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Sorry for the belated video she had 6 tanks through it and it still feels tight but it’s starting to loosen if it’s anything like my 620sx it will need at least 10 tanks through it 24 inch bar on some beach tree the more I use it the more I like it lots of torq from this saw 

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They have landed in US finally.   List $749 USD with 20" set up.  Friend just bought one with 28" set up $770 USD

 

 

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We are only farmers but i wanted a saw to replace my jonsered 80 with a 30" bar. I have a cs501sx which is really good so i thought i would wait for the 7301. It arrived last week with a 28" bar and it goes like a rocket in some 30" oak butts, i am absolutely chuffed. I know my old jonsered is over 45 years old but it has incredible torque but only revs to 9000 rpm, i think the echo is 14000 rpm with even more torque. It was over £150 cheaper than a stihl and we get a 5 year warranty.

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On 26/10/2020 at 21:25, Cut4fun said:

He hit it right on 2nd try.

Mitch = Recipe #2. 28" in seasoned Ash. It's the fastest 70cc class saw I own now.

 

 

Is that You in the video Cut4fun?

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On 06/01/2021 at 19:36, wicklamulla said:

Is that You in the video Cut4fun?

 No that is Mitch.  He is  good  folk  IMHO and one heck of a porter.

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