The Best Chains??

BikeMedic2709 Posted By BikeMedic2709, Sep 24, 2006 at 9:25 PM

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  1. Yogi

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    I still don't get it, what is a 3120???????? Who cares how much power the wild thing has, it's too much for most people to handle, that thing is wicked powerful!! It cuts my wood just great!!!!
     
  2. BrotherBart

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    Then it is the perfect chainsaw for you.
     
  3. suematteva

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    Bobo,

    Cleaning tops with a 3120? You must have a set a pipes that would make Arnold go to the womens room!
     
  4. Yogi

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    Someone please, what the heck is this 3120 yo are talking about??? What does a motorcyle have to do with trimming trees???
     
  5. bobo

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    I have many saws.The 3120 and my 084 are for bucking windfalls. I like my 361 for limbing.
     
  6. suematteva

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    It is the largest chainsaw that Husky makes.. off the top of my head believe it is around 120cc's...
     
  7. ourhouse

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    A 3120 is the biggest saw Husky makes. It's not for anyone with limited chainsaw skills.
     
  8. Yogi

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    Who is husky? do they sell them at WalMart?
     
  9. ourhouse

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    You beat me to it.
     
  10. bobo

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    He would have gotten a Wild Thing but he didn't want to be accused of showing off by the loggers.
     
  12. Yogi

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    119cc's? WOW that is big!!! I just thought they made motorcyles that large!!! I had no idea they had anything, or needed anything bigger than a wild thing!!! That is nuts!!! Do you have to have special license to purchase one?
     
  13. ourhouse

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    Husky is shortfor Husqvarna. one of the biggest chain saw markers in the world.
     
  14. Sandor

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    120CC's? Whoa! My KTM125 race bike made 34hp at 11,500 in race trim.

    I may be man enough to operate that saw, but I assure you I do not have the skill. And thats important.
     
  15. ourhouse

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    We use a couple of 3120s at work. Most of us prefer 395s. Thire a little easier to toss around.
     
  16. Yogi

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    I may to search to see if I have dealer like that around here!!! Do they sell anything smaller than the 3120 that isn't that large? The wood I cut has a stringy bark that comes of in buig chunks and the wood is real stringy when I split it. I thought about taking some of the larger trees, around 48" across, but never knew I could find a bigger saw!!! I may have to look for something bigger! Are there any other saws out there I might want to look at?
     
  17. bobo

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    I never had good luck with the 395 I had. Had bearing trouble and switched over to the MS 660 and never looked back.
     
  18. Yogi

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    Ok, I am seeing there is a lot of info here, so bobo, what is MS 660?
     
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  20. Yogi

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    Stihl? I think I have heard of them, they have the tv show with the saws and stuff? I didn't know they actually sold them to real people, I thought that was just for companies, do they acually have dealers that will sell this stuff to individuals?
     
  21. BrotherBart

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    ACE Hardware carries Stihl's consumer saws like you would be looking for.
     
  22. Yogi

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    Is that going to be like the timber saws I see on tv, or something else? Will that let me take down a tree 48" across? Do you have a better recomantation for me than the wild thing?
     
  23. ourhouse

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    The only trouble we have with our 394s and395s is with the mufflers. the ms660 is a great saw, I have used them before.
     
  24. bobo

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    I like both brands . The inboard clutch is nice if you run a long bar. Never had the chance to pilot a wildthing.I might have to buy one for fun.
     
  25. ourhouse

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    I'm all set with the wild thing. I'll stick with my Huskys and Sthils.
     
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