Stihl ms 880 150cm vs big oak log

Coming from a traditional dolmar guy it looks like a really good tool. Only two screws to service, very steady idle and clean full throttle pulls. As for the stupid comments about the air filter he specifically notes he is opening it after 20 refills. There is absolutely no saw in the market that doesn’t require […]

Coming from a traditional dolmar guy it looks like a really good tool. Only two screws to service, very steady idle and clean full throttle pulls. As for the stupid comments about the air filter he specifically notes he is opening it after 20 refills. There is absolutely no saw in the market that doesn’t require cleaning after 10 refills. Let alone 20 that he did.

And when it breaks, is the tech going to be able to fix it? How long until you receive the parts? Are the parts going to cost 10 times as much? My Stihl dealer is a crook, and charges $70 to change the fuel lines. There is no telling how much it would cost to fix this saw when it breaks. I would be leery to adopt this technology this early. Thank you for the great video. Be safe my friends!

Great review, love that acceleration-fabulous operator, my only scratch my head moment, is the amount of saw dust under those covers and air-filter. been problem for many Stihl chainsaws……Here in Southeast Alaska on the Tongas National Forest, I have been running my Stihl 440 and 460 for years, for logging, chainsaw milling, and with my Lewis winch. As I have grown older and my family has grown I run my saws less frequently. Over time the only problems I have had with my Stihls were carburetor related (2 rebuilds each), so I am EXCITED about fuel injection. My 460 is 15 years old so I think I can justify the 500i when it comes out. Thanks for a good video!

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