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  1. What sort of cost roughly?
  2. I have a husqvarna 372xp that needs a full rebuild, piston cylinder ect. Is it worth getting it done? What roughly would it cost
  3. Thanks for replies, I will investigate.
  4. So the loose exhaust and cylinder could of caused it?
  5. My husqvarna 372 started to not idle and being difficult to start. Took it to the dealer, there saying the bore is scored and the piston rings are stuck. They are saying I mixed the fuel and oil wrong. But I always run on Aspen. What else could of caused it? I did notice when it started to not idle, the exhaust was slightly loose, and the 4 bolts holding the cylinder down where loose, so tightened both to try again. But still the same, any idea to the cause?
  6. Do you store them out of sun light? As I was just going to put a lorry sheet on top
  7. So you use the 4 sided mosquito net, rather than the 2 sided? Are they strong? As they do not look it, I was thinking of trying some
  8. carpenter1

    Chain oil

    I think the 150, will check tomorrow. Seems good.
  9. carpenter1

    Chain oil

    I got some from Midlands lubricants https://www.midlandslubricants.co.uk/agricultural/chain-saw-oils/
  10. Is there any one in Devon with one? That would come for a day or two on hire, considering the idea of one.
  11. How are you finding the covers lasting? Where is best to buy them?
  12. How is everyone getting on with their covers, I am considering getting some. Where is best to buy from and what
  13. What processor is that out of interest?


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