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ElliotSmith

Husqvarna 372xp

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So after getting my 372 a few years ago I wanted to turn it into a west coast style falling saw just for fun. After looking through the parts diagrams I now have this. 4edbac908a47b0fcb7d1f7e5573a6e4c.jpg

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Looks very nice but without some serious porting, has pretty much the same performance as a standard saw!

Stubby - show him yours:D

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Looks very nice but without some serious porting, has pretty much the same performance as a standard saw!
Stubby - show him yours

That is true, it's all oem bolt on stuff but it's still a working saw for me right now but when the time comes there might be plans for some porting.

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i was going to do that to mine for fun too but not cheap to do over here , different air filter  high top cover full wrap ,big dogs , but looks nice , so just got a 395 xp which has all that already :-)

 

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I bought a 372 XPW which has a wrap handle, big dawgs and a 75cc engine from Madsens Saw Shop in Washington when I was out there felling big timber with the North Zone Timber Fallers. No I wasn't actually, i was on a rock climbing holiday, but i do have the saw.

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