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Re: 335XPT California Vs 338XPT
« on: January 02, 2014, 04:48:53 pm »
Just saving air filter info on these.  The newer air filter set up.

Air Filter Nylon Mesh #52 For Husqvarna 334T 335Xpt 338Xpt  shows all white  .  This filter has a #52 medium nylon mesh material on the surface that picks up sawdust and debris. This filter works well in clean cutting condition, and is recommended when cutting in sub freezing temperatures that would ice up a felt filter. These are oil-less filters. Air filters can load up quickly, so we recommend having a couple of spares handy. Fits the following chainsaws: Husqvarna 334 T, 335 XPT (after S/N 8500309), 338 XPT

Air Filter Nylon Mesh #80 For Husqvarna 334T, 335Xpt, 338Xpt  black frame .    This filter has a #80 fine nylon mesh material on the surface that picks up fine particles of dust. They filter very well (which is a good thing), but tend to ice up in sub freezing conditions. We recommend a #52 nylon mesh filter for frozen sawing. Filters can load up quickly, so we recommend having a couple of spares handy. Fits the following chainsaws: Husqvarna 334 T, 335 XPT (after S/N 8500309), 338 XPT
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