Husqvarna Petrol Chainsaws

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Husqvarna 395XP

Latest review: Great saw - Light, powerful, and easily maneuverable - and the filter never gets dirty!! Bad Saw - Bury it fully into a log and the exhaust jet cuts the plastic kick back lever completely off like

Husqvarna 562 XP AutoTune

Latest review: i bought my 562xp back in 2014 and have never regreted my decision i have found that with all 2 strokes that if you run quality petrol and oil and clean it every 3 tanks it will look after you, i run

Husqvarna 236 E Series

Latest review: Runs fine cuts ok, the bar and chain is thinner than older model , this could be something why the spocket has worn down quick starting to slip the chain, under 2years old, light use, my last 14 inch

Husqvarna 240 E-Series

Latest review: I brought the 240e run 5 tanks of gas though it and had shop tune and check . This saw has done way too much work cut a power of fire wood . Willow, Bluegum, and Pine ! Chain has never come loose and

Husqvarna 455 Rancher

Latest review: I’ve owned several small chain saws , the 455 has not let me down. Easy to start and I use it almost on a weekly basis , sometimes everyday when cutting wood or building a log cabin . Knock on wood ,

Husqvarna 445

Latest review: Have had this for a few years now and have likely done more than 150 hours of cutting on a small hobby farm. Really good unit and have not had any issues with it at all. Good weight, balance and

Husqvarna T435

Latest review: If you can afford it this saw it is a real gem. I use it for camping and caravanning for fire wood and it performs on dry aussie hardwords. Starts first time every time and it's light weight means

Husqvarna 450

Latest review: Saw was OK when new but now is a problem. Starts ok when cold, not when hot. Due to the single nut bar tightening used on this saw it is not possible to keep the bar from retracting. This causes the

Husqvarna 576XP AutoTune

Latest review: Short story...less than 1 tank of fuel, it died, correct fuel/oil, dealer got it back said they "adjusted the carb" same problem, got warm, quits, went back to the dealer, then they said I'd "burned

Husqvarna 440 E-Series

Latest review: I purchased Husqvarna as a coin toss between Stihl, I wish I had purchased a Stihl now as the saw I got has spent more time being fixed than being used. It has been to the workshop 4 times now, each

Husqvarna 460

Latest review: When my old Husqvarna 61 from 1984 finally started falling apart I bought a 460. It has been a disappointing experience in as much as it seems underpowered and unwilling to rev hard under load. I