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Offline Typhoon

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New Saw
« on: September 02, 2003, 09:09:41 PM »
Hello all! Just wanted to tell you all about my saw after a couple weeks of use. I am cutting tops that the loggers left on my 50 acres, I have about 40 tops to cut up. I have been using my new saw for about 4 hours/day for 2 weeks now. It is a Husky 350. This is my first Husky. All of my other saws were homelite and poulan. And I have to say, this is one awesome saw!! I cannot say enough about it. The saw starts by the 3rd or 4th pull regardless of whether its hot or not. It cuts wood like butter compared to my other saws. And there is barely any vibration at all. My other saws were ok but I had to work on them alot.  If anyone is even thinking about getting one of these, DO IT.. you won't be sorry, I am very impressed. It has an 18" bar. Its not a huge saw or anything, but has OVER enough power for its size. It never bogs.
Go Husky!! ;D
Brad Dawson, Anna IL (Southern tip)
Husky 346xpNE, Husky 357XP, Norwood Lumbermate2000


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