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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2015
    Pelican Lake, WI

    Default 372xp rebuild advice?

    Anyone rebuilt their 372 and can recommend a place to get parts, and especially a good walkthrough video? I've never done it but I'm sure I'm capable just like to see it done once to know what I'm doing

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2015
    Litchfield NY


    YouTube has a few videos for that saw. Most parts are online for them also. Or google nearest dealer parts and kits are available for them.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Covington Twp. Pa.


    I just put a new piston in a Husky 350. A very easy job. Piston ring and wristpin on eBay $25.00 Lots of rebuild videos on YouTube. My cylinder had no grooves just aluminum on the wall. Cleaned it off with some muriatic acid and a Qtip. Just be careful of the fumes, you don't want to breathe that stuff.
    2x3 Patrick Phaneuf pan
    Homemade arch
    100+ taps
    Sugar Shack in future
    Wife into it as much as me
    Also do homebrew


  4. #4
    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Western PA


    I’ve only ever rebuilt stihls, but I’ve had a fair amount of luck on eBay buying kits to rebuild them, but most times they weren’t OEM parts. Keep in mind you get what you pay for. Sounds like it shouldn’t be too bad of a job. Farmertec made some half decent aftermarket parts
    2017= 11 buckets and hobby pan
    2018= 160 taps on 3/16, Leader 2x6
    2019= 450 taps on 3/16, 3 4"membrane RO
    2020= 500 taps
    2021= 600 taps CDL 12” vac filter
    110 HP Ford TW-5 for hauling sap

    Just a kid trying to figure out the sugaring game!

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Saratoga, NY


    Check out either Hearth.com or Arborsite.com forums, some real experienced chainsaw enthusiasts over on both of those sites and very helpful. I bought a mint Stihl 400 Magnum off a guy after asking for his help rebuilding another saw...shipped it for free from Oregon.

    Anywhoo, just saying they are good people - good luck!
    2015: 8 bucket taps (7 red, 1 sugar) on DIY barrel evaporator
    2016: 13 taps (bucket and tube) on bock arch and hotel pans
    2017: 25 taps...same setup
    2018: 25 taps on 2x3 flat pan and resurrected barrel arch
    2019: 25 taps...same setup plus DIY 3x150gpd RO filter
    2020: 50 taps, all buckets...same setup with 50
    2021: Planning for 100 taps (50/50) on 2x4 divided pan

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    northern n.y.


    Rebuilt many saws using parts from this supplier.
    3x12 D&G Champion, 1100 taps w/27" of vac.New in 2013 600gph RO. 10 buckets for the kids.

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