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Husky 136 opinions ?

Post in 'The Gear' started by Robbie, Apr 3, 2007.

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  1. Robbie

    Robbie Minister of Fire

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    Found a Husky 136 today for sale, looks really good, hardly scratched, bar even looks like it was only used a few times at most...........79.99.

    I would guess it's only been used once or twice very lightly.

    I don't know a thing about Husky brand.......... any comments ?

    Looks at least as good as this one below except bar is even better.....still has writing on it.

    Any comments appreciated.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Husqvarna-136-A...ryZ79666QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem




    Robbie

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  2. johnsopi

    johnsopi Minister of Fire

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    How can you go wrong at 80$. Thats like going McD 3 times
  3. Robbie

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    Well................I agree, the price seems great for the looks of it, but I was concerned it could be a model that was a night mare and had several years of problems.

    Then it would not be a great deal if a person bought a lemon that was known to everyone but the buyer..(me).......I once had a ford bronco like that. %-P

    I guess I'll buy it........ :)





    Robbie
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    Robbie, I use a Husky 141. Pretty much the same saw. No problems with it so far. Has enough power for the trees I'm dropping (28-36 in.). I'm running a 16" bar on it.
  5. Robbie

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    DonCT, Thanks a bunch, I plan to get this one. I figure it has to be worth that even if it needs a tune up or something.


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