For what I'd term a small saw my favorite is the Echo CS346. Not saying it's the best (and at 34cc it is actually small), just that its my...
Not in @Huskybill world.
I went back and looked @Huskybill definition of mid-sized. A 67cc saw. Reckon he should have set parameters when he asked the question. Seems most...
I'm guessing that should be 30/60/0?
My favorite would be one of my Jonsereds 49SP's. Not saying it's the best, lots I've never run but it has stayed my favorite.
Picture of your sawbuck? Sounds handy.
I'm at 7 (I think). Not really in the market but have an eye on a few if a deal shows up. Can't really say I "need" anything although a 70cc plus...
Sounds like the daughter is fully on board to become a wife!
Huskybill lives large.
I'd seriously be interested in some pictures of these rotties.
5'10" is a bit more than I can muster (not by much). I envy you having a couple of cutting companions. I pretty much always work alone. Being...
Appears that Wow does. The couple of one track threads have worn out. There's been an awful lot of drama over a $11 part.
@Pioneer, any more info or pictures you can offer up? I'm thinking in the spring when it warms up I'll try modding mine.
OK, now understand and agree completely.
I'm not quite sure what that means to the discussion?
My only 50cc is the Jonsereds 49SP. Came with 325 on it, I swapped to 3/8 many years ago. Don't remember why, but for a slower "grunt" saw the 3/8...
I can't offer any ideas. Do really like my Echo 346 so I hope you get it sorted out. Keep us posted on what you find.
Did you tell the purchaser about the saw's issues?
So you put no value on your time? Can't say I do either with wood as I enjoy the work......but, if you don't think about the time value it's hard...
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