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BGE541

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FWIW if weight is an issue try a 2XX (262/266 series husky, pref one that's ported or a solid runner, it will be much lighter and better handling then saw a 372/440/etc.) if you wanted you could run a 24" lightweight bar or just tear things up with a 20"... Don't trade just to get stuck in the same situation with a "newer" saw....
 
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FWIW if weight is an issue try a 2XX (262/266 series husky, pref one that's ported or a solid runner, it will be much lighter and better handling then saw a 372/440/etc.) They are large mount so if you wanted you could run a 24" lightweight bar or just tear things up with a 20"... Don't trade just to get stuck in the same situation with a "newer" saw....
Somewhat agree, except a 262 is small mount.
 
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Just finished that conversion 266 to 272 last night and with a 20" bar and a little grinding is a solid, lighter little saw.
 
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