Husky 162

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    By chance would anybody have any specs on the husky 162 and/or have knowledge of a web page that has this info on it? Have looked but cant find anything. Most interested in knowing the cc size and horsepower thanks.
     
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    61cc Husqvarna model 162 chainsaw
    Price: $250.00 http://thunderbay.kijiji.ca/<remove this>c-buy-and-sell-tools-equipment-61cc-Husqvarna-model-162-chainsaw-W0QQAdIdZ58919583

    similar displacement to the 460. Couldn't find a manual online for the 162.
     
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    Everything ya ever wanted to know except horsepower which wasn't adversised:

    MANUFACTURED BY:
    HUSQVARNA VAPENFABRIKS AB
    HUSKVARNA, SWEDEN
    SERIES OR ASSEMBLY NUMBER:

    YEAR INTRODUCED:
    1976
    YEAR DISCONTINUED:

    ENGINE DISPLACEMENT:
    61.5cc (3.75 cu. in.)
    NUMBER OF CYLINDERS:
    1
    CYLINDER BORE:
    48mm (1.89 in.)
    PISTON STROKE:
    34mm (1.34 in.)
    CYLINDER TYPE:
    Aluminum with chrome plated bore
    INTAKE METHOD:
    Piston ported
    MANUFACTURER ADVERTISED H.P.:

    WEIGHT :
    7.05 kg with 38 cm bar & chain
    OPERATOR CONFIGURATION:
    One Man operation
    HANDLEBAR SYSTEM:
    Anti-vibration
    CHAIN BRAKE:
    Mechanical
    CLUTCH:
    Centrifugal
    DRIVE TYPE:
    Direct
    CONSTRUCTION:
    Die cast magnesium
    MAGNETO TYPE:
    Electronic
    CARBURETOR:
    Tillotson HS-163A, B series
    MAJOR REPAIR KIT:
    RK-23HS
    MINOR REPAIR KIT:
    DG-5HS/T
    AIR FILTER SYSTEM:
    Nylon mesh cartridge
    STARTER TYPE:
    Husqvarna automatic rewind
    OIL PUMP:
    Automatic, adjustable
    OPERATING RPM:

    IGNITION TIMING:
    fixed
    BREAKER POINT SETTING:
    none
    FLYWHEEL/COIL AIR GAP:
    0.3 mm (0.012 in.)
    SPARK PLUG TYPE:
    Bosch WS7F or Champion CJ7Y
    SPARK PLUG GAP:
    0.5mm (0.020 in.)
    CRANKSHAFT MAIN BEARINGS:
    Ball
    FUEL TANK CAPACITY:
    750 ml
    FUEL OIL RATIO:
    40:1
    RECOMMENDED FUEL OCTANE:
    Regular
    MIX OIL SPECIFICATION:
    Husqvarna mix oil, or two-stroke chain saw mix oil
    CHAIN PITCH:
    3/8 in.
    CHAIN TYPE:

    BAR MOUNT PATTERN:
    17 link
    SHORTEST GUIDE BAR SUPPLIED:
    40cm (16 in.)
    LONGEST GUIDE BAR SUPPLIED:
    71cm (28 in.)
    COLOUR SCHEME:
    Husqvarna Orange
    PAINT CODES:

    ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST:

    SERVICE MANUAL:

    COMMENTS:
    SG type has heated handles
     
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    myzamboni..could not bring up your link..had errors???Wow thanks all. Have this chain saw and was looking to replace it. Bought it used for almost nothing and it was my first saw. I cut a sh!t load of wood with it. It was rebuilt twice to my knowledge. It treated me well and seams to cut damn well. But I have some cash on hand and the saw is starting to get maintenance intensive. Was looking at the Sthil ms361 or ms390 as the two saws are in my price range. But I wanted to buy a saw that would ether match or surpass the power of my current saw. Sounds like I would be further ahead to dump the money into this old saw rather than spending the $700 plus dollars on one that is close to what I have. What do you guys think? I am lost now...Help!
     
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    You have to delete the <remove this> from the link I posted. I had to add that because this site was blocking the un-altered Kijiji link.
     
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    Thanks myzamboni, was able to bring it up. It looks just like the saw I have. Guess I just got to figure out what I am going to do now.
     
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