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    They make really good gas-powered fans, 2-cycle. BR...something or other.
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    Some 4x4 cants of black oak for a wood turner. He makes fishing poles. These will be turned into handles.
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    Skip the fan and run a Husqy vastly superior air filtration. Just saying.

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    still will be a lot of exhaust, up close.
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    That'll be some beefy handles, Stephen
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    My 362 with the pleated filter stays very clean. I think I've blown it out once in cutting ~7 cord of mostly oak. Ash is just nasty to cut. Really dusty, and it coats everything in a layer of crud that doesn't want to come off. It's a nice wood, but I wouldn't be pleased cutting it all the time. My 661 is still too new. I've milled a few slabs of ash with it. I'll check the filter before I fire it up next time. Hopefully next week.

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ID:	95588 362c after 2 tanks Buckin up some logs ... the 241c , 261c , and 362c all share this twist-on cartridge style filter ... as you can see fines are beginning to creep past the filter ! Greasing the lip helps but the flaw is the plastic cam-lock finger which retains the filter

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    I'll have to look next time I pull it out. Mine hasn't gotten that dusty, that I can remember anyway. I was surprised at how clean everything was. My echo 2511t OTOH, gets filthy quick. Nothing's gotten past the filter, but it gets dirty fast.

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ID:	95592 ... this finger wears over time and the filter can allow fines into the firing chamber which WILL kill your Saw over time ... I machined an aluminum adapter to allow the use of an oiled k/n filter (no option for max/flow on these saws ! ) Click image for larger version. 

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