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Bostonstrongboy1965

Bostonstrongboy1965

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This is a neighbor's saw. Manufacture date July 2018. Purchased about a year ago by older man who wanted a light saw to do tree work on his property. He cut about 8 small conifers down and likely put 4-5 tanks through. Was never used after and he gave up tree work. Given to me to sell. I have gone through it, and it looks super to me. 15" Bar. 250.00 plus shipping. Paypal Friends and Family please. Climb1.jpg Climb2.jpg Climb3.jpg Climb4.jpg Climb5.jpg Climb6.jpg
 
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JohnnyBlade

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JUST GONNA SEND IT
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If u havent ran one of these before ur missing out. And a good price too. I bought mine for the same reason, to have a small saw to carry in the woods and drop small-moderate size dead ash without having to haul fuel cans and everything else. Based on the fuel efficiency of the saw and the OPs stated 8 small conifers ill bet this saw has more like 2-3 tanks through it. Oh yeah i dont work for Echo:D this is just experience based. GLWS:numberone:
 
Bostonstrongboy1965

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Thanks for the endorsement! I'm generally not an Echo user. In fact, when I first posted this, I inadvertently listed it as a Husqvarna. Quickly saw my mistake, and changed it. I have to admit that I was impressed with this saw just doing a couple of tests cuts with it. In a way, it reminds me of the 590 Timberwolf. Dollar-for-dollar, I don't know how many other saws at that size level can beat the performance of the 590. This little guy is getting me to open up more to Echo power equipment!
 
JohnnyBlade

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Thanks for the endorsement! I'm generally not an Echo user. In fact, when I first posted this, I inadvertently listed it as a Husqvarna. Quickly saw my mistake, and changed it. I have to admit that I was impressed with this saw just doing a couple of tests cuts with it. In a way, it reminds me of the 590 Timberwolf. Dollar-for-dollar, I don't know how many other saws at that size level can beat the performance of the 590. This little guy is getting me to open up more to Echo power equipment!
No prob! Ya they r just about impossible to beat for the price. I love my Echos. And the Twolf is a great saw too. I cut the limiters on mine and leaned it out just a fuzz and threw a new LGX on it and its a whole new animal. The constuction and parts on these saws r very high quality. I can garuntee my Echo's will never get sold. And if this hangs around too long i may make bad decisions:D
 
njd333

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Anyone have some experience on how this would compare directly to an MS192t in terms of performance? That's what I have currently and it feels underpowered in some scenarios although it is pretty light.
 
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