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Offline weimedog

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Re: Chinese Copy of a Stihl 660
« on: April 07, 2015, 11:03:36 pm »
That's fine if those are parts that fit together as its a complete saw. But what about using those parts to bring a Stihl back from the dead? How close to the original parts are they? I'm more interested in a way to salvage "crush" or skidder damaged saws as that is something I see. Not certain of the market for a compete copy. And if it is a complete saw, its a Farmertec, not a Stihl.

IS that saw in the Pictures your saw?

 

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