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Husky saws 390XP, 395XP, 3120XP to be discontinued?

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Looks like we will soon have loads of trees to do work on but nothing to cut them down with, perhaps harsh language would do it!

You been watching that film again
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2 hours ago, spudulike said:

I never realised chainsaws were such big polluters, I would have thought planes, trucks, cars and dodgy factories were as there are more of them and are running all the time they are in flight/on the road etc. 

I was always told to look at the big figures because in the big figures, there are easier gains to be made but what do I know.

Me too, I'd like to know the figures but it looks like the pissing of gnats, especially in relation to the CO emission requirements.

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Also the Dolmar Ps-9010 andmakita dcs-9010 and 115 range has been discontinued 
due to emissions
 
but if anyone wants a new 288xp or stihl ms720 give me a shout
How will this affect parts for the 9010 shavey ?

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1 hour ago, Sveriges said:

A  new saw is already well in development. Won’t be long 

Can you give any more info or is that a no no at this stage ?

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Ah - won't be long - is that in the lifespan of the common Mayfly or the history of the earth?

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My local husky dealer are doing the 3 big saws with 30% discount, he said it’s to clear the stock ASAP to meet the date for emission rules and there will be one 90cc model to replace them all

What dealer is that?

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On 25/01/2019 at 13:10, timbernut said:

My local husky dealer are doing the 3 big saws with 30% discount, he said it’s to clear the stock ASAP to meet the date for emission rules and there will be one 90cc model to replace them all

There is no time limit for the dealer it’s about manufacture. 

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