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Title: Echo 355T Weight
Post by: Eccentric on January 31, 2014, 10:20:22 pm
Anybody here weighed a cs-355T (powerhead only)?  If so, please post a pic of the saw on the scale.

Can't trust any manufacturer's paper specs.   
Title: Re: CS355T Weight
Post by: mountainlake on February 02, 2014, 05:50:22 am
 I don't have a 355 but have found Echo to be honest if not a little low on their published numbers on a good balance scale.  The best is as you want, sitting on a good scale with a pic..   Steve
Title: Re: CS-355T Weight
Post by: Cut4fun on November 15, 2014, 12:27:56 pm
echo 355 T PHO weight.  Shows lighter then the rest I remember seeing in the new bigger TH saws.


(http://photo.blsnelling.com/Chainsaws/Jobs/Echo-355T/i-Dd2xJzx/0/L/IMG_1647-L.jpg)
Title: Re: Echo 355T Weight
Post by: Eccentric on November 15, 2014, 05:53:48 pm
echo 355 T PHO weight.  Shows lighter then the rest I remember seeing in the new bigger TH saws.


(http://photo.blsnelling.com/Chainsaws/Jobs/Echo-355T/i-Dd2xJzx/0/L/IMG_1647-L.jpg)


That was the impression I got last year when I compared a 338XT, 540T, and 355T at the dealer.  If I was to buy a new tophandle it'd be the Echo.  We'll be getting one for the park (bucket saw) soon.  Will probably get one of the 536T Huskys (along with the rear handle version and a couple batteries) to use during the 'migratory bird treaty' period when we can't make noise (stupid marbled murlet...).