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SOLD!!!! 385 XP Husky $Drop

Husky Man

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I will take the saw please contact me

Oh Dayum, this was a "Saw for Sale" thread wasn't it???:confused:;)

And we were having so much Fun until Mike came along and bought the thing:D:eek:

Well that takes care of my Temptation, so I Really do need to Thank You

See Ya all in another thread somewhere :hi:

Doug :cheers:
 
WildernessJeep

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I'm interested in this saw, but have some questions. Seller, check your PM's.

Basically (for the forum's sake) I'm wondering how this saw would stack up to a MS461 or similar as far as weight/power.
 
gyp69

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385 would be more comparable to a 660 in weight and power. They use to be flat out beasts when modded & plenty powerful in stock form, not as tough as Stihl because of spring mounts. I ran 385’s for 3 yrs (a new one every yr) never had a failure on any major component. Damn nice saws if Swedes are your thing!
 
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