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They might do but I imagine the manufacturing process can vary quite drastically.

 

I very much doubt Husqvarna or Stihl have their own forge knocking out axes and felling levers,  they will source it out but that is probably where the similarity ends.

 

 

 

 

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On 12/01/2019 at 21:10, Big Jim said:

Decided to give the cheapies a miss and ordered a Husky one from Skyland. Cheers for all the comments. 

Thanks, its always a please taking money from,sorry I meant providing a customer with the correct advice and service. :)

 

 Seriously, I think you will find it very difficult to beat Husqvarna when it comes to forestry tools.

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It was just coincidence Mark that Skyland happened to be about the cheapest - it was after I ordered that I noticed your profile and put 2 and 2 together.  🕵️‍♂️   I've used both Stihl and Husky levers before in my ranger days and usually reached for the Husky first (unlike saws when it was the reverse). That was when I didn't have to pay for the kit myself though.... hence wondering what the cheap ebay jobs were like.  I guess now though Ive got a bit of kit that will last..... unless I lose the bugger.

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