You better jump on this CL in NJ 372xp

mywaynow Posted By mywaynow, Jun 4, 2013 at 5:51 PM

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  1. mywaynow

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  2. KaptJaq

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    Power head looks clean but that bar has some miles on it...

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    Agreed. Looking in the background makes me wonder if this person repairs small engines. If it was used two times, somebody spent some long days weilding that saw;lol
     
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    Heck my shop looks like that and I don't repair saw!
     
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    My 13 year old saw looks better. Used 2 times, for that reason I'm out.
     
  6. HittinSteel

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    Quick comp test and I'm a buyer if I needed another.
     
  7. StihlHead

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    Its an X-torque model. Also used 2 times is more like used on 2 falling and bucking projects.

    Yawn...
     
  8. MasterMech

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    Who cares how many times it was used? $450 is a great price on a clean 372XP regardless of which sub-model it is.
     
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    Also because you can buy a Husky online, a lot of them are purchased powerhead only........then throw a good used bar on it.

    Anywhoo, I agree with mastermech, who cares how many times it has been used. Check it over, test the compression and offer $400. If he won't budge, pay the $450. That saw is clean and the plastics look great, consistent with a low hour saw.
     
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