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Tempting ,Echo 650-EVL Chainsaw W/ Chains Good Condition - $200 ,what do ya think ?

Post in 'The Gear' started by HDRock, May 23, 2013.

  1. HDRock

    HDRock Minister of Fire

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    I have for sale in very good condition a Echo 650-EVL W/ 19 chains. Runs good starts right up.
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  2. NH_Wood

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    Yes - tempting. Seems to be pretty clean. How old? 80's saw I think and mid 60's cc's. Never ran one or seen one, but I'd make a $150 offer and work from there. Giver her a good look. If a strong runner, would be a fun saw to have I'm sure. Cheers!
  3. HDRock

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    Research says 1992, it's 64.2cc
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  4. MasterMech

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    19 chains? Old Echo, 60cc+ for $200?

    Sign me up coach.
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    Missed the 19 chains! If they are in good condition pretty much worth the cost right there! Cheers!
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  6. ScotO

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    those EVL's were fantastic saws. That saw, combined with all those chains, is a great deal. Get it, and don't look back.
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  7. MasterMech

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    Almost had me a pair of 610EVL's in John Deere trim. (61SV's - One good one [not running] and one for parts) Go ahead and google it. I'll wait. >>

    For some reason. I get the bug for a 610EVL every few months or so.
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    I'd be all over that! 19 chains makes it well worth it
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  10. Thistle

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    Grab.It.Now.
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    Good price with all the chains if they are the type you use.
    Probably a heavy sucker though.
    May be able to flip in your area.
    I like the case :)

    You need another saw ?
    CAD for sure LOL :)
  13. HDRock

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    CAD, ;? Can I please Acquire another saw Dis minute ;lol Oh ya !! some kind of disorder here :eek:
    Husy 61 cobled up , Muffler , cover screw,air filter, gas cap, leaking case gasket ,Humm , I can maybe fix In time , need big saw now, ugg ==c
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  14. ScotO

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    One nice thing for the vintage saw enthusiast is ebay. You can get parts for just about any saw ever manufactured there. Yes, sometimes the parts can be pricey, but lots of deals to be had as well........

    I tuned and tweaked a Husky 61 for a buddy of mine a couple years ago. He picked it up at a yard sale for 15 bucks! All it needed was some TLC (but it also got a ported muffler). He still uses that saw every time he cuts a tree for his landscaping business!!
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  15. bogydave

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    Got one of those Husqy 61s, (1982) my back up saw now,
    No chain brake, choke, throttle are safety wire. engine cover lots of epoxy.
    tape & screws holding the trigger assembly together.
    Don't idle well, but still runs & cuts.

    Chainsaw Acquisition Disorder :)
    I have symptoms, but so far I've been able to pass up on some good buys since the saws
    weren't a need.

    MS 362 on my list , but able to be patients so far.
    It's not a need, more a want :)
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    I know what you mean there......NOS aftermarket recoil spring for the SP125C - $13 with free shipping,NOS air filter for $24 & change,other Sellers wanting $30-40 for same thing.

    No Chinese knockoff crapola either.
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    Any one want to go to Ebay and bid on the saw ;?
    I am going to pass up this saw ,The saw is listed on CL in my area for $200, http://flint.craigslist.org/tls/3824079209.html

    I also found it on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/151050498735?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
    Starting bid was $159 ,it is now at $204.06 +$45 shipping, so it's not as good of a deal, plus U have to bid.
    I assume, if I went there to buy it, they would honer the $200 CL price and end the ebay auction, but like I said I am going to pass on it .

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