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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Stihl 880

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Dave Thompson jr

01-28-2011 14:45:28
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There were post wanting to know if the adjustments worked. They did I had a bad day at work and came home and ran the living heck out of that saw. 3 tanks of gas and it runs and starts has more response and power than it had when it was bought. There were replys that said replace the coil. I had to do that on my 660 and it worked. As far as the 880 Baker called me a while back and said replace the diaphram and tighted the tabs on the needle that goes into the seat. It has very good response and is great to run. A totally different Saw now. Going out and cutting firewood is a good stress relief for any one and I really enjoy it.

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01-28-2011 23:13:47
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 Re: Stihl 880 in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 01-28-2011 14:45:28  
What class and division do you pull the 880 in?



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ShaggyM

01-30-2011 13:00:16
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 Re: Stihl 880 in reply to ??? ??? ???, 01-28-2011 23:13:47  
Its for the open class at the Brush pulls! You use it to clear the brush to open the track!



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Mike Bock

01-28-2011 18:26:34
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 Re: Stihl 880 in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 01-28-2011 14:45:28  
thanks far the tip on were to get a sleave he got me one and far a good price too



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Mike Bock

01-28-2011 18:26:12
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 Re: Stihl 880 in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 01-28-2011 14:45:28  
thanks far the tip on were to get a sleave he got me one and far a good price too



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Dave Thompson jr

01-29-2011 16:24:22
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 Re: Stihl 880 in reply to Mike Bock, 01-28-2011 18:26:12  
Jeff Asbury at Murphys is a good place to buy parts. Very knowledgable and quick with the delivery.



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