Huskavarna 372 xp

Post in 'The Gear' started by Descending sparky, May 2, 2013.

  1. Ashful

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    I do not think you can officially diagnose CAD until you have a half-dozen sitting on the shelf.

    <--- owned 7 last year, currently holding at 6, gonna sell another... really!
     
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  2. Nixon

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    I'm fairly certain that the number of saws owned for a diagnosis of CAD varies from region to region . It also has something to due with a spouses tolerance for man toys . Here in Western Pa I believe the number is 8 . So, I'm safe from that dreaded affliction . :)
     
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  3. mikefrommaine

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    I had to stop and think about how many running saws I have --8 and an electric one, does that count? But I'm only planning to keep 5.
     
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    My name is jack & I have CAD ,the other CAD , BAD ,TAD ,AAD&MAD most likely many other disorders

    Oh forgot the other BAD ,Beer Acquistion Disease , my worst one

    Cheers
     
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    I don't suffer from CAD, I enjoy every minute of it.

    P.S. That's a nice saw.
     
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    Sorry for the slow reply I have been busy cutting and splitting and working and such lol! I have a Oregon 20" bar with a round ground chisel chain on it! The other chain was some serious kinda dull because this saw runs and cuts like a dream!
     
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    I've had my 372 for 3-4 years and still smile everytime I cut with it. Glad you found an enjoyable saw to run. It really makes heating with wood that much better. Happy cutting.
     
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    The 372xp is a nice saw. Now save up a few more dollars and buy a used 346xp and you'll be good to go no matter what size wood you encounter.

    I went at it from the other direction and purchased a 346 first and loved it. The following winter I bought the 372. Both saws are awesome for there respective cutting roles.
     
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