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Carl1991

Husqvarna 365 or 562

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Hi, I'm after a medium sized ground/chogging saw, ideally running a 20" bar and occasionally a 24" ( on bigger stems when a couple of us are ringing up)

Price bracket around 600 quid, I'm drawn between the above 2, 365 slightly heavier, but no auto tune, 562 newer tech but lighter. Apparently both can pull 20,24" bars, not quite 28" what the husq specs say, but I've a 66 for that stuff.

 

Anyone got any opinions

 

Thanks

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365 is great with 20" and 562 is great on 18" but 365 pulls a 24" bar ok and is 10cc more got both and they are great saws 

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32 minutes ago, Carl1991 said:

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Can you tell me exactly what model 365 the dealer said it was ? ...

e.g.

365 ( old )

365 Special  ( old but bomb proof )

365XT  ( new 70 odd cc )  ( can be covered to 372xp spec quite easily )

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Can you tell me exactly what model 365 the dealer said it was ? ...
e.g.
365 ( old )
365 Special  ( old but bomb proof )
365XT  ( new 70 odd cc )  ( can be covered to 372xp spec quite easily )

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