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Offline sawinredneck

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Re: husky 262
« Reply #10 on: March 18, 2011, 05:41:33 pm »
The weight and power made it an ideal firewood saw. A lot easier to carry in the woods and enough power to buck wood up fairly quickly. The power to weight has been hard to beat ever since.
I had one, wish I still did, but got fed up with it. Finicky damn things! Coils are weak and $75 each. Crank seal are starting to go on them now as well, due to age.
Mine pulled a 20" bar in Oak all day long, never had a problem with the power it had.
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