Do we agree lubrication needs? Heck yes, as far as I can tell. I will offer the caveat though that much advertising and claims with modern oils is based on hype. Not everything, but much.
But stating that some of the engine designs I mentioned are out of use and not worth discussing? That's a silly thing to say on a Website that has a focus on older stuff. Same goes with claiming the older stuff is no longer in use. I still use my Stihl 050 quite a bit. Same with my 040 and S10. I also have a Sthil Oll that I occasionally use as a climbing saw. The 050 and 0ll are examples of saws that lack two ball bearings as mains. I also have a couple of late 60s, early 70s vintage Homelites and Poulans that not only lack ball bearing mains - they also have very thin cylinder wall platings and they are quite inferior to what is taken for granted now in new saws. I still use them as spare saws at several remote properties.
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