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I guess I'm not with the majority. I'm not a big fan of Stihl, they do seem to have a sort of cult following though. I love my Jonsered 670 champ. I did buy a Husqvarna 372xp last year - so far a nice saw. My buddy had Dolmar's when we were growing up. They were decent saws once you got them warmed up, but they were some cold blooded bitches.


I drool every time I see a 372. I am too cheap to pull the trigger however. If it was something I made money with I would.

My wife's cousin got a screaming deal on a near new 395 but I have not seen it yet.
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My Echo chainsaw is 37 years old and is now requiring too much tuning every other time I use it. So in the market for a new saw. Am considering the Husqvarna 450 20" 50.2cc. I can get one for $322.99 shipped to my door.

My use is minimal, since the only wood I cut is for the shop wood stove. What you all think about this saw?
Good saw , I had a Husky 460 with a 18" bar but downsized to a 445 / 16" bar - plenty for trail clearing on my atv .
I would downsize to a 18" bar - how many huge logs are you cutting ?
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