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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by MS460WOODCHUCK, Mar 7, 2009.

  1. MS460WOODCHUCK

    MS460WOODCHUCK Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I know this will create nightmares but if you could only keep 1 which 1 would it be? Not 2 only 1. Mine would be............................................................... the............................................a...................................................... MS460 and.................... nope can't say it.:spam:
     
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    7900 ALL DAY!!!!

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    My Husky 50 Special, I do 90% of my firewood cutting with it. I'd miss the others but it's hard to beat a good running 50cc saw for firewood duties. It kept me in firewood for nearly 20 years and it was only after I joined this site that I got interested in bigger saws.
     
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  5. chainsawboy1996

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    044 it'll do all the work i need it to do and then some
     
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  7. cherrycutter

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    Hands down best all around is 7900.
     
  8. sloch24

    sloch24 AboristSite Guru

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    I'd have to say... My shiny *new* (to me) ms660! :) (Only cause it's new)

    Seriously though, of all the saws I have ran, my ms440 seems to be my favorite (everything) saw.
     
  9. landyboy

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    026. Have a couple. For the sort of cutting i do they have the right ballance of power and weight. Only occasionally have a need for anything bigger.
     
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    My husqvarna 365
     
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    Hypothetically ,because we all know, one saw ownership, cannot be done by mere mortal man.
    A 394/5 Husky
     
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    371xp high top
     
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    bookerdog The New Champ

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    i'd lean toward my 7900.
     
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    7900!
     
  19. haoleboy99

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    372xp

    My 026 has been my faithful partner for many years but for straight up firewood cutting, which is really what I use the saws for, it would have to be the 372. :greenchainsaw:
     
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    I would choose my 372XP EHP if I was allowed to keep only 1 of my saws.
     

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