Husqvarna 141 chainsaw

Husqvarna 141 Chainsaw – Most Amazing Tool For Professionals

The Husqvarna 141 chainsaw is a perfect saw for home uses. Currently, it is no longer in production. Sometimes we may see ads for selling Husqvarna 141 chainsaws on different online and offline marketplaces. This article will help you to make your decision about buying it depending on price and physical condition. We will elaborately discuss a general overview of the Husqvarna 141 motor saw in this article. So, stay tuned!

Husqvarna 141 Overview

The 141 saw is designed to be used outdoors. It is perfect for those who work in different environments, including professional and part-time gardens and yard uses. Also, for any felling applications. It can be used for construction or forestry jobs also. The constructive design of the saw is very attractive, ergonomic, lightweight, and macho-looking! Anyone can use it without having any prior experience of using chainsaws. It is a perfect choice for both home use and professional uses.

Types of Jobs can be done with Husqvarna 141

  • Cutting small logs
  • Clearing
  • Pruning
  • Limbing

Husqvarna 141 isn’t the type of saw you’d use to chop larger logs or prepare significant amounts of firewood. It’s not designed to use the whole day. For heavier use, a larger, more powerful machine like the Husqvarna 359 would be preferable. Nonetheless, it’s a dependable little saw that does the job.

A 16-inch bar is commonly sold and used with Husqvarna 141 Chainsaw.

Husqvarna 141 Specs

The exact specification may slightly vary depending on when and where the saw was manufactured.

Weight: 4.60 kg. or 10.14 lbs

Engine power: 2.60 HP / 1.90 kW

Cylinder displacement: 40.20 cc.

Fuel tank volume: 0.41 l. / 0.86 US pint fuel capacity

Oil pump: Automatic

Oil tank volume: 0.2 liter

Download Manual: Husqvarna 141 Manual.

The Husqvarna 136 and the 141 are quite similar. Husqvarna 136 chainsaw has a 36cc engine, which is the biggest difference.

The Husqvarna 240, the 435, and the 440 are all 40cc chainsaws as well. Both of these items may be obtained brand new at a reasonable price.

Husqvarna 141 Features

The Huskvarna 141 specs and features were fantastic when it was first debuted, but now nothing has changed with it, and the only change that could have been needed for this saw to win more fans would’ve been a richer engine. Because most of its competition no longer exists in the industry today due to new patents on chainsaws, there is little demand from homeowners as well as professional users.

1. Well Balanced

The Husqvarna 141 is powerful, always starts, and it’s well balanced as well as light.

2. Easy operation

Very easy to operate, even anyone can use it even prior experience.

3. Air Injection

Centrifugal air cleaning system for a longer time between air filter cleans. It won’t kick back when in auto mode and can remain deafening (swear word intended) to others.

4. Easy-grip

The grip of the Husqvarna 141 Chainsaw is very good, it will not slip when operating.

5. The two-mass principle

Vibration damping with the handles isolated from the engine.

6. Safer to use

Double acting chain brake, right-hand guard, and chain catcher make the saw safer to use.

7. Three-piece crankshaft

Forged three-piece crankshaft for maximum durability for the toughest applications.

8. Low noise level

Only 98.5 dB(A) which is quieter than other models. The carburetor of this chainsaw is excellent.

9. Low weight

  It’s very lightweight which means faster acceleration.

Husky 141 Rebuild, Worth It?

In general, it’s worth rebuilding and replacing parts on this chainsaw. Spare parts for this Husky Chainsaw is available online and it’s not costly. So, in our opinion, if you can get a cheap second-hand machine for under $50-$60, it’s worth spending a few bucks to rebuild it. There is always depends on how valuable your time is for you. If used properly, the 141, like other superb discontinued Huskys like the Husqvarna 51 chainsaw and the Husky 345, will most likely serve you well.

Maintenance of Husqvarna 141 Chainsaw

Every time after using the machine you should check and lubricate the bar sprocket hole. It is recommended to clean the air filter of the chainsaw in every 5 hours of operation. You should inspect and clean the chain brake every five hours of operation. In every 25 hours of operation, you should clean the spark arresting screen and muffler for better performance. Yearly you should replace the spark plug and fuel filter. The piston and clutch should go through maintenance by any nearby authorized service dealer of Husqvarna.

Air Filter Cleaning of Husqvarna 141 Chainsaw

A dirty air filter decreases engine performance and increases fuel consumption. You should always clean the air filter every five hours of operation.

Carburetor Adjustments

Carburetor adjustment is a complicated task, it is recommended to take the machine to the nearest authorized service dealer. Damage will occur if you turn the needles beyond the limiter stops.

Bar Maintenance

If your saw cuts to one side, has to be forced through the cut, or has been run with an improper amount of bar lubrication it may be necessary to service your chainsaw bar.

To maintain guide bar:

  • Move ON/STOP switch to the STOP Position
  • Loosen and remove chain brake nuts and chain brake. Remove bar and chain from saw.
  • Clean the oil holes and bar groove after every 5 hours of operation
  • Add lubricant to sprocket hole after each use
  • Burring of guide bar rails is a normal process of rail wear. Remove these burrs with a flat file.
  • When the rail top is uneven, use a flat file to restore square edges and sides.

You should replace the guide bar when the groove is worn, the guide bar is bent or cracked, or when excess heating or burring of the rails occurs. If replacement is necessary, use only the guide bar specified for your saw in the repair parts list or on the decal located on the chainsaw.

Frequently Asked Question

Q1. How much can I expect to pay for a new Husqvarna 141 chainsaw?

Ans: As this model is discontinued to manufacture, you need to buy a second-hand one and expect to pay between $100 and $150 for a good working chainsaw.

Q2. How old is a Husqvarna 141 Chainsaw?

Ans: The production and manufacturing of Husqvarna 141 started in 1998 and last up to 2009.

Q3. Can I buy used parts for my Husqvarna 141 chainsaw?

Ans: To rebuild your Husqvarna 141 Chainsaw it is not recommended to use second-hand parts but you can use them if the condition of the parts is good to use.

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