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Offline Spike60

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Any Husky dealers that were previously doing TSC service have the option to continue to service the Jonnys. Should they chose to do so, they can get coded so they can buy Jonsered parts from Husky rather than having to sign on with the local Jonsered distributor.
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There is a lot more wood cut with homeowner saws than the pro type saws we so desire.

Oh no, they can't really cut all that wood, can they? LOL

I see it all the time actually. The better homeowner saws can reliably get the job done for many years. And the other sad truth is that the way many of these folks take care of their saws, they shouldn't bother to invest in a pro saw. 
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There is a lot more wood cut with homeowner saws than the pro type saws we so desire.

Oh no, they can't really cut all that wood, can they? LOL

I see it all the time actually. The better homeowner saws can reliably get the job done for many years. And the other sad truth is that the way many of these folks take care of their saws, they shouldn't bother to invest in a pro saw. 

A big +1 on that! The few homeowner saws I do look like they were rode hard and put away wet! Nebraska horse term meaning abused!
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There is a lot more wood cut with homeowner saws than the pro type saws we so desire.

Oh no, they can't really cut all that wood, can they? LOL

I see it all the time actually. The better homeowner saws can reliably get the job done for many years. And the other sad truth is that the way many of these folks take care of their saws, they shouldn't bother to invest in a pro saw. 

Yep I see it too.   Oiler doesn't work no problem just keep using it.  Bars with grooves in them so deep that they are worthless to try and grind down.
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I have a local Jonsered dealer who works on any type of saw or mower brought to him. 

It is interesting & a little frustrating that he can order a part for a Jonsered using the part number from a Jonsered parts listing & if it is the same part as used on a Husqvarna saw the part will come with the Husqvarna color scheme.

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Most every small Jonsered or Red Max part comes in a little plastic Husqvarna bag. And it doesn't necessarily have to be a part that is shared with a Husky model. Some of the boxes have all brand logos on them, Poulan, Dixon, etc.
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Husky dealers can get Johnny parts you just have to know the part number, and it can not be red or black I do it a fair amount with my husky dealer.
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I just sold my Jonsered so I guess it will be a moot point for me hence forth.

 

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