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  1. They are hydraulic . They also do wheeled elevators which you could also use next to your splitter.
  2. I had a delivery from Riko today
  3. MS150 is 1/4" pitch but 0.043" (1.1mm) gauge.
  4. 540 is at 1800 engine speed . so 1 revolution for 3.3333 engine revs. therefore 350 x 3.333 is at 1166
  5. 1166 for 540 shaft 700 for 1000 shaft So if your tickover is say 850,PTO will be 425 rpm on the 1000 shaft. Plenty enough power for your new log saw - good for fuel economy but bad for the engine. If you want to run a hydraulic log splitter at the same time use 540 for better oil flow.
  6. £1683 with pto shaft ,delivery and VAT.
  7. Spectrum have one on Ebay for £1500 £183 cheaper than their website price
  8. C.J

    chain too short?

    Surely only 7 pin on a MS660 with a 36" bar. But 75JGX and an 8 may be better
  9. Add £433 for PTO shaft,Delivery and VAT:001_rolleyes:
  10. C.J

    chain too short?

    Looks like an 8 pin
  11. I would also like a PM @ Spinner
  12. You only need the 2 dogs if you swap your roller over,but it may be cheaper to buy the kit than the 2 dogs separately. I got mine from Bailey's and the tax + postage was more than the kit.
  13. 537 04 37-01 is the part number for the Kit (2 dawgs,chain catching roller,nuts,bolts and screws)
  14. 503 92 27-01E (outer) and 537 01 72-01B(inner) on my 390xp - Will fit 365,372 and 576.
  15. Especially if you buy the 4T Helium and mix in blueline racing oil
  16. Doh - the 6 should have given me the answer - it's PS:thumbup1: There's always more hook on a new chain than you can get with a round file.
  17. That's a good hook you've got there Darrin - should bite really well. 4.8mm file on 3/8 RS ?
  18. C.J


    Just cutting the louvres off and bolting the plate back on makes a difference. The exhaust port is inline with the depression between the bolt holes.Drilling a hole here will make a big difference.
  19. If it were mine I would cut it right back to ground level, so I didn't have to look at the cut end.
  20. Don't forget PMC,PMC3,PMX and PMY


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