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  1. P.M.P.

    P.M.P. Stiff Member

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    Everybodys favorite got to be a 346xp


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    Heres another one its alot nicer my PSP haha been Masterminded
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  3. Mastermind

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    Cat Face-Timber How do you like my Chicken"s Eye?

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    Best saw that ever has been made or will ever be made is the
    HUSKY 272XP
     
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    Huskys Where.....
     
  6. P.M.P.

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    I have never had a chance to run a 272 xp but I respect what your sayin.Why is it the best?Someday I hope to run one.
     
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    skidooguy Genuine smartass

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    I'm no guru on husky by any means but out of curiosity what is the difference between a 272 and a 372?
     
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    cgraham1 Here For The Long Haul!

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  9. SteveinUT

    SteveinUT Have gun - will travel

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    Yeah, I dig me some Husky's...

    My Husqvarna .270 on the left, and Husqvarna .22LR on the right.
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    My "new" 266XP.
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    My 2100, 460 and 353.
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    Normzilla Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Aw hard to pick a best, they have made so dam many good saws:)
     
  11. skippy

    skippy Husqvarnas Sawyer

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    My 5 pack here would be .
    346 xpne
    262 xp
    372
    385xp
    288/ xp
    Who am I kidding I love em all
     
  12. Frank bierce

    Frank bierce Here For The Long Haul! GoldMember

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    My picks...
    2100cd, 288xp, 272xp, 262xp. Nuff said.
     
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    Tor R Newbie GoldMember

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    This is a bit about 254G, love them.
    Different jugs I've seen on them:
    KS 073/1A and 1B, 11-86, thin ring piston, both year 87 week 17.
    They changed from thin ring piston (1mm ring) to normal ring after serial number SG 7390091, SE 7400209.
    KS 073/1A, 06-87, year 88 week 7
    KS 073/2A, 02-89, year 89 week 37
    KS 073/3B, 09-90, year 91 week 14
    KS 073/1C, year 98 week 5
    Mahle 45ZN7 W6, (placed on a 87, not the originale jug)
    Mahle 45ZK12 W2, year 01 week 41
    I think there is also Mahle without decomp valve.

    Here is one lousy pictures off thin ring jug vs normal ring jug:
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    I'll shoot up some better pictures for the combustion chamber thin ring jug vs normal ring jug later:


    More info from the 254 SG/XPG
    There are three different G flywheel.
    501 86 41 02, goes up to 88 model (non air injection system).
    503 08 80 02, from 88 up to around 95 (same flywheel as 262 have)
    503 52 94 02, from year 96 and newer.

    There is two different oil pumps, same # number in IPL's but they are still different.
    The old ones have 19mm hole for the crankshaft (bronse worm gear), newer ones have 22,5mm hole for the crankshaft (plastic worm gear). They are easy to modd so plastic worm oil gear can be used. On the backside of those who was made for plastic worm gear, one of the oil channels its marked with a H.
    Picture of the difference:
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    Modded oil pumps:
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    254 IPL's (complete IPL's):
    254 Workshop Manuals:
     

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    272 top end, image.jpeg image.jpeg
     
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    wildroamer Winning!

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    Only have the one, but my limited use of it has made me smile. IMG_20151231_141618602.jpg
     
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    What is with the blue on the cover?
     
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    junkman Crush it

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    For winter so the carb don't ice up .
     
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    David Young Safety First !!!!!! Staff Member

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    For cold weather limits air intake and snow getting in the bottom fins.
     
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    junkman Crush it

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    David Young Safety First !!!!!! Staff Member

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    I love a tweaked 242 but. I think the 346 is the answer. For just about everything.

    David.
     
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