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How Many Saws in Your 3 Saw Plan???

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Well I've been thinning the lineup, sold the 880 and 660 that Kevin ported, sold the 201 also..then just a few weeks ago I made the decision to just have one saw..and the MMWS461 hit the road..leaving my Lil 034super jugged 036 cased creation from Kevin. Sports a 20" lightweight bar slinging square ground chain. Got a few trees lined up in the near future and I'm not the least bit undergunned. My pinch plan is the 32" bar for rescue if ever a need arises. All I take on anymore is jobs that have room to layout and then drop em..A bullrope, slingshot, couple wedges and 62cc of ported perfection will get you a long ways.
 

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Am I the only one on this forum that doesn't collect chainsaws ?

Nope. I have two. I’ll probably only have two with the types of work I’m doing right now and where I am. Two good running 4-5 cube saws do me really well, I don’t really want to get into anything bigger, I can buck 60” logs with them pretty comfortably and fall somewhat bigger than that still. The second one is just for redundancy.

I have the two 441s right now, but that heavy trigger is killing my fingers now that arthritis is setting in, and the skinny pistol grip in the back is playing hell with my smashed right thumb. We’ll see what I get into.

And on second thought, I’ll probably inherit my dad’s Husqvarna 55. So that’ll be 3.
 

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Am I the only one on this forum that doesn't collect chainsaws ?
I wouldnt say i collect them, i work for a small engine shop and i rescue the orphaned saws that customers surrender due to cost of repairs... parts at cost and free labor really changes the cost of repairs....LOL
 

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I keep my collection small. Run a small tree service and if it doesn’t fill a niche there? I don’t keep it.

Echo 355T climbing saw. 16” panther 1/4” bar, ported.

346XP (currently building out of a 350, porting.)

372XP ported. 32” Oregon lightweight bar.

MS460 (next build, sitting on shelf.)

395XP ported. 42” bar.
 

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I keep my collection small. Run a small tree service and if it doesn’t fill a niche there? I don’t keep it.

Echo 355T climbing saw. 16” panther 1/4” bar, ported.

346XP (currently building out of a 350, porting.)

372XP ported. 32” Oregon lightweight bar.

MS460 (next build, sitting on shelf.)

395XP ported. 42” bar.
I've ported several 355s, they turn out surprisingly strong.
 

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The ones that run and get used …
MS250 muff mod 325 18”
MS251 bone stock 325 18” (Dads main user)
026 muff mod, 044 3/4 wrap handle, MS260 air filter setup, running an 8-pin 325 16”
041 bone stock 3/8 18 and 20”
066 3/4 wrap handle, bark box, HD2 air filter, 3/8 32” SugiHara light bar, 3/8 24” Stihl ES.

I had a two saw plan for a long time and then I found this place a few years ago and realized I was way under-sawed. So the 026 and 066 came into my world and they’ve been great saws !!
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The 041 is easily my favorite. Pops first saw purchased new. It’ll be 55yrs young this year and has cut firewood every year of its life.
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