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While the 1st world countries are getting new techs every year, we from the 3rd world are still trusting on the good ol' reliable stuff. Here are somebef993aa64cc2fd71706001e64243609.jpgd9831f3c02c4e120abf749d97530e170.jpg1f59d878fb77467b327097a65ec5bf8f.jpgb693933902633e9968a568945175f4b8.jpg

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8 minutes ago, Robin Wood said:
9 minutes ago, Mrblue5000 said:
Where are they made? 

Sweden, germany and Brazil depending on the model

Can you still buy Husqvarna 372xp over there?

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Any battery powered saws in Malaysia yet?

Wouldn't mind a slightly scratched husky with a very very faint whiff of oil on it, apparently couriers/airlines don't like the smell of petrol! I'm trying to buy a lightly used Jonsered 625 or 630 over here and it's like looking for hen's teeth.

 

Looks like someone in Italy found one

WWW.EBAY.CO.UK

BOXCESARE   70.7 cm³ 4.1 kW 70 cm 6.6 kg X-Torq   Engine 4.1 kW 70.7 cm³ 10200 rpm 13500 rpm 2700 rpm 3.8 Nm 6600 rpm 3900 rpm 1.5 kg / h Spark plug 0.5 mm 0.3 mm...

 

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Any battery powered saws in Malaysia yet?

Wouldn't mind a slightly scratched husky with a very very faint whiff of oil on it, apparently couriers/airlines don't like the smell of petrol! I'm trying to buy a lightly used Jonsered 625 or 630 over here and it's like looking for hen's teeth.

 

Looks like someone in Italy found one

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WWW.EBAY.CO.UK
BOXCESARE   70.7 cm³ 4.1 kW 70 cm 6.6 kg X-Torq   Engine 4.1 kW 70.7 cm³ 10200 rpm 13500 rpm 2700 rpm 3.8 Nm 6600 rpm 3900 rpm 1.5 kg / h Spark plug 0.5 mm 0.3 mm...  

Yes we have battery saws coming in lately, not many are fan of those

Those are xtorq, im talking about the OE

 

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5 hours ago, Robin Wood said:

Yes we have battery saws coming in lately, not many are fan of those

Those are xtorq, im talking about the OE

 

The original 372 was way better than the xtorq imo ?

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