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Old 04-16-2013, 10:05 PM
crazyflyboy30 crazyflyboy30 is offline
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Husqvarna 562XP is all that ?

Husqvarna 562XP is all that and bag of chips.
I put one on order.
Please say it good saw.
Or will I have $800 headache?
Can I put it on my computer myself ?
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Old 04-16-2013, 10:18 PM
GrassGuerilla GrassGuerilla is offline
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I've heard nothing but good about them. My 372 still gets it done. Autotune is supposed to be very solid. Even going so far as to say it protects the engine from running too lean if something goes wrong. Great performance out of the box too. The guys on Arboristsite sure sing their praises.
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Old 04-16-2013, 10:37 PM
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I've heard nothing but good about them. My 372 still gets it done. Autotune is supposed to be very solid. Even going so far as to say it protects the engine from running too lean if something goes wrong. Great performance out of the box too. The guys on Arboristsite sure sing their praises.
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Thank You this what need to hear .To me $800 is a lot of money .
I got a Husqvarna 450 for $360 .Not what I was looking for . I have been using a big Pioneer P60 but it about gone.
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Old 04-16-2013, 10:45 PM
GrassGuerilla GrassGuerilla is offline
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I highly advise running only ethanol free mix. Keep the chain sharp, use a good mix, then draiin the tank, and let it idle dry with a cool engine, it should last a long time.

Sharp chains, and storing them dry goes a long way. Don't wash it with water, just use compressed air to blow out the dust and chips.
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:50 PM
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I highly advise running only ethanol free mix. Keep the chain sharp, use a good mix, then draiin the tank, and let it idle dry with a cool engine, it should last a long time.

Sharp chains, and storing them dry goes a long way. Don't wash it with water, just use compressed air to blow out the dust and chips.
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Yes ethanol free mix.I go a long way out of my way and pay more to get ethanol free gas.I use Alco's Synthetic No Smoke Two Stroke Oil at 32/1 or Amsoil Saber Professional at 64/1 I know this is over kill.
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