New 346XP (50cc)

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  1. TMonter

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    Just wanted to let everyone know that Norwalk Power Equipment now has the new version 346XP's in stock. They're a little beefier on horsepower.

    Likely the best 10 pound saw (power/weight) in its class.
     
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    Cool, I'd recommend this saw to anybody. My 346 is the same weight as my 141, with twice the power and about 3k more rpm's. A very, very cool saw. Small in size, but it will hold it's own against much heavier saws. That being said, still buying a 372XP in the spring. Thanks for the info.
     
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    Nice saw!
     
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    Mine gets used pretty hard as I make half my living with it and it buy far the best saw I own besides my stihl 192t climber. It's NEVER let me down and is 3 yrs old.
     
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    The 372 is one of the best primary saws out there, and I absolutely love mine. However with a 24" bar on it in tight quarters it's a bit hard to maneuver. I think I'm going to get a 346XP as a backup/limbing saw and relegate the 056 for an occasional use saw.
     
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