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That's a good deal on a great saw.
Hackberry it is.
It looks like there might be some mullbery on there as well.
10.85lbs if my converting is right. Pic taken by a fellow in Europe I believe. Still has the cheesy plastic handle.
The new edition 261 weighs less than the 550. Just sayin....& stuff.
For a lasting edge yes. I liked to run with a good hook and a taller raker. But I don't mind to sharpen more frequently.
Your 440 will handle a 28" fine. Defiantly get a reduced weight.
Then keep what you got. The only way you'll get faster cut times than 3/8 stihl rs or Oregon lpx is to try a bigger sprocket or go to a square...
The jred should probably come with a self branded .058 gauge Total bar. fwiw
To many shiny rigs here. Lol
I have a jd 850d & a polaris 570 full size. The diesel sure is convenient if you have a bulk tank on the farm & will run forever. But it won't get...
Bet it's a ripper with that setup.
It'll pull 3/8 ok but won't be any faster than .325. I prefer to run .325 on mine mainly because it's smoother limbing. Another option is to set...
That's unfortunate. Return it & get another. It could be a couple of things but you shouldn't have to mess with it.
Your safety chain is Oregon vanguard. Give it a wirl. You might like it...or not....
There great saws. Enjoy!
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Glad you like it. FWIW a 372xt should have a little more torque than a 440. If you want to give your friends saw an easy boost mod the muffler.
So that's what a new one looks like.... Congrats! It's a beast.
Sadly she would be disappointed. We're down to just the pair of girls. :(
Love the dachshund. Mine just sleep around the stove.
Yes. I have a ported 261c.
I bought both of mine already done. That said my father-in-law has a 261 as well. And the difference between them is very noticeable. That being...
Longevity and reliability will depend on how it's ported. Stupid amounts of compression will build more heat. Not something you want in a work saw...
Oregon bars do wear quicker. But I have no problems with their chain. Especially in the cut fast department.
Really cool guys.
Are you sure it's bent? When was the last time you dressed the rails?
Great saw, enjoy!
Burned in one here for 18 years.
I'm guessing you already have the 42" bar and it's a husky mount. So I'd say with the 390 or 2188. If your running that 42" very much I'd go with...