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Old 10-25-2011, 09:44 AM
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My new addition

111cc's
24'' bar
weighs in at 34lbs on my fish scale
straight out of the 70's
lets go cut some wood
I have the same saw, one heavy bitch. Just used it yesterday

Mine has self tapping screws, jb weld and duct tape on it
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Old 10-25-2011, 09:50 PM
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Harvester that saw is Bad ass, needs a 36" bar thou
36''er would turn it into a bamf.
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Old 10-25-2011, 09:52 PM
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I have the same saw, one heavy bitch. Just used it yesterday

Mine has self tapping screws, jb weld and duct tape on it
sounds like their identical twins. They sure are fun to pull start. Is that +/- lever on the side to adjust the bar oil?
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Old 10-25-2011, 09:55 PM
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Also need fuel line...
moody power equipment. bitchez
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Old 10-25-2011, 11:29 PM
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sounds like their identical twins. They sure are fun to pull start. Is that +/- lever on the side to adjust the bar oil?
I'm not sure, I just top up the oil and put gas in it
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I got a couple REAL oldies here at the shop,they run on SAE 30 mixed @ 16:1 leaded fuel,i put some pics up later,got some saws running 72" bars
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Old 10-31-2011, 11:07 AM
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i threw on of those old homelites out the othey day. i didnt know people actuallly liked those things
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Stihl AV 048 Super

Magnesium case, mitilary spec falling saw.
This saw is legedary.

A friend gave this to me before he passed on.
needed new bar so i found that really short one for free.

i havve the same saw, saved it from going to scrap, plug n fresh gas and boom she ran. love the saw, got some battle scars on her, but works great
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Here's my saw. It's a 1977 McCulloch 32cc with an 8" bar.
I should be able to cut a few twigs for the spudspudspudspudspud fire....





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couple of camp saws..............
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If I cross my eyes, those pics are actually clearer.
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LOLOL Sorry I dont know why they did that.
I was going to dfelete them but I got lazy.
They were nice and clear where I stole them.
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084 Stihl, i can't remember how long the bar is, but its fucking big. And mean.

And I need a new piston and cylinder for it if anyone knows where I can get one.
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