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Old October 30th, 2012, 09:32 AM   #91
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Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
I managed/ worked at a tree service for several years until being sold. I have used just about everything and personally own saws ranging from a sthil 026 to a husky 3120. What size saw are you looking for, or what do you plan on doing with it?

Husky/ johnsord/ and redmax are all made by the same parent company and share alot of parts and technology.

Someone mentioned dolmar they make a great saw for the money. Look for the makita badged ones.

Sthil makes a good saw as well.

I would stay away from saws sold at big box stores and get a professional saw. They tend to be lighter and more powerful than the homeowner versions.

My favorite/ most used saw is a non epa husky 346xp with 18" bar. If you combine that with a husky 372xp or sthil 460 you have a combo that will handle almost any cutting need.

If you have any questions let me know.

Wow, a new person with a decent first post! Refreshing for sure. Welcome to the forum.
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