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Chainsaw Fall sale Husqvarna 372XP - $579.00

Post in 'The Gear' started by Roospike, Aug 24, 2006.

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  1. Roospike

    Roospike New Member

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    HUSQVARNA 372XP Chain Saw w/ full wrap handelbar @ Bailyes This 71cc (4.3 cubic inches) is loaded with features including side mounted chain adjuster, Air Injections air filtration system and Smart Start compression release for easy starting. 372XP also has a transparent fuel tank and LowVib anti-vibration system. Bar and chain are sold separately.
    372XP full wrap
    Cylinder displacement cu. in. (cc) 4.3 (71)
    Engine Power hp (kW) 5.4 3.9)
    Maximum No-load RPM 13,500
    Fuel tank volume pts. (liters) 1.63 (.77)
    Bar Oil Capacity pts. (liters) 0.84 (0.40)
    Recommended bar length 16-33 inch
    Chain pitch 3/8 inch
    Weight without bar & chain 14.75 lbs
    Power to weight ration kW/kg .64
    WEB LINK: http://store.baileys-online.com/cgi-bin/baileys/5343?mv_session_id=AtIZLAV8&product_sku=HU 372W

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  2. bobo

    bobo New Member

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    Wonder how much a guy would have to pay extra for a Stihl bar and chain for it.

    Nice saw 372xp . Sad part is Husky dosen't make chain or bars.I really like Husky saws but Oregon chain is a down fall.Just my 0.02cents.
  3. MountainStoveGuy

    MountainStoveGuy Minister of Fire

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    you can put a stihl chain on a husky :) This thread helped, i have a disabled freind that process over 10 cords a year with a poulan and a maul. He has been saving for years for a good saw. He is going to order one of these.
  4. Roospike

    Roospike New Member

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    I have run the stock bars on my Husqvarna chainsaws with no problem . I dont think Oregon chain or bars are bad ...... There are a lot of loggers that like the Oregon chains and bars . I myself use Stihl full chisel chain on all my chainsaws. I have a Craftsman chainsaw (38cc ) that is over 13 years old and the Oregon bar lasted 9 years before i had to replace it . My son uses the Craftsman for limbing now and the Husqvarna 359 for the big wood. my .o2
  5. Yogi

    Yogi New Member

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    Now why would you say that? I have been looking at getting a 346xp, I hear they are the best saw for that class!! How do you come up with Stihl being the only way to go?
  6. Yogi

    Yogi New Member

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    I know you have read this, so why no answer? Not really sure I like you're username, but it explains a lot to me, do I pale in mascelinity to you due to the fact that I don't run the manliest saw around? Do I need to dink another twelver fire up a beast and cut my foot off to impress you?
  7. Andre B.

    Andre B. New Member

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    If you are not sure on the username, click on it and check out the photo I think that will clear things up for you.

    I think someone's wife needs a nice heavy 12" cast iron frying pan.
    Wonder if his name is Earl.


    Oh and I use a 137 for most everything but have a 359 for dropping and blocking up larger stuff. On stuff less then 8" or so the time saved with the bigger saw is not werth burning 2X the gas per cut over the small saw.

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