husqvarna L77 First Look & Impression

mojo jojo

mojo jojo

ArboristSite Member
Joined
Jun 21, 2020
Messages
51
Location
Slovenia
I have early B77 model, passed down to me by my grandfather. Nothing never changed, still original carb membranes...
I still use it on a regular basis for felling and bucking bigger trees (along with 480CD and Stihl 051AVE)
It is lighter than 480CD and does not feel any less powered (both have the same 77cc jug, piston, crank)
 
Woodslasher

Woodslasher

Make McCulloch Great Again!
Joined
Jan 2, 2019
Messages
2,517
Location
Commiefornia
I've always wanted to port a L77. Had one in box once but never got around the building it.
My brother’s got a complete saw that we think is an L77 he'd sell for $60 + shipping. To the best of my knowledge nothing’s wrong with it, but neither of us have touched it since he bought it as part of a group of Huskies.31381DD3-B64D-489F-80B4-622C2DAF19F3.jpeg8ECDC1A5-8250-4FF2-965D-E0D74EE43A62.jpeg0F69223F-95DD-4C5D-A7CD-4E1200FB3C64.jpegF04C5E86-FD78-408F-8257-A120B3DC0D63.jpegDED15C46-487D-41F4-B8EA-EC2FBC16AAEE.jpeg
 
old guy

old guy

Addicted to ArboristSite
Joined
Oct 23, 2008
Messages
1,748
Location
Becker Mn
The recoil is what didn't look rite to me, among other things, but then my recoil has been apoxied in the front. Also that top cover looks like maybe an L65 cover that was cut to let the L77 plug through. I'll have to look at mine tomorrow.
Edit
I just looked at a pic of a 380, yer rite, it ain't that.
 
weimedog

weimedog

Addicted to ArboristSite
Joined
Apr 9, 2004
Messages
5,022
Location
Central New York
Figured folks interested would want to know :) I usually give a price including shipping and then there is no question. AND since this is under 100 in total hobby price mode a buck here and there prolly won't matter. :)
 
Top