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Discussion in 'Tree Service Equipment' started by 321birdguy, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. 321birdguy

    321birdguy LawnSite Senior Member
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    i have a husky 550xp like this saw i mostly will do cleanup and other tree stuff no climbing and major tree work storm damage some
    with having my 50cc saw what outer pro husky saw should i look at? to own 2 saws i want a pro husky saw
    had a sthil ms 261 c_m tore um on first tank of gas returned to dealer they tried to say it was me so i all but cussed them they fixed it for free so no it happened again forget sthil saws they have good weedeatrs thoe and blowers just not saws what cc saw range should i consider
     
  2. pdreibels

    pdreibels LawnSite Senior Member
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    I got a little 16in echo saw thats 30something cc...super light for small work. You should also look into a top handle saw. Good for small stuff and 1 handin it
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  3. 321birdguy

    321birdguy LawnSite Senior Member
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    What do you guys think about a t435 husky say?
    QUOTE=pdreibels;5052527]I got a little 16in echo saw thats 30something cc...super light for small work. You should also look into a top handle saw. Good for small stuff and 1 handin it
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  4. pdreibels

    pdreibels LawnSite Senior Member
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    Never used husky stuff but the specs look good for what you're looking to use it for.
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  5. 321birdguy

    321birdguy LawnSite Senior Member
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    can it be bought online? where is the best price
     
  6. 321birdguy

    321birdguy LawnSite Senior Member
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    then the question is top hande or another saw non top handle
     
  7. XYZLawnPros

    XYZLawnPros LawnSite Senior Member
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    The Husqvarna 435 is at a pretty good price point right now. That is the model that is like a regular chainsaw. 40cc's. 12 to 18 inch bar. We use them a lot. We don't use it often for limbing. It is more used for bucking and cleaning up other downed debris.

    The Husqvarna (top handle) T435 is a fabulous limbing and all around clean up saw. Super duper light. Tons of power for what it does. It is at 35cc's and can use 12 to 16 inch bars. We also use them very frequently. They are at a pretty good price point depending on where you buy them from.

    Just make sure you use non-ethanol gas in them. Order spare professional bars and spare full chisel chains for them and you will be rockin' and rollin'.
     
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  8. 321birdguy

    321birdguy LawnSite Senior Member
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    i found t online with a 6 pk oil for 39$ and free shipping is this good shats the info no chain to order a spare
     
  9. whiffyspark

    whiffyspark LawnSite Fanatic
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    It depends on what you need a saw for
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  10. XYZLawnPros

    XYZLawnPros LawnSite Senior Member
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    Are you meaning to say you found a T435 online for 390.00 plus a 6 pack of husqvarna 2 cycle oil? Sounds way to high priced. I can get them from my Husqvarna dealer for 270.00 Plus tax.
     

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