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Tree surgeons favourite- Stihl 020T petrol top handle chainsaw with 14" bar for sale. Only selling as I've now upgraded and can't commit time to fixing it. Viewings welcome, collection Canterbury, Kent. Needs a new air filter cover- current screw lock has broken, easy to replace (£8ish) Needs a new fuel breather pipe, found on L&S Engineers (£5) Since this saw is an old saw, it inevitably has had parts replaced but all parts used have been genuine Stihl parts. Such parts include, fuel tank, carburettor, handle and chain brake. The saw is being sold as a non-runner with huge potential! Probably one of the best chainsaws Stihl ever made- a chainsaw worth investing in! Happy for cash on collection or PayPal and can arrange courier at buyers expense.
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Bought yesterday, with the 12" bar a single 200 (4AH) battery and quickest charger. Wow, what a beautiful saw! Lighter than I expected, just so nice to use. Picked it up and went straight to work, removing a sycamore from a roadside wall. Didn't bother with ear defenders, didn't need them. The saw feels extremely controllable, no gyroscopic effect except for a very slight vertical nose lift. Did the sycamore down to about fifteen feet, and topped a small cypress, still had three lights on the battery. It does demand mindfulness as the saw could potentially un-break itself on branches, so was hyper-aware of break and throttle position when picking it up. The torque, relatively slow chain speed, quietness, complete lack of vibration etc. made the working experience more "studied" - more deliberate, I would say. Easy and instant communication with groundie was a blessing. I find I'm developing a kind of pseudo-fetish for the 160t, I keep going to the shed just to pick up the saw and hold it, marvelling at the design and technology. Would recommend.
Ive got into doing a bit of climbing lately (bit of a hobby), and my trusty husqvarna 41 has finally blown up, and i dont fancy swinging the 560 around up a tree. Hence i now need top handle saw, dont want to spend more than 300+ vat, not too fussed whether 30 or 40cc as each has its advantages. Narrowed it down to Makita, tanaka, efco, solo, echo. Which make and model of these top handles is the best saw in your experience? Cheers
Hi guys, Little exclusive offer for you arbtalkers over the next 7 days! We are now running the Echo 360TES top handle saw on a 12" bar at £374.25 INC VAT with a free spare chain when you quote 'Arbtalk Echo Offer' in the comments section the order form. Everyone has been really impressed with this little saw, and why wouldn't you be? Fantastic build quality, great ergonomics, 2 year professional warranty, and a reasonable price has made it an industry favourite, even converting people from their old top handles! So if your in the market for a new topper, now is the time to pick one up, just remember to quote 'Arbtalk Echo Offer' in the comments! Echo CS360TES Chainsaw Welcome to ForestAndArb.com!