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  1. And spude tell, you did my 550 and 562 . Big difference after muffer mode for the mark 2 Gr eddy
  2. Some already muffer mod the new Husqvarna 550 xp mark 2 or the 572 xpg .?....?..
  3. Want too buy a lightweightbar for my 572 xpg . Prefer a Sugihara , does some one knows the difference in weight for the standard Husky bar and a light weight sugihara or tsumura . 45 cm bar .
  4. Ore expensive over the water in holland
  5. Have a 550 xpg mark 2 and after i crashed my 562 bought a 572 xpg , but liked my ported 562 xp more becuase the weight.
  6. 550 xpg mark 2 or a 562xpg , after few months muffer mod them and you are a happy man .
  7. Some one already did a muffer mod on the new Husqvarna 550 mark 2. ?
  8. Pferd germany sell the file s
  9. Helo looking for a horse drawn forwarder. Living in the netherlands .
  10. No problem if you sent me a email i have more for you Deboomsleper@gmail.com
  11. Had a muffer mod 550 great saw and a 562 muffer mod also but crashed it stupid mistake so bought a 572 xpg great great power but little bit heavy for a small guy like me . So today bought a new 550 xpg mark ll. But yes 550 and 562 great set of saws . Miss my 562 sometimes
  12. After bought a 572 xpg in november today i bought the mark ll 550 xpg. As the old one put a 3/8 sprocket on it . Some one already did a muffer mod on these saws .?
  13. I did 550 and 562 both on 3/8 chain . Okee 562 crashed and I bought a 572 xpg . Swap chains , cant swap bars from the 550.
  14. Difficult too understand for a dutch guy But you know everything Stuby [emoji106] Will try too find on you tube. Thx Stub
  15. Square filling i saw it the files explain please have only used the round


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