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NeilT

Husqvarna 268 XP

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Hi, I aquired one of these  last year. Ive barely used it as I found it hard to start and quite heavy. I have a Stihl 180 which is old but runs well and only use it for firewood. I've basically used the Stihl to take down about 20 spruce round my property and process it for firewood. 

I spent some time over the weekend on the Husky and it's running well. It started fine and cuts really well. 

I dont know much about the saw. I was thinking of selling it and getting something like a Husq 435. Does anyone have any experience or opinion on it? Thanks. Neil

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I've got a crankshaft, piston and oil pump from a 268 as well as a starter cover if you need them. The saw was modified by something heavy so was binned.

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