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Out of recognition of the ongoing Stihl giveaway here on GTT, I thought I'd start a thread to talk about which Stihl products folks have or would like to have. My own personal favorite is my 20+ year old 034 saw, but my BR550 backpack blower is another awesome workhorse.

What do you have?
 

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Well OK, since you twisted my arm.
It's an 026 pro, Km-130 with pole saw, and brush knife, a weed whacker, and a tiller.
 

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Well OK, since you twisted my arm.
It's an 026 pro, Km-130 with pole saw, and brush knife, a weed whacker, and a tiller.
That bucket looks way to new!! Have you even scratched it yet? I'll show you how to use it if you want :lol:

I'll have to take some pics of what I got...
 

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I'll show you how to use it if you want :lol:
I think that would be helpful. I will start working on a to-do list:good2:
It still has that new bucket smell.
The only thing the bucket has seen so far is manure. The pallet forks are getting all the work.
The closest I will get to scratching the bucket is when I grind the paint off to weld on 3 of Kenny's hooks next week. :laugh:
 

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I think that would be helpful. I will start working on a to-do list:good2:
It still has that new bucket smell.
The only thing the bucket has seen so far is manure. The pallet forks are getting all the work.
The closest I will get to scratching the bucket is when I grind the paint off to weld on 3 of Kenny's hooks next week. :laugh:
About that to-do list ... I was thinking more I'd bring it to my place to show you :drinks:
 

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I've got a new BR600 mag, FS250R,SG 20, and Ht80(I believe it is). And on old 029 super. Love that saw, but want something in the lines of a 044 or 441.
 

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Here's my 66, it has a woods port done removed the base basket set the squash at 20 thousands max flow intake system and I opened up the exhaust. I also added felling dogs makes for a nice little firewood saw.:mocking:

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Here's my 66, it has a woods port done removed the base basket set the squash at 20 thousands max flow intake system and I opened up the exhaust. I also added felling dogs makes for a nice little firewood saw.:mocking:

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Nice Saw Soby. I am sure it can cut:thumbup1gif:

I have a 14 y/o 044 and an 200ST and a BR340 backpack blower. The 044 is an outstanding saw and it has seen well over 70 cord of wood. The 200St is great too especially for those times I am in the tree but it is great on the ground as well.

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Nice Saw Soby. I am sure it can cut:thumbup1gif:

I have a 14 y/o 044 and an 200ST and a BR340 backpack blower. The 044 is an outstanding saw and it has seen well over 70 cord of wood. The 200St is great too especially for those times I am in the tree but it is great on the ground as well.

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Hang on to that 44 Rob there one hell of a saw. I'd love to get my hands on one someday they run hard stock let alone after being (warmed up a bit).
 

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Here is my fleet. The MS441RCM was partially bought with Green Tractor Talk's second Stihl $100 gift certificate give away. Enjoy, and thanks again to GTT!

I like the hand written label on the bar. That's priceless! :good2:


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Just picked up this saw last summer. So far I really like it and use it as my primary firewood saw. Huge upgrade compared to the Poulan that I used before.

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Here is my fleet. The MS441RCM was partially bought with Green Tractor Talk's second Stihl $100 gift certificate give away. Enjoy, and thanks again to GTT!



The Wall of Fame !!!!:lol:
 

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I didn't get a pic of the Stihl family when this thread first started, so I thought I'd post one today of the new addition to the collection that followed me home this morning.

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The big ol' 660 is the newest. It was drizzling a little this morning, but of course I had to go out and test it. Man is that a nice running saw! I had to drop two small trees in an area we are filling in to level the backyard. It wasn't even a test of the saw's power, but at least I got to run it. :fed:

The other saw is a 16-year-old 026 Pro. Then there's the Kombi motor with the jet engine blower on it and the tiller attachment. And a polesaw and a string trimmer. I had the trimmer and polesaw before I had the Kombi powerhead (in fact, I think it was before the Kombi system even came out).
 

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I didn't get a pic of the Stihl family when this thread first started, so I thought I'd post one today of the new addition to the collection that followed me home this morning.

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The big ol' 660 is the newest. It was drizzling a little this morning, but of course I had to go out and test it. Man is that a nice running saw! I had to drop two small trees in an area we are filling in to level the backyard. It wasn't even a test of the saw's power, but at least I got to run it. :fed:.
Nice saw Andy. I bet it will cut!
 

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Nice saw Andy. I bet it will cut!
I only have one tank of fuel through it, but it has tons of power. That photo is a little deceiving unless you have some of the other items for reference. I bet the overall length of the 660 is closing in on 4'. I bought it mainly to use with an Alaskan chainsaw mill I have. Once I get a chance to get it set up in the mill I'll post some pics in a new thread.
 
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