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Re: 562xp 560xp T540xp
« Reply #40 on: June 03, 2011, 07:57:36 am »
everyone needs a 372. In my worksaw lineup the 395-32" does the heavy bucking, felling extra large stems and lowers those big stumps. The 372-22" or 16" is my main saw and the 346-16" and 338XPT-13", MS200-14" do the light stuff.
I want to replace the 346 with the 560 and use the 346 for backup. :)

I really would like a 372, I suppose I will still end up with one. I wanted a 372 before I got my 394 but I got to good of a deal to pass up on the 394.  I suppose I will probably end up finding a 372 that needs a rebuild because it sure is fun to build them.

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Re: 562xp 560xp T540xp
« Reply #41 on: June 03, 2011, 09:09:42 am »
I take it that the 562XP will have the larger standard spline rim sprocket, maybe larger clutch drum, clutch . Of course larger bar studs and crankcase bar pad...everything that the 372-576 would have? Bigger air filter and top cover also.
Every little bit adds up.

I agree about the standard spline and bar pad, but have no idea regarding the clutch.   :-\

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Re: 562xp T540xp
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Re: 562xp T540xp
« Reply #43 on: June 11, 2011, 12:34:25 pm »
22" bars in large mount   http://www.baileysonline.com/search.asp?skw=HU50%2BHU58%2BHU63+22
The Oregon Power Match is 77dl.
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There is no way a 76dl chain will fit on a true 22" bar, but it is not uncommon that bars are shorter than "called".....

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Re: 562xp 560xp T540xp
« Reply #44 on: June 11, 2011, 03:21:16 pm »
I have had about 5-6 22" bars in small mount and large mount from 2 different makers in 3/8 and they have both been 76dl with 7T. Never felt the need to try a 8T with 22".

I will measure one soon and see what the usable bar length is. I bet it is closer to 21"  ;)
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Re: 562xp 560xp T540xp
« Reply #45 on: June 11, 2011, 04:56:11 pm »
The small mount was 22" usable bar with 76dl chain.  The bar has a very narrow slim belly on them.

Now the other 22" large mount one I will have to check that I put a 76dl on. I have to be wrong on chain I put because it is 23 3/8 usable bar. I'm cornfused.
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Re: 562xp 560xp T540xp
« Reply #46 on: June 11, 2011, 11:03:31 pm »
On my 372XP with 22" Windsor bar and 7 pin rim I found the 76DL- 3/8 was too long with too much gap between the rim sprocket and tail of the bar. So I'm running 75DL loops. Nice snug fit and never had a chain derailed.

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Re: 562xp 560xp T540xp
« Reply #47 on: June 16, 2011, 08:32:01 am »
I take it that the 562XP will have the larger standard spline rim sprocket, maybe larger clutch drum, clutch . Of course larger bar studs and crankcase bar pad...everything that the 372-576 would have? Bigger air filter and top cover also.
Every little bit adds up.

I agree about the standard spline and bar pad, but have no idea regarding the clutch.   :-\

The IPLs are now out, dated 2011-06.

Some obsevations so far, regarding differences;

- Air filter and top cover is different, as expected.

- Bar pad and bolts are different, as expected.

- The clutch is the same.

- Clutch drums and rim options are the same. Not really expected, and the part numbers for the rims are a bit confusing....

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Re: 562xp 560xp T540xp
« Reply #49 on: June 17, 2011, 08:17:04 am »

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- Clutch drums and rim options are the same. Not really expected, and the part numbers for the rims are a bit confusing....

I guess it really isn't that confusing - my conclution so far is that the drum listed for .325x7 is small 7-spline, and the one listed for 3/8x7 is standard 7-spline (as the rim is the same as listed for the 372xp).

If that is correct, I like it!   ;D

 

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