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Anyone able to compare it with a 150?

 

Looking forward to seeing some timed cuts.

 

I'd also be interested to know the weight with bar and chain, fuel and oil.

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Anyone able to compare it with a 150?

 

Looking forward to seeing some timed cuts.

 

I'd also be interested to know the weight with bar and chain, fuel and oil.

 

Here ya go😄

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Very interested. Will buy the new small echo me tinks. That small echo makes my bigger 360tes seem cheap in price terms.

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How's the oiler seem to be? I love my ported 150, but the oiler has a mind of it's own!

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Looks like Oregon chain and a carving bar? With a Stihl 1/4" picco chain and sprocket nose bar this would transform this saw.

 

 

Does the saw automatically come with a solid tip bar?

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Looks like Oregon chain and a carving bar? With a Stihl 1/4" picco chain and sprocket nose bar this would transform this saw.

 

 

Does the saw automatically come with a solid tip bar?

 

Yes oregon chain and solid tip bar, I am very interested to see if this saw could be any better with picco chain and stihl bar. IMO the power unit is a fair bit better in many ways than a 150 so with new cutting gear I think stihl may start worrying.

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