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Offline Woodcutter_Mo

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Re: Own three chain saws if possible.
« Reply #80 on: March 31, 2018, 01:14:30 PM »
Well, something happened and now I have a 3rd Husky... Long story short, I added a  550XP to the mix.   ;D

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 The 024 will serve light duty use and the be the 3rd saw if one of the huskys goes down.  ;)
One more is never enough.

That's a true statement  ;)

Well, something happened and now I have a 3rd Husky... Long story short, I added a  550XP to the mix.   ;D

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 The 024 will serve light duty use and the be the 3rd saw if one of the huskys goes down.  ;)
Get some dirt on those saws!!(Image hidden from quote, click to view.)
 They do but they get the ol air compressor treatment alot  :D

 
- WoodMizer LT25, Kohler, all manual, old "drag" style WoodMizer sharpener, cat claw single  setter
- Husqvarna 372XP X-Torque/24" bar, 455 Rancher X-Torque/20" bar, 550XP/20" bar, Stihl 024AV/18" Oregon speedcut
- Kioti DK45, '92 Dodge Cummins with Cannonball  bed, '07 Honda Rancher

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Re: Own three chain saws if possible.
« Reply #81 on: March 31, 2018, 03:45:22 PM »


 They do but they get the ol air compressor treatment alot  :D

 

Pat yourself on the back ;)  At least you clean your saws!   You ought to see what comes in my shop here sometimes. ::)    They need cleaned before you can work on them. arg-smiley

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« Reply #82 on: March 31, 2018, 04:17:59 PM »



Pat yourself on the back ;)  At least you clean your saws!   You ought to see what comes in my shop here sometimes. ::)    They need cleaned before you can work on them. arg-smiley
 I can imagine the saw mechanics share my appreciation for a clean saw  :) 
- WoodMizer LT25, Kohler, all manual, old "drag" style WoodMizer sharpener, cat claw single  setter
- Husqvarna 372XP X-Torque/24" bar, 455 Rancher X-Torque/20" bar, 550XP/20" bar, Stihl 024AV/18" Oregon speedcut
- Kioti DK45, '92 Dodge Cummins with Cannonball  bed, '07 Honda Rancher

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« Reply #83 on: April 01, 2018, 05:33:48 AM »
1960 I came into this world at a Marine base in North Carolina. Cost my folks three dollars. I bought a 064AV in 1992. That 064 was the only saw I used, never felt the need for additional saws, mentally or physically. Now the totally restored 064 only comes out when the two foot bar on my 044 or 372xp isn't long enough to reach through the tree. It's a beast of a saw and physically demanding. Limbing with my ms170 is faster and doesn't stov me up. For that reason, yes, I'll switch saws

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« Reply #84 on: April 01, 2018, 03:03:39 PM »
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