Stihl 020T for$100.00!

ScotO Posted By ScotO, Sep 11, 2013 at 9:16 AM

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  1. StihlHead

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    You need/want the rear handle saw with the lever for falling trees on the ground though. A groundie using a TH saw is a no-no. Vary hard on the wrists. You should not one-hand cut with TH saw either. Tempting fate, but I have done it.
     
  2. Jon1270

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    I didn't mean it was a good idea, just that I was surprised it even seemed feasible.
     
  3. Ashful

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    Yeah... very slowly.
    Says the lawyerese in the manual, but I don't know anyone who buys a top-handle saw for any other reason.
     
  4. charly

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    I wouldn't waste that 200T on the ground anyways... save it for the tree canopy's.
     
  5. clemsonfor

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    Yea that's what the tree guys use it for for reaching out or when limb walking to talk a limb down piece by piece yet still hold the rope or limb.
     
  6. StuckInTheMuck

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    Not sure if I should put this in the CL Funnies or on here.. This was posted on July 20, so it's probably already gone, but the poster has an 020t for $175. If I wasn't in Japan, I'd look into it.

    http://albany.craigslist.org/grd/3947826885.html
     
  7. clemsonfor

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    Decent buy
     
  8. MasterMech

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    Holy crap that's a lot of really decent equipment. MS361, 051, 020T, Husky 570, and somebody would pay $$ to own that big Robin trimmer.
     
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