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best chainsaws?

Old 06-25-2021, 12:34 AM
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Default best chainsaws?

Can you advise me for best chainsaw brands?
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Old 06-29-2021, 01:31 AM
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I cut firewood for market from sept thru march, Best saw I have found for average size timber and cutting wood is the Husqvarna 562 XP, an awesome lightweight saw with a great weight to HP ratio
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Old 06-29-2021, 04:36 AM
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the best brands is really not the question to be asking, as ALL good Brands these days make CHEAP JUNKY models and then they make more higher grade model saws
so the question to be asked , if you wanted to find the BETTER SAW for YOU!~
would be to tell us what all you need a saw for? HOW much will you use it, and on how large of tree's
and what your skill sets are wiwtha saw !

as TOO big a saw for a new person can lead to getting hurt

That said, the three brands I consider worth buying are Echo, Husqvarna and Stihl

one advantage I have found using many NEWER (last 10 yrs) of , Echo branded saws is they have MUCH longer warranty's (5 yrs, as to most other 2 yr)
and they have been holding up very well for MILD use!!

If your going to be using a LOT< then you really should invest in a PRO grade saw, they cost more for a reason!

if you only plan to cut a few things and never use again
many times a cheap throw away model will get the job done , but know it going in, that they are NOT great saw's and won't hold up all that great 99% of the time! and why there as cheap as they are!
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Old 08-01-2021, 03:21 PM
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I used to cut a lot of wood and have a collection of top-of-the-line saws. I also have a really old Poulan trimming saw. That old Poulan has outlasted numerous saws. Out in the woods when a saw inevitably craps out I always have that antique Poulan with me as a spare.
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