Hi all. After my 048 started giving me fits I figured I'd look for a newer 20" saw with a chain brake and easier to get parts. I looked at the Stihl 311, 391, 362 and several Husqvarnas. I ended up up finding a deal on a year old MS362C-M. The guy bought it last year, and cut a couple truckloads of wood with it before injuring his back. When I went to look at it it wasn't oiling and the bar looked to be in moderately poor shape. It had the heat blueing along the entire length of the bar top and bottom along the chain groove and the chain wobbles side to side in the groove. The groove and oil holes were clogged up with pine sawdust and no oil was getting to the chain. I pulled the bar and chain and fired the saw up and it pumped oil just fine. I don't know if the bar or chain can be saved or not, but the powerhead looked almost new. I bought it with the like new case for $350. I figure if I have to put a new bar and chain on it I'd still be ahead from what I've seen them going for online used. I've got a couple questions about it. My 048 has a nice Tsumura 20" bar. I was wondering if there would be any issue with running it on the 362? Also, the 362 has an adjustable oiler. With bar and chain oil being relatively cheap I figured I'd run it pretty much wide open and reduce the risk of burning up another bar and chain, but I was wondering if you guys adjust yours due to bar length or what other conditions would warrant opening up or closing down the oiler?