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Author Topic: Husky 281, 288 in Malaysia  (Read 793 times)

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Husky 281, 288 in Malaysia
« on: April 11, 2011, 01:40:34 PM »
There were some posts a while back discussing the Husky 281 and it's merits mostly regarding  longevity. Found it listed along with the 288 on the Husqvarna Malaysia site. Looks to still have the front mounted screw for chain adjustment. As was also pointed out a while back the Stihl 038 (MS 381) is still available in South Africa. Nice to see that these older designs are still viable in some markets.

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