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I was set to buy a 572 xpg , got fed up waiting for one so we picked up 390 due to them not being produced anymore, they’re a fantastically powerful saw a tad on the heavy side.

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37 minutes ago, Jcarbor said:

I was set to buy a 572 xpg , got fed up waiting for one so we picked up 390 due to them not being produced anymore, they’re a fantastically powerful saw a tad on the heavy side.

Get that 390 off to spud pronto !

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want light, shit hot performance and maybe willing to baby it a bit?  (yet to be determined how necessary)

OR

do you want, smooooth, good but maybe less zip, possibly torquier (I may be making that up*), and prepared to hump around more weight...a lot more weight.

 

make your choice

 

 

*  I'm not going on experience, just what I've read...i may be spouting rubbish!

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17 minutes ago, neiln said:

want light, shit hot performance and maybe willing to baby it a bit?  (yet to be determined how necessary)

OR

do you want, smooooth, good but maybe less zip, possibly torquier (I may be making that up*), and prepared to hump around more weight...a lot more weight.

 

make your choice

 

 

*  I'm not going on experience, just what I've read...i may be spouting rubbish!

You talking about women here ?

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:x ooh, grinding fins ! Thank you stubby for the info and mild saw porn, think ill have a look for a second hand 4 series stihl . Cheers everyone and stay safe:thumbup1:

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