I will absolutely give them that. Every Maruyama tool I've used has been excellent. In terms of simple reliability, they are top shelf.
A few guys around here that run them on crews simply buy a spare unit to canabalize for parts. Then order parts to complete their "back-up" tool. Parts aren't needed much, but when they are it can be a joke. If they fix that parts supply, look out Stihl.
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