In need of bigger saw

Discussion in 'Tree Service Equipment' started by Guest, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. Guest

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    If you already have a 65cc saw, and you enjoy the Huskies, then I would suggest you pick up a 390 - I have one and love it! :D
     
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    If you are looking to get a larger husky I would suggest the 372xp (if you can find one). If not the next best thing (bigger) is the 385xp. Both these saws can effectively run bars from 20" to 36" (what I run). Sorry its a little quiet around here, I stopped checking every day.
     
  3. Guest

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    New to the site but visit lawnsite alot.

    I have three saws - husky and jonsreed. Biggest being 65 cc saw. I don't cut alot of wood but when the job presents itself and it is of easy to fell the tree we will do it.

    I also work with an area tree company and they provide me with alot of wood that is ash, oak, etc. Alot of times these are in chunks and we need to cut to size. I therefore split the wood and sell.

    But I have been getting alot of big stuff - nice wood but big and I need a bigger bar therefore thinking of getting a bigger saw and therefore spending some money.

    I would like to stay with the husky or jonsreed line due to me having there saws already.

    Thinkiing of getting a saw in the 70 plus cc range that is capable of handeling a 24 - 32 inch bar.
     
  4. Guest

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    A whole lot of viewing but to advice?
     
  5. Guest

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    New to this site, but not new to chainsaw forums. How big you want :laugh:?
    I been cleaning out my stable of big saws. Had 6 runners from 118cc-122cc, down to 2 122cc and one of the 084 is for sale with 21" 404.

    Not much difference in the 65cc husky special 365 closed port and the 372 70.7cc. I own quite a few of each.
     
  6. Guest

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    Saw has been traded off elsewhere.
     
  7. Guest

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    I would go with a husky 395 xp i have one and it is great
     
  8. Guest

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    The 660 is an awesome saw but he has husky dealers near him
     
  9. Guest

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    New to this site.
    If you are going to go with a Husky and you are looking for great saw new to the market, check out the husky 562. It is a amazing saw, light and with auto tune. It will run against my 372xp all day long.
     
  10. Guest

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    Get a Stihl...go for the 660.
    You will never need another saw again.

    atlanta-area-tree-service.com
     

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