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 Post subject: Homelite Super Wiz 66
PostPosted: Feb 18th, '09, 07:25 
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Up for trade is a Super Wiz 66. This is one of the last ones built according to the UT number. It has good spark and compression, I will fuel it later.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
PostPosted: Mar 2nd, '09, 14:23 
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how much for it no price bill on post

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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I am looking to trade it not sell it.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
PostPosted: Mar 20th, '09, 09:53 
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BillG wrote:
I am looking to trade it not sell it.

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Well Bill,what are you wanting to trade it for?That would look good beside my SW80.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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BillG wrote:
I am looking to trade it not sell it.

Bill

Well Bill,what are you wanting to trade it for?That would look good beside my SW80.



I do not have models in mind.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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Didn't know if there was anything in particular you were wanting to trade for.Would look good in my collection as a companion to my SW80.Btw,how big is the bar on there?Looks to be 24" just from guessing.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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Ive got a stihl 015av in nice working condition, OR a stihl 011 avt with a brand new 14" stihl bar and chain id be willing to trade for, im not sure what your saw its worth id imgaine 100-200 if it ran well?

Lemme know if your interisted.


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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stihltomany wrote:
Ive got a stihl 015av in nice working condition, OR a stihl 011 avt with a brand new 14" stihl bar and chain id be willing to trade for, im not sure what your saw its worth id imgaine 100-200 if it ran well?

Lemme know if your interisted.



Hello,

I am pretty well stocked in the small Stihl's

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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Hi Bill.
Didn't know you still had the SW66.Would you be interested in a Skil 1661[PM 177] that i have pics posted of in the library?Runs like a scalded dog,has a good 24"bar/3/8 .058ga chain and have a new Herr sprocket for it.Nothing wrong with the saw,just prefer Homelites more.Thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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That is a saw I will consider. I belive the bar and chain on the 66 are gone now. I think I had to put them on a 770GS.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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Bill,No problem there,can come up with a bar and chain for it.Was it in 1/2 pitch or .404?Can convert it to .404 with no problem,should handle a 28 or 30" bar with no problem,SW80 handles a 42" bar easily.Let me know if you want to trade.Thanks,Dave.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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Hi Bill,
Thought i'd touch bases with you and see if you had made a decision yet.Would really like to have that saw in my collection of big Homelite geardrives.Hope i'm not being too big of a pain.Thanks,Dave.

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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Give me a call some night after 7PM (8pm) your time

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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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ill trade u a twin cyclinder echo for it


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super Wiz 66
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homelitexl wrote:
ill trade u a twin cyclinder echo for it


This one is spoken for but I have another. Email me some pics of the Echo.

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