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Offline Full Chisel

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Re: climbing saw
« Reply #20 on: June 20, 2012, 07:05:17 PM »
Well maybe so depends on how you look at things I guess .

They've tried the 192T's as well as the 335 Husqvarnas and niether had proven to be half the saw of the 020T or 200 T models of Stihls .At least in this area of the country

Just so you know sir I pretty much maintain the saws and equipment for two tree service companys  so I'm not exactly a novice at this stuff .That as well as maintain ,restore and occassionaly enhance a few of my own so as they say this is not my first rodeo . ;)

I would not attack your credentials. Just joining the discussion. As you've maintained the saws for the tree crews, you're the one qualified to draw comparison.

I'm only in tree work for the money, a rip roarin' good time and a surplus of firewood as my whole side of the family heats that way.

For me it all started with wood heat and an obsession with saws and a love for climbing.

This is a good kid that started this thread. He only wants to know about Huskys. I'd have one in a minute, NO DOUBT.

Back in the glory days of us motocrossers, a Husky was coveted property. They pull a wheelie in top gear. The kickstarter on the wrong side.
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Re: climbing saw
« Reply #21 on: June 20, 2012, 07:16:44 PM »
Bought the 200T last fall to replace  a 20 which has seen more than a few hours but is still a great runner. In fact the 20 is a lot quicker on throttle up and actually seems to run at higher rpms than new one.

No complaints on either just hope the new one needs more break in or could it be the difference in the models?

Question for thosw in the know.
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Re: climbing saw
« Reply #22 on: June 20, 2012, 07:28:53 PM »
The trimmers tried the little 335's .They were cheaper of course.They liked the balance but when they all died from bad oilers and the dealer was too dumb to fix them that pretty much sealed the fate of that model in this area .I have three in my shed ,one that oils because I fixed it .

There's been good reports on the 338 model but I've never even seen let alone operated one .

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