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Apologies to those within 2-3 block radius of me - "New" Husky 2100CD arrived today

Post in 'The Gear' started by Thistle, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. Thistle

    Thistle Minister of Fire

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    Apologies to those within 2-3 blocks of me this evening.Dont think you can hear that new to me Husky 2100CD,but I'm pretty sure you can FEEL that earth-shattering rumble when its idling.::-) VERY strong compression,2-3 pulls starting when cold.Not bad for a 30 year old saw.



    Will give it a good test tommorow when that dead twin White Oak gets dropped....No pics yet cause I just had time after getting home from work earlier to open the box that was on front deck,dump some mix in the tank & give it a go before getting cleaned up for dinner.I do have a couple pics from the Ebay listing however - It had 36" bar & decent used full skip chain,Seller took $30 off if you didnt need the bar.He still included the chain,which was nice.

    Quite good appearance wise too,usually these saws are very rough looking even when mechanically strong.

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  2. bogydave

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    Looks like a beast
    I bet :, Trees start shaking when it running :eek:.

    Get it for ripping?
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  3. Thistle

    Thistle Minister of Fire

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    Kinda/sorta. Actually have been wanting one for a while,I think the 288XPW was getting lonely in the shed.;lol
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  4. NH_Wood

    NH_Wood Minister of Fire

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    Great Thistle! Give us some dirt!! How much? Geesh - I'd like to give a 100cc saw a go - what a beast!! Have fun! Cheers!
  5. nate379

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    Husky is the same as Husqvarna? When I see Husky I think the tool line Home Depot carries.
  6. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Yes.
  7. Thistle

    Thistle Minister of Fire

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    $425 & change delivered to my front door.A fair price I thought.Some extra nice are $600-700+,others beat to death are $250-350.
  8. NH_Wood

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    Sounds like a good deal Thistle! Let us know how that saw rips (thought I might have heard you out running the saw today, but turned out to just be some thunder.....). Cheers!
  9. HittinSteel

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    Nice Thistle! and it even came with the air filter cover.... those are impossible to find and are big money when they show up on ebay.

    I just got the oiler figured out on mine. It's a beast.
  10. Thistle

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    I'm thinking about selling that air filter cover & air filter (that's almost new) once I locate the aluminum velocity stack- can get the foam filter & aerosol can of tacky oil,the stacks are quite scarce now I hear however....

    Also to confirm my suspicions I pulled the muffler yesterday morning - this is the thin ring version,it was an option at dealers for more RPM's & higher performance vs the standard thick ring model.Thin rings are steel,thick rings are cast iron.Pic is blurry when I zoomed in,but there's definitely 2 thin ones there....Piston & cylinder are very clean for a saw of this vintage.

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  11. HittinSteel

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    I'd love to see a video of it pulling the 42" :cool:

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