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Offline Dh1984

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husqvarna 2100cd
« on: January 08, 2012, 10:01:33 pm »
i have a chance to buy a husqvarna 2100cd chainsaw. and i wasn just wondering if i ever decide to sell it. what could i get out of it if i ever did decide to sell it. i know it's about a 6 cube (99cc) saw and it would be great for my tree service i have.
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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2012, 10:23:44 pm »
I just paid $500 for a pretty much brandnew 2100cd , it has less than a tank of gas put threw it then was put on a wall to look at for all these years so hope this gives you a idea

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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2012, 10:40:31 pm »
oh ok well he wants 125.00 for it and hw think it is locked up but it turns a little.so i don't think it is locked up.but i'll get back with him and see if he still has it. and then see what i can do about cleaning it up.
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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2012, 01:17:58 am »
if its locked up you better check it over before saying yes , it could be the flywheel being held or if something let go in the motor and is up on top of the piston jamming against the top of the jug

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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2012, 11:10:10 am »
yeah thats what i'm going to do i'm going to bring it to the house and check it over real good. he already told me i could do that if i needed to. so i think i'll go and pick it up and then get in to it and check it really good.
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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #5 on: January 09, 2012, 05:04:54 pm »
yes do that , just donot pull her over hard as you might hurt something else , it could just be a loose screw or something locking her up, well lets hope so

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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2012, 09:59:28 pm »
$125 is a good deal any way you cut it. It would be great if the saw can be repaired but there is at least $125 worth of parts for resale.

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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2012, 10:58:33 pm »
Beautiful old saws, the 2100 was ahead of its time when they 1st came out in the mid 1970s. Just think of an extra heavy duty 162. I met my wifes uncle while we were down in Mexico last month, he was a timber faller on the Queen Charlotte Islands back in the late 1970s early '80s. He said the whole camp ran 2100s exclusivly. He packed his around with a 42" b/c. He said at the time the Husky was the only good saw for pro use on those big cedars and fir.

I remember when logging about that time sitting after work in our Manitoba camp looking at the I.W.A. union books we got from head office in B.C. There would be always great pictures of those fallers on the coast running those big 2100s, I would wonder what it be like to trade in my 62 cc saw for one of those big guys and cut that big timber.................
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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #8 on: February 07, 2012, 07:12:34 am »
I've got one of those old arm breakers myself .Came from some island off the coast of Washington State and had some problems .

The coil was shot and about half bolts were stripped out plus the bushing was gone on the starter  hub .If that bushing is out you can't pull that high compression SOB over using both hands .They're a chore even if the bushing is  good .

I made a brass bushing to replace the original nylon which is shown in the picture .

Now discounting the fact they are probabley the hardest saw to get started ever built once they are running they will eat a stock  066/Ms 660 alive as far as power . Before the advent of the 3120 Husqvarna these old things were what they used for for hot saws .

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Re: husqvarna 2100cd
« Reply #9 on: February 07, 2012, 01:21:36 pm »
Fastest 2100 I ever seen was this MVP piped one.
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