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Don't really understand what you're saying / asking.

 

Are you asking if someone has already modified the mufflers on those saws?  Not sure anyone would be able to help without more info, pics etc.  Same applies to the sprocket, or are you saying you fitted a 3/8 sprocket to it?

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1 hour ago, lurkalot said:

Don't really understand what you're saying / asking.

 

Are you asking if someone has already modified the mufflers on those saws?  Not sure anyone would be able to help without more info, pics etc.  Same applies to the sprocket, or are you saying you fitted a 3/8 sprocket to it?

He is saying , I believe , that he has bought a 550 mk2  and has converted it to run 3/8 as he did with his mk1 550 .  He was wondering if any one has done a mm on the mk2 550 . All of this has occurred after buying a 572 last November .   Hope this helps   😁

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12 minutes ago, Mark Bolam said:

Where did you get it Eddy?

I can’t find one anywhere.

I got my 550xpg mk2 last Friday from Haynes Agricultural in Framfield, East Sussex, although I had to wait a bit for heated handle version.

Just checked the website and FR Jones are showing them in stock.

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