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Husqvarna T540XP finally here!!!

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See if you can get some video footage of the t540xp through the cut :)

 

 

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One of the lads is bring a HD pro in tomorrow for a little pruning job we have for a good but desperate to get the work done tomorrow customer.:001_rolleyes: so I'll try and get some filming done.

 

Only had a bit of a blast on it today setting the auto tune in some timber, I shouldn't really comment as not a true test of the saw and certainly not long enough but it did perform well.:001_smile:

 

I suppose all I can say ATM is it ran great straight out of the box, will it did for about 10 seconds until i smacked a 6 inch nail on the first cut.:thumbdown: typical:laugh1: so it ran great after I put a new chain on(I know, but at the time I just couldn't be bothered sharpening it:blushing:)

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Excellent, good to see you got it in time, Fedex probably need to take a bit of credit too.:thumbup:

 

Yes and I'm pretty impressed with the saw so far. My only mistake was ordering in a hurry due to my other two saws breaking down.

Because I did it all in such a rush I ordered the wrong saw, so now I have three petrol top handled saws and I wish I had ordered the Husky battery topper.

 

Oh well, guess what is next on the list............

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Got mine last week not used it yet it replaced my ms200t not to sure about the 14inch bar may have to buy a 12 inch bar and chain I will try it first time will tell

 

Very old thread . Started 18/07/2013 ! Opinions are .......different now ? :001_smile:

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Lovely powerful saw, build quality poor, I'm sure the next one will have ironed out the problems.

 

Agreed .

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Lovely powerful saw, build quality poor, I'm sure the next one will have ironed out the problems.

 

 

Add to that: Doesn't start easily if it's cold, warm or hot or if the weather changes or in the morning or in the afternoon!

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