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Originally Posted by 04ultra
Dolmar 7900, Husky 372xp / Jonsered 2171, Stihl MS441, Stihl MS362, Stihl MS211.
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MS441 but my MS192 (rear handle) is VERY smooth as well
Husqvarna's: 346xpNE, 357xpw, 372xpw
Stihls: MS192C-E, MS250C-BE, MS260-EU, MS361
looking for: Jonsered 2147
My 371 is the smoothest, followed by my 395 though just by a hair. All have spring mounts, I don't have any rubber on my big Huskies. 066 ain't bad but it just isn't as smooth.
Stihl 090, 084, 066 X2, 045AV, 041, 041G, 041AV, 041AVS, 08S/TS350, 031AV
Husky 2101XP, 395XP, 288XP, 181SE X2, 480CD X2, 380CD, 280, 371XP, 365 Special, 50
Pioneer RA, P41
Jonsereds 49SP / Skil 1629 X2 / Oleo-Mac 251
Homelite XL-902AM, XL Auto, XL-2
Mac PM1000, Super 250, 1-62, D30, SP81, 10-10A, PM605, PM145
Poulan 335 Pro
'07 Polaris Sportsman 500 EFI
I may not be perfect, but I'm Canadian, and that's close enough.
i agree. i was thinkn about putn the baileys springs on my 372. the stiffer then factory ones.
but i have no regrets after running it and man it is smooth
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My 371 is way smooth.
But then the 385 aint no slouch in the smooth department.
Hmmmmm..... the 395 aint bad either for a biggun.
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Second would be the Echo 610 twin
Ill tell ya what is not smooth, my MS 460. 4 hours behind it yesterday, and I still cant feel my finger's.
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Nuttin to see here....move along.....
Hands down, the 441!
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I my fat-bottomed girl!
myself, i really like the tried and true "SWEED SAW" ......... never hard to start or out of fluids and no vibes.... gotta love it.
never enough wood in the stack!! jonsered saws!! 2054,2159,625,670,and a new 2171..... husky 390xp/28"-.375..... poulans under the work bench with a few other brands... duerr 20 ton vert/horz splitter, 1988 3/4t 4x4 wood hauler with 8x16 tandem... ac300 wood puller &trailers to no end.......
Not saying this because I'm a Husky/Jonsered guy, but the 576AT is by far the smoothest saw I've ever run, no contest. And I've run every Husky there is, all the Dolmars, and most Stihls. The first comment from everyone who runs a 576 is "Wow, that's really smooth". The new small saws like the 445 and 450 are also very smooth.
The new Stihls. like the 441 and 362 are really nice, and for a loyal Stihl guy, they are a huge leap forward, so you're really going to like them.
So far, the 441. Haven't had a chance to try the 362 yet, though I hear good things about the a/v, I look forward to it. I didn't think the a/v stuff would be a big deal, then I got the 441 and I'm a convert.
MS660..... Any saw with more than 36" of bar buried in an oak log or a giant redwood is smooth as butter in my book.... Hey, even the 090 and SP125 are smooth when pulling .404 chain on a 6 ft. bar in a redwood stump!
MS660, 036, MS200T - Royal Family
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