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

  1. bigsilver

    bigsilver ArboristSite Lurker

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    I got me a new saw today, (don't be to hard on me) its a Sthil 650. I got it with a 36" bar (have a 20" and a 25" already). I know its not a 660 but I don't need the MS390 I have. Now I have (what I think) is a good three saw program. A 021, 390 and the 650.
     
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    Welcome, Not a thing wrong with the 650. Except we see no pictures of it. :chainsaw:
     
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    The pics
    The MS650

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    My 3 saw set
    021, MS390, and MS650

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    If you cut a lot of wood , a 361 or 440 would probably make it easiar then the 390 in your average size wood, but the 390 should get it done no problems. Never run a 650 , but if its 80% of a 660 its a very nice saw with plenty of power for big wood. 021 would be the beater saw. I like a small saw with a short b&c with me for clearing paths to the wood. Its less to maintain the abuse the chain gets cutting small stumps to ground level where I drive.
     

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