2018 STIHL MS 291

$449.99


Availability
Brochure
Year
2018
Manufacturer
STIHL
Model
MS 291

Overview

Description

A high-performance, fuel-efficient chainsaw. Great for felling, firewood cutting and storm cleanup.



Another high-tech STIHL chainsaw, the MS 291 is built around one of our new fuel-saving engines with longer run times and lower emissions. And with an advanced pre-separation air filtration system, your air filter can last up to five times longer. Another great feature is an advanced anti-vibration system to reduce user fatigue. STIHL engineering is to thank for this high-powered, high-tech, low-maintenance chainsaw. It is truly a force to be reckoned with.

Model Features
  • Reduced-Emission Engine Technology - Caring for Nature: The STIHL Inc. “Caring for Nature" seal identifies its powered products that are more environmentally conscious, producing zero or low exhaust emissions. STIHL Inc. defines “low exhaust emissions" as being cleaner than EPA and/or CARB exhaust emission standards.
  • Built in the USA: Indicates products that are built in the United States from domestic and foreign parts and components.
Specifications
  • Displacement: 55.5 cc (3.39 cu. in.)
  • Engine Power: 2.8 kW (3.76 bhp)
  • Powerhead Weight: 5.6 kg (12.3 Ibs.)
  • Fuel Capacity: 500 cc (16.9 oz.)
  • Chain Oil Capacity: 240 cc (8.12 oz.)
  • Oilomatic® Chain: .325 RM3
  • Guide Bar Lengths (Recommended Ranges): 40 to 50 cm (16" to 20")STIHL ROLLOMATIC®
  • Power Source: Gas
Specifications
  • Oilomatic® Chain: .325 RM3
  • Guide Bar Lengths (Recommended Ranges): 40 to 50 cm (16" to 20")STIHL ROLLOMATIC®
NOTES:
STIHL recommends #3634 (26 RM3 67) OILOMATIC® saw chain and 16" 3003 000 6813 Ematic™ guide bar combination. The actual listed guide bar length can vary from the effective cutting length based on which powerhead it is installed on.

Specs

Engine

Displacement
3.39 cu. in. (55.5 cc)
Horse Power
3.76 bhp (2.8 kW)

General

Weight
12.3 lb. (5.6 kg)
Bar Length Options
16 in. to 20 in. (40 to 50 cm)

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