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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #30 on: April 13, 2012, 02:33:48 pm »
Well the 562xpg models are now listed for sale so I might have one next week if all goes well. Been holding out for the heated edition forever.

It is well worth it!   ;)

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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #31 on: January 03, 2013, 01:22:32 pm »
You asked the question about the difference between 141A and 147A on your carburetor.

The breakdown is this way, the first digit is the last charater of the year.  2011 becomes a 1  and the next two digits are the week of the year so 41 was the 41st week and 47 is the 47th week. Bear in mind factory wise there can be 53 weeks.

so 141A is 2011 and was likely built between 10th October and 16th October

and 147A is 2011 and was likely built between 21 Novemeber and 27th November

Also there were comments about service bulletins, yes there was a bulletin that came out much later about hot restart problems, it is the carburetor that is at fault.

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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #32 on: January 03, 2013, 01:26:18 pm »
You asked the question about the difference between 141A and 147A on your carburetor.

The breakdown is this way, the first digit is the last charater of the year.  2011 becomes a 1  and the next two digits are the week of the year so 41 was the 41st week and 47 is the 47th week. Bear in mind factory wise there can be 53 weeks.

so 141A is 2011 and was likely built between 10th October and 16th October

and 147A is 2011 and was likely built between 21 Novemeber and 27th November

Also there were comments about service bulletins, yes there was a bulletin that came out much later about hot restart problems, it is the carburetor that is at fault.

Welcome to the site and Thanks for sharing this info. Enjoy and help us out where you can so we all can learn.
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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #33 on: January 03, 2013, 08:47:06 pm »
You asked the question about the difference between 141A and 147A on your carburetor.

The breakdown is this way, the first digit is the last charater of the year.  2011 becomes a 1  and the next two digits are the week of the year so 41 was the 41st week and 47 is the 47th week. Bear in mind factory wise there can be 53 weeks.

so 141A is 2011 and was likely built between 10th October and 16th October

and 147A is 2011 and was likely built between 21 Novemeber and 27th November

Also there were comments about service bulletins, yes there was a bulletin that came out much later about hot restart problems, it is the carburetor that is at fault.

i'd like to see service bulletin,if possible.
thanks for posting the info so far.very nice info!!!

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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #34 on: January 03, 2013, 08:56:38 pm »


i'd like to see service bulletin,if possible.
thanks for posting the info so far.very nice info!!!

I looked and couldn't find one specific.  Not to say it doesn't exist, just didn't see it as Husky doesn't really announce said bulletins.

I've not had one hot start issue yet, been lucky.  The only good explanation I've gotten was from Spike saying the coil doesn't hold a strong charge when hot.  He may be able to elaborate more.

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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #35 on: January 03, 2013, 09:07:27 pm »
i'd like to know where and how the info given was obtained.....it looks interesting....but how?

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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #36 on: January 04, 2013, 02:10:42 pm »
On the ethanol debate...
Not defending this or trying to say it is good in any way, but the problem is not the ethanol itself.
There were saws test run here on E-85 a couple years back.
Biggest problems I find with the E10-E15 is that the oil need to mix, it can't be stored and resetting of saws more frequently as fuels change.
The aggressive stuff in fuels is not the alcohol. Finding oil that mix with Alcohol is not always easy.

It would be better to use good quality fuel with good oil in proper ratio. Much friendlier to environment.
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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #37 on: January 04, 2013, 02:28:34 pm »
On the ethanol debate...
Not defending this or trying to say it is good in any way, but the problem is not the ethanol itself.
There were saws test run here on E-85 a couple years back.
Biggest problems I find with the E10-E15 is that the oil need to mix, it can't be stored and resetting of saws more frequently as fuels change.
The aggressive stuff in fuels is not the alcohol. Finding oil that mix with Alcohol is not always easy.

It would be better to use good quality fuel with good oil in proper ratio. Much friendlier to environment.


That right there is why I run my Klotz 200 or 100, it mixes with ethanol, methanol etc and stays mixed. Even though it dont have rust inhibitors for thos high humid areas.

KL 200 or KL 100

http://klotzlube.com/techsheet.asp?ID=54

http://www.klotzlube.com/techsheet.asp?ID=44

Warning R50 does NOT stay mixed with ethanol gas.  Straight from Klotz tech.
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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #38 on: January 04, 2013, 06:40:03 pm »
On the ethanol debate...
Not defending this or trying to say it is good in any way, but the problem is not the ethanol itself.
There were saws test run here on E-85 a couple years back.
Biggest problems I find with the E10-E15 is that the oil need to mix, it can't be stored and resetting of saws more frequently as fuels change.
The aggressive stuff in fuels is not the alcohol. Finding oil that mix with Alcohol is not always easy.

It would be better to use good quality fuel with good oil in proper ratio. Much friendlier to environment.


here is a video that magnus and i made over at his place,and the fuel is "swedish fuel". but american fuel is very much the same. not much aspen fuel here yet,but it's gaining it's place in the market here steadily everyday.

http://s116.photobucket.com/albums/o8/WILLIAMFGREENE/?action=view&current=swedentrip2007077.mp4
 
the stryrofoam dissolves in "gas".....but not aspen fuel.

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Re: 562XP / 555
« Reply #39 on: January 04, 2013, 07:16:40 pm »
On the ethanol debate...
Not defending this or trying to say it is good in any way, but the problem is not the ethanol itself.
There were saws test run here on E-85 a couple years back.
Biggest problems I find with the E10-E15 is that the oil need to mix, it can't be stored and resetting of saws more frequently as fuels change.
The aggressive stuff in fuels is not the alcohol. Finding oil that mix with Alcohol is not always easy.

It would be better to use good quality fuel with good oil in proper ratio. Much friendlier to environment.


here is a video that magnus and i made over at his place,and the fuel is "swedish fuel". but american fuel is very much the same. not much aspen fuel here yet,but it's gaining it's place in the market here steadily everyday.

http://s116.photobucket.com/albums/o8/WILLIAMFGREENE/?action=view&current=swedentrip2007077.mp4
 
the stryrofoam dissolves in "gas".....but not aspen fuel.

Fixed  grr still got to click on pic and it takes you same place to watch. Oh well I tried.

 
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