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SOLD!!!! Jonsered 2095

sled_22

sled_22

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I'm going to sell my 2095 reluctantly to fund other projects I have going on.
This saw is complete with extras. It took me some time to find an air filter cover and nut so that is not installed currently (see extra parts picture). I fabbed up a velocity stack from S.S. to mount the uni-filter and that's the only way I've ran this saw.
I have not had the top end off this saw, only the muffler since everything looked good. (I can get a current picture soon) It has a 395 brake band in and brake does work.
The major repair for me was the bar studs were jb welded in and came loose when I mounted a bar to it.
I drilled out the holes and installed some ez-lok inserts with red loctite. Then installed the bar studs. They have not moved since doing so.
The cylinder cover is cracked as well left rear as well as a small crack front right by the muffler.

Extra parts include: OEM cylinder that's pretty rough but would be serviceable if needed(as well as china piston). Choke switch, carb adjustment boot, rim sprocket, carb bolts, misc bolts, fuel tank venting components, & av mount.

Looking to get $550 plus the ride paypal F&F or add %3 for G&S.

Saw does start, run and oil as it should. I have videos and willing to facetime/video message live starts and cuts if needed.
Thanks
 

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KarlD

KarlD

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I'm going to keep the saw.
Saw sales are SUPER slow at the moment…I’ve recently made the same decision with an 064 that I have no need for.
Seems like you have almost got to give them away if you want rid.
I don’t know what had suddenly changed?
 
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