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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by WETSCAPE, Oct 22, 2008.
You should also take a look at Dolmar!
if you are just going to be doing light work, the 180 might be a good idea, $200, or if youre really feeling like a man go for the 441 25"bar.
Shindaiwa 490 will suit you just fine. Most just say stihl cuz its everywhere try Shindy...trust me its worth it
Husky ae the best saws hands down buy the 450 model an you will love it ,,,,
Agree. Stupid question. Stihl is the only way to go. Get an 020T and a 46 and you will not look back. You will not need anything else.
Id recommend a STIHL 210 or 250. I have been running Stihls for years and years and have NEVER EVER had any mechanical problems. Stihl really is worth the $$.
We have a Husky 142 that runs circles around a stihl ms290 period!!!!
if ur just pruining go with the smallest chainsaw stihl makes that thing is great. i cant remember what its called. but its small enough u can hold it in one hand. i use it all the time when u have to climb a tree and cut down branches. its like a side arm.
I will second the shindaiwa 490....great saw by a great company. Use my all the time and it has never let me down.
i think it is still called the 020T. t for top handle.