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Is this a new or old husky?

Post in 'The Gear' started by osagebow, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. osagebow

    osagebow Minister of Fire

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    On my local cl for $125....looks lightly used. I know some of the new husky homeowner line are iffy...I don't dig the toolless tensioner on my little 235.

    Would this be compatable for parts with a busted 1995 era 350 I have? Any other info on the saw year / quality would be appreciated of course, pic is blurry...think it says 440? Don't see x-torq or e-series... Don't dig the toolless tensioner on my little 235e at all.

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  2. Jon1270

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    The attachment didn't work, so we (or at least I) can't see any pics.
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    440 is newer I beleive. Don't think it will work with an old 350.
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    yup 440 is one of the newer homeowner models,I believe the latest version is called 445.
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    I have a 445. Not sure how old it is? I got it from a logger friend, saying it didn't run well. Anyway it looks older but has been in a truck its whole life.
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    clemsonfor Minister of Fire

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    The 445 does not interchange with older 350s I know that so I'm sure 440 won't. Saw is of as a backup or trim saw but painfully slow for me to cut much with.
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    thanks y'all!

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