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George Butler

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  1. Thanks for the advice [emoji106]
  2. Hi everyone. I’ve had my ms261 for nearly 2 years, hasn’t had a service yet. Gets occasional use with work and fire wood chopping, nothing extreme. What do I need to do to give it a little service? And how do I go about that? Reluctant to take it to a dealer if it’s something I can do myself with a bit of instruction. Thanks all
  3. Yea would spend around £200-£250. There’s a couple of used 346 on eBay. Is that ever a good idea? Second hand engines?
  4. Thoughts on a second hand one? £600 is too steep for me I think.
  5. I have a stihl already, a bigger saw, had for 2 years and it’s been great. No faults. I just wanted a smaller saw for quick limbing at work etc / smaller log cutting which was lighter and easier on my back etc. I Fancied a husky maybe their branding appealed to me, but I would go for another stihl too as my local dealer is stihl. Just wanted a second opinion of husky. Thanks again [emoji106]
  6. Hi everyone. I am a landscaper, I get a lot of firewood to chop, looking for a new small saw to help with that as well use for smaller pruning etc to compliment my bigger saw when it is unnecessary. I’ve looked at the husqvarna 120 Mkii or the 135. (I know the 135 mkii is out end of March) Is the 120 a good saw and do the job? Or is it too lightweight for even firewood and pruning? Or should I pay the extra and wait for the 135mkii? Thanks. George

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