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Husqvarna vs Stihl?

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Here goes with opening a can of worms :) its probably on here already but I put it in search and couldnt see it. A bloke at my local dealer said most arborists have Stihl saws and Husqvarna PPE and tools, what do you lot think? :001_smile: Which is better in terms of ground saws? Ive used modern stihl saws but only ancient husky saws so I cant input, but husqvarna do a better job of convincing me in terms of the website and brochures IMO. Opinions? :biggrin:




p.s I realise I will probably regret starting this thread!! :001_tt2:

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NI Tree   

i will say husky but we have a stihl to and it get a bused by the keeper its hanging to gether electrial ties



i would say what ever deeler is beater, i one of the most important factor i find,

we have a stihl dealer 1 mile down the road but he carries no parts exctra so i do not tuch him with a barge pole. we use a husky dealer a he is very good but he does not have many saws in stock but his back up makes up for it. some guys have travel 4 hours to him.


so it the dealer for me

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