Post in 'The Gear' started by lukem, Aug 22, 2012.
Weird.... doesn't look that big?
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Ha! That's awesome. I just bought a used 018, but it's broken down for a oil pump - I haven't run the MS180, but likely the same. Go give your 361cc a run and let us know what that kind of power can do!
Yeah well, here's 14.9 hp http://detroit.craigslist.org/okl/tls/3150613714.html
That must be in metric or something.
Just what I need to mill that 36" Honey Locust I got last week.
and he added my personal favorite description...... stihl's model # 311y
"I know a 180C, I've work'ed with a 180C, and you Sir, are no 180cc!"
Here's a 1951 Disston twin cylinder chainsaw I found on the internet. It's 180cc, the size shows it. I'm not sure how they got all that displacement in that little Stihl on the first post in this thread. They may be onto something if they did!
It's all about perspective . That's actually a very rare Stihl model 01800 . It's actually sitting on a sequoia stump that's clost to 3 meters across . There you go folks mystery solved . I'd buy it , but I'm fresh out of sequoias here .
Looks to me like that dude is thinking, "Take the damn picture quick before I drop this mother on my foot!!".
That's one I want. Brother & his wife,daughter,son in law,their 2 toddlers & a few others went up to Black Duck Lake,in northern Minnesota in late June .One stop was the Paul Bunyan Museum in Bemidji.I've got a pic of my 4 yr old great nephew next to a pretty beat up DA-211 2 man saw.
" Is that a Disston in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?"
(sorry, couldn't help it)
I think I paid $80 for my 180cc.
never seen a stihl like this:
Stihl Chainsaw 011 AV
2.5 Cu. In.
Used but works great.
Asking $125.00 OBO
Some of their old top handle-based saws wore orange plastics instead of the usual white. Nice little saws if they are running good. Wouldn't give anywhere near that asking price tho.
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