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Old 12-07-2013, 08:01 PM
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Since it is firewood cutting season and all, I figured it would be a good time to see what everyone cuts with.

I have been very happy with my professional model stihls. I have a stihl ms362, ms260 pro, a little ms180 and ms170.

Here are a few of mine.

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Don't have any pics but got 2 farm bosses and one ms660. Haven't had a single problem with any of them.
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Since it is firewood cutting season and all, I figured it would be a good time to see what everyone cuts with.

I have been very happy with my professional model stihls. I have a stihl ms362, ms260 pro, a little ms180 and ms170.

Here are a few of mine.

Those 362's are great little saws. Especially up in a tree when a 20 is too small and you don't feel like lugging up a 44 or 46
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Stihl 064-dual port muffler, fully ported, polished crankcase, machined cylinder, husky 281 piston.
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Husqvarna 365SP here.
Converted it to 72cc with a big-bore kit (yeah I even mod my chainsaws).
Stihl makes a great saw, but I love how Husky's sing up at the top end.
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I was expecting some cartooney.chainsaw tattoos.... what the shti?
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i bought my dad a husky a few years ago. he wanted one for years so i got him one and i think i've used it more than he has. haha. i want to get one for the few times a year i will need one. would like at least an 18". anybody want to recommend some options?

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I was expecting some cartooney.chainsaw tattoos.... what the shti?
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Husqvarna 365SP here.
Converted it to 72cc with a big-bore kit (yeah I even mod my chainsaws).
Stihl makes a great saw, but I love how Husky's sing up at the top end.
Ported? I port my own
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Stihl 08

Working on stihl 040 and McCulloch 250

Here is one that will make you cringe..
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My buddy's ms390 in the top of pic after being smashed by this
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Luckily it was not the 090 that shares the pic. The only thing salvageable from the ms390 is the pull rope lol
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