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MS 271 FARM BOSS - 18 in. Bar

MS271 18

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Easley - Landscapers Supply of Easley

Greenville - Landscapers Supply of Greenville

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Bringing reduced-emission technology to mid-range chainsaws, the STIHL MS 271 FARM BOSS® is ideal for felling, firewood cutting and storm cleanup tasks. An improved low-emission, fuel-efficient engine cuts emissions by 50% when compared to previous models and delivers 20% longer run times than traditional 2-stroke engines.

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ManufacturerStihl
Model #MS 271 Farm Boss
Made in USAYes
UsageFarm & Ranch
Engine Displacement50.2 cc (3.06 cu. in.)
Engine Power2.6 kW (3.49 bhp)
Power SourceGas
Fuel Capacity500 cc (16.9 oz.)
Powerhead Weight5.6 kg (12.3 lbs.)
Chain Oil Capacity240 cc (8.12 oz.)
Oilomatic® Chain26 RM3
Guide Bar Lengths (Recommended ranges)40 to 50 cm (16" to 20") STIHL ROLLOMATIC®
Bar Length18"

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Built in the USA
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Pre-Separation Air Filtration System 
This time-saving technology boosts the efficiency of the engine’s filter system, doubling the time between air filter cleanings. Air drawn into the engine is first separated via centrifugal force, ejecting the heavier dirt particles before being routed to the air filter. This pre-separation means less dirt to be captured by the air filter, resulting in less frequent cleaning and maintenance.

Anti-Vibration System 
STIHL has developed a system for minimizing the vibration levels of handheld outdoor power equipment. The STIHL anti-vibration system helps reduce operator fatigue and provides a more comfortable working experience.

Toolless fuel and oil caps with retainers
Simply lift the lever and twist the caps to remove or tighten. There‘s no need to use a tool to tighten or loosen.

Side-Access Chain Tensioner 
The side-access chain tensioner makes it much more convenient for the user to adjust the saw chain with a bar wrench as opposed to the typical location of the guide bar adjustment screw.