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Husqvarna / Re: Husqvarna 3120
« Last post by Cut4fun . on October 24, 2020, 11:48:47 am »
Tuning woods ported by Jason Egan of ID 3120  and a 394 today with new muffler modded mufflers.  3/8 8T and 16" bars for play.

Will post pics in a bit.
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Echo / Re: Echo 7310
« Last post by Cut4fun . on October 24, 2020, 07:43:27 am »
Pouring in everywhere now. Friend  got 2 in to start.

Both getting ported.
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Husqvarna / Husqvarna 590 595 592 ?
« Last post by Cut4fun on October 23, 2020, 09:42:19 am »
In 2021, Husqvarna, one of the world’s leading producers of forest, park and outdoor power equipment products, will unveil its newest generation of 90cc class chainsaws. This new, high-power chainsaw follows the success of such iconic chainsaws, including the 281 XP, 288 XP, 390 XP and the 395 XP. With a focus on performance, maneuverability and durability, this new high-power chainsaw generation from Husqvarna will provide professionals the reliability and productivity they need.

The new 90cc class of chainsaw was developed together with professional foresters and tree workers from around the world and is equipped with increased cutting capacity, superior ergonomics and enhanced balance for optimal maneuverability. Paired with Husqvarna’s X-Cut chain and new professional light weight bars, both production fallers and tree care crews will now be able to experience the ultimate high-power cutting system developed for their most demanding tasks.

“The new 90cc class chainsaw from Husqvarna was designed first and foremost to exceed the accomplishments of its predecessors,” said Andreas Rangert, vice-president for the tree professional unit at Husqvarna. “We’ve improved the cutting capacity while optimizing the weight and refining the balance – all without compromising on durability. Be you a logger operating in some of the most remote areas of the world or a tree care professional removing a diseased tree in the city, you can rely upon Husqvarna’s next high power 90cc class to always perform.”

More details about the new Husqvarna 90cc class chainsaw generation, including a new technology, will be presented soon and available to buy from the second half of 2021. Local launch timelines may vary.
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Husqvarna / Husqvarna 590 595 592 ?
« Last post by Cut4fun on October 23, 2020, 09:39:06 am »
Husqvarna to unveil newest generation of 90cc chainsaws in 2021

https://www.woodbusiness.ca/husqvarna-to-unveil-newest-generation-of-90cc-chainsaws-in-2021/

There is talk of a 90cc in this thread being tested.  http://chainsawrepair.createaforum.com/husqvarna/new-70cc-huasqvarna-572/
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Echo / Re: Echo 7310
« Last post by Cut4fun . on October 21, 2020, 09:59:07 am »
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Husqvarna / Re: 562XP (2020) and 555 (2020)
« Last post by Andyshine77 on October 21, 2020, 04:11:50 am »
Thanks. I was disappointed that the 550 Mark II seems to have gained a pound with the update. Apparently the 562 did not.
The 562 has gained a measurable amount weight throughout it's lifespan.

I don't doubt it, but the weight specs at least for this last update to the 562XP (2020) didn't seem to change (not that their specs are always honest).
They updated them awhile back. And yes most of the specs in the husky site are not accurate.
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Husqvarna / Re: 562XP (2020) and 555 (2020)
« Last post by John Mc on October 21, 2020, 03:54:56 am »
Thanks. I was disappointed that the 550 Mark II seems to have gained a pound with the update. Apparently the 562 did not.
The 562 has gained a measurable amount weight throughout it's lifespan.

I don't doubt it, but the weight specs at least for this last update to the 562XP (2020) didn't seem to change (not that their specs are always honest).
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Husqvarna / Re: 562XP (2020) and 555 (2020)
« Last post by Andyshine77 on October 21, 2020, 12:06:00 am »
Thanks. I was disappointed that the 550 Mark II seems to have gained a pound with the update. Apparently the 562 did not.
The 562 has gained a measurable amount weight throughout it's lifespan.
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Husqvarna / Re: 562XP (2020) and 555 (2020)
« Last post by John Mc on October 20, 2020, 02:16:22 pm »
Thanks. I was disappointed that the 550 Mark II seems to have gained a pound with the update. Apparently the 562 did not.
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