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Want to Sell NEW Husqvarna 390XPW powerhead. Heated handles. $1249. USD shipped

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by thechainsawguy, Apr 5, 2019.

  1. thechainsawguy

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    New Husqvarna 390XPW chainsaw powerhead. Heated wrap handlebars. So you have a heated carb, winter air filter and heated pistol grip/handlebars. Yes it turns off so you can run in Summer. Great way to stay warm in cold or if it's raining and your hands are wet.

    $1249 USD$ all in shipped. New 3 foot Oregon bar/chain is $100 more.

    No taxes or duties. In this price is $40 in Paypal fees and $65 express/priority shipping.
    Powerhead only, I keep the bar/chain to pay the taxes on my end. 20190404_180012.jpg 20190404_175927.jpg

    Email is [email protected]

    Thanks for looking,
    Dave
     
  2. Matt Schmitt

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    Euro version looks like the small air filter?
     
  3. thechainsawguy

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    The winter air filter kit only requires the low top cover. Canadian version. This filter does not ice up in freezing temps. You can swap over to flocked and high top for summer cutting.

    Dave
     
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    She sure is purty
     
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  5. Matt Schmitt

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    Ok do you know how much the high top cover is?
     
  6. thechainsawguy

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    Sorry. No I don't.
     
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    $30-$40 for the entire top cover assembly, minus the filter.
     
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    Heated handles rock, had a 240sg before. Plus the big bore power.
     
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    Purdy saw
     
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    This is the saw you want it out performs the 395.
     
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  11. stihlaficionado

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    Say What? Maybe w/ an 18 or 20" bar
     
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    Sometimes bigger isn’t always better. I’d give up a tad of hp for better handling plus the heated handles that’s the deal maker. If I didn’t buy so many saws this month I’d be all over this.
     
  13. stihlaficionado

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    For sure...the 395 is a tank, but it has its place

    98% or more of the folks out there can do just fine with the 390 & they port very well:)
     
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    I ran a 2100 cd husky only for 25 + years. I put on a 16”/18” bar and tear down everything in my path. I still think the 390xpg is the saw most should buy but don’t know they need it. We can’t price shop when it comes to saws.
     
  15. thechainsawguy

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    I'm not thinking a 390 outperforms a 395 much if at all, though it is lighter and a better choice for shorter bar lengths.
     
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