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a recommended showroom for Stihl or Husqvarna?

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Hello, I am new to this forum, as it was suggested by my local tree surgeon.

There are a few STIHL/HUSQVARNA dealers around me, but what I want to know is which one would have a good selection of products on show? I am in 2 minds to either go with cordless or petrol. Cordless seems like a good long term investment, as the battery is compatible with many optional tools in a range. But wondered if the power is there.

 

Thanks

 

Danni

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Is fr jones not inabout london somewhere, been out at honey bros near guildford many many years ago when on railways.

No idea wot else is in that area.

 

U don't mention wot u want the saw to do?

Would u even be better with a corded 240v saw if just using it in the back garden, be quieter than petrol and cheaper than both

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Hi, I am looking for MS391by Stihl. It is for my family home in Wales, got a lot of tree to take back and cut.

I popped into Gayways (based in Harrow), as they are the closest to me (thanks drinksloe). The shop staff were excellent and knew the product well. Highly recommend a visit.

I am just deciding on a Alaskan Mill (one of the staff at Gayways mentioned through conversation he was having with someone at the shop.) I could make usa of the trees after felling them.

I am not planning to use this all year round, but atleast 3 times a year. Does anyone recommend the Motomix Fuel (Premixed fuel by Stihl) or even Aspen?

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9 minutes ago, DANIELCOPE said:

Hi, I am looking for MS391by Stihl. It is for my family home in Wales, got a lot of tree to take back and cut.

I popped into Gayways (based in Harrow), as they are the closest to me (thanks drinksloe). The shop staff were excellent and knew the product well. Highly recommend a visit.

I am just deciding on a Alaskan Mill (one of the staff at Gayways mentioned through conversation he was having with someone at the shop.) I could make usa of the trees after felling them.

I am not planning to use this all year round, but atleast 3 times a year. Does anyone recommend the Motomix Fuel (Premixed fuel by Stihl) or even Aspen?

If you are only going to use he saw  about 3 times a year then Aspen or similar pre mixed alkelite  fuel would be a must .

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If you are doing the work in Wales, then buy in Wales! If ought goes wrong or it needs a service, the local dealer will beglad to see you if you brought it off him!

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54 minutes ago, PeteB said:

If you are doing the work in Wales, then buy in Wales! If ought goes wrong or it needs a service, the local dealer will beglad to see you if you brought it off him!

Yep makes sense north or south wales though i wonder

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