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Chainsaws. What you got and how do you like it

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I just picked up a Used Poulan Pro 260  42cc    Needs work but i wasnt going to lay a couple hundred on one
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There's only one right answer.  

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Oh yeah, buy two chains because that's the only thing that you'll replace.

Edited by Noah, 30 May 2014 - 12:39 PM.

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Huckleberry on mountain monsters said he could wipe your ass with a chainsaw if you would just hold still.
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View PostNoah, on 30 May 2014 - 12:37 PM, said:

There's only one right answer.  

Husqvarna

Oh yeah, buy two chains because that's the only thing that you'll replace.

I do hear they are really nice but a little pricey for a  few times a year tool
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Husqvarna and no other. I've got a rancher and we use it. My father and I spent a summer cutting down pine beatle damaged trees in RMNP and we used the Posted Image out of it.




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