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Discussion in 'Whole Chainsaws Wanted to Buy' started by Matt Ellerbee, Nov 13, 2017 at 9:58 PM.

  1. Definitive Dave

    Definitive Dave turf enthusiast

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    I have a few 044s that need a new home :)
     
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    huskihl Just an ordinary member

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    Julie? Is that you?


     
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    I have a MOFO 026, a MOFO 360, a MMWS 261, MMWS 362, 10 mm 044, MS 440 (both with timing advance and base gasket delete), and a CFB Hybrid, and non of them are going anywhere!

    Yes, Dr Al does a great job on both 026/260 + 036/360, but the 460 he built for me really screams!

    Don't over look a good running MS 440, you may be surprised how well some of them run. My fastest 70 cc is a 10 mm 044, but my MS 440 will keep up with a lot of 10 mm 044s.
     
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    brandonstclair20 Well-Known OPE Member

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    I have a MS440 with
    Meteor cylinder and piston, it runs good but I need to cut some wood to make sure everything works okay.


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  5. Matt Ellerbee

    Matt Ellerbee Well-Known OPE Member

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    Good to know. Not looking for a racer,just a good saw.
     
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    Put an angle fin top end on it,pm me i may have one you will be impressed.
     
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    There work saws not race saws.once you run a woods ported saw you will never want to run a stock saw again
     
  8. brandonstclair20

    brandonstclair20 Well-Known OPE Member

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    I have one but it’s going on this build. With a 12mm crank and oem piston.
    [​IMG]


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    Put a 10 mm crank in it and slant fin topend on both:comp4::dancer2:
     
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    Do any straight fin non decomp 044s have a 10mm crank?


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  11. Cracker Boy

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    Dont think so unless you got a real old giordini maybe why.whats seial number of case i can tell
     
  12. dolmarkid

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    12mm bottom 10mm top ported best of both worlds:D
     
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    Agreed or 10 mm ported 12 mm made 044 046 is deff best of both worlds
     
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    T.Roller Huffy and Puffy, Roll Tighter Tater....

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    Why would you want a 10mm crank in it?
     
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    If he allready has a 440 with aftermarket top end why build another,id build 044 10mm with that topend.then make 440 he has with meteor piston and top end a hybrid.then hed have best of both worlds. My mailbox is still empty lol fyi.no sodium elements have came yet bro.
     
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    T.Roller Huffy and Puffy, Roll Tighter Tater....

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    Ok I got what your saying now. I've been working over everyday. Not getting home till 6 pm so I haven't been able to make it by the post office
     
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    Its cool,make that ot when you can with them little ones and holidays coming
     
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    I think the 10 mm saws were a bit lighter than the 12 mm saws, and most of them held up very well.

    Since there were slant fin 12 mm 044s, I doubt there were any straight fin 10 mm, but I could be wrong.
     
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    Agreed Mike, my best runners were 440 bottoms with 10mm tops..
     
  20. MustangMike

    MustangMike ONE OF THE GREATEST!

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    I have had no problem with my 10 mm bottom, and I do believe they are lighter.
     
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