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Stihl Chain Saw 084

Post in 'The Gear' started by sgcsalsero, Feb 2, 2007.

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  1. sgcsalsero

    sgcsalsero Feeling the Heat

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    Here's the other saw I mentioned, silent auction 2day, may go for next to nothing

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  2. Eric Johnson

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    That's way more saw than most people need or can handle.
  3. MALogger

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    My shoulder bothers me if I cut all day with my 460, I can't imagine lugging something like that around.

    Craig
  4. ourhouse

    ourhouse Minister of Fire

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    Thats a whole lot of saw there. You ever use a saw that big?
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    Ha , You guys said "saw" .

    Dat~dare be a truck with no wheels.

    at'll pull ya in to a log.
  6. Yogi

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    Where is the link to the quction? I might be interested!
  7. bobo

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    Yogi are you still going to buy my 372xp ?
  8. Yogi

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    Not if I get a better buy on an 084!!!
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    What ever became of the 084? Those things go for good money on eBay, so if it could be had for a fair price there could be some money to be made flipping it. Plus they are great milling saws since they also have manual assist in addition to the automatic oiler, a feature that Stihl unwisely dumped on the 088/MS880.

    Everybody should have a big saw or two, if only to rip large rounds into manageable pieces and not have to pass up great firewood on account of its size.

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    So what happened? You buy it or not? How much did it go for? If it went for $300 or under someone got a steal of a deal.
  11. Eric Johnson

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    tru.dat

    My beast of choice is a Jonsereds Model 90.
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    hey bobo, still got that saw for sale?

    I might have some tax money burning a hole in my pocket shortly
  13. sgcsalsero

    sgcsalsero Feeling the Heat

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    I didn't get the Stihl, no idea of what of went for, it was stolen and recovered. Now and again I get an opportunity to bid
    on salvage, if there are any decent looking saws I'll put a pic out here jic someone is interested and we'll work something
    out.
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    Looks like as soon as Yogi gets his tax return he's going to take it.
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