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  1. Time Left: 6 days and 7 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    HUSQVARNA 395xp box fresh *USED TWICE* WCS 3 point dogs not included unless specified email for info



  2. Hi guys, recently purchased a new mk2 550, brilliant saw, absolutely love it. Apart from a few teething issues, its works perfectly... but recently I noticed it was leaking chain oil from the oil pump, around the adjusting screw (pictured below). Ive looked on numerous websites about the slight issue but cannot find any information on the matter. It does not really bother me and I know that saws do leak oil anyway, but is this normal coming from there? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated, many thanks.
  3. I’m looking into getting a 365 of mine ported. I’ve spoken to spud but he’s to busy at the moment anybody know anyone else that ports? Preferably in the south west.
  4. Have anyone in the uk cut a gob over 50%+ to drastically charge the weight of a tree? I know it won’t work with certain wood like ash and most hard woods the risk of barber chair is to high! But on soft wood? I’ve seen a few westcoast guys doing it to trees! I just wondered if anyone in the uk does it occasionally?
  5. Is there a company that makes hemp chainsaw boots? Any suggestion would be lovely
  6. I have had my 572 xp-g for several months now and I still can't get Husqvarna to reply to any of my messages or phone calls regarding where I can get the double dog kit for the new legendary saw. I was surprised that the saw is being sold with out because all the marketing material shows it with double dogs and chain roller. Anyone else noticed this or did your 572 come with double dogs and chain roller? love and peace M
  7. I am looking to get a 50cc saw, I prize reliability and good engineering, and have been impressed with a smaller Makita / Dolmar 34, and 3501. I also have a Still 390. In practice I tend to go for the lightest saw that will do the job at hand as the Stihl gives me backache and the air filter clogs up quickly! I want a professional saw that will last me a long time, and I don't necessarilly want the latest gizmos and catalytic converters if they just add to the weight and reduce reliability, although easy start does appeal! FR Jones are doing good deals on the Husky 550, 10-15% off + spare bars and chains chucked in, but judging by comments it is not the most reliable saw out there ... The professional Makita 5000 appeals to me, as does the the Dolmar 5105 series or the older design Dolmar 115. Spare parts and servicing are a slight concern if I go for the Dolmar, are they readily available? I also hear good things about the Stihl 260. Which would you professionals go for, and are there any other brands I should look at in the 50cc range, or am I looking at the "best" saws available?
  8. Hi everybody, i recently bought a Husky 143R11 and was wondering if i could fit a clearing saw blade to it, such as the Oregon EIA or similar. Any help would be appreciated as i am bit of a newbie to this. I actually work in the stone industry and have a side line in furniture production so am not a novice to power tools. Cheers Steven


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