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Milwaukee 6200

Postby snakes » Sep 25th, '13, 23:23

I have an old Milwaukee 6200 electric chainsaw.

The chain and bar are worn out and I was wondering if and where I could buy a new one in the United States. The bar has these numbers stamped into it: 11459 and 2050-9199.

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Re: Milwaukee 6200

Postby cliff » Sep 25th, '13, 23:37

A Homelite bar should fit it, One that fits a Super XL and get 3/8 chain for it.

Here is a link with some info on your saw.
http://www.acresinternet.com/cscc.nsf/3 ... enDocument
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Re: Milwaukee 6200

Postby snakes » Sep 26th, '13, 02:07

Thanks for the quick response. Does it matter whether I use a 16" or 20" bar and chain?

Would you expect bar and chains to be available for the Super XL's for the next 10 or 20 years? If not, I should probably cut my losses and find a different chainsaw.

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Re: Milwaukee 6200

Postby cliff » Sep 26th, '13, 02:28

I would use 16" or !8" bar. 3/8 chain will always be made. They stopped making SXL Saws
years ago but we can still find new and good used bars for them.
How much sawing do you do? Your Milwaukee 6200 is more of a collector saw now.
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Re: Milwaukee 6200

Postby snakes » Sep 26th, '13, 03:07

Not very much at all. That's why I still use it.

I would much prefer a gas chainsaw though, so I'm debating what route I should take.


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