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Price is out of my range, but free bump on sale thread.

It strikes me as odd, one of the most coveted recent pro-level Husky saws due to
1) its power-to-weight
2) its reliability
and it looks like it's already been sent out and modded for MORE power to handle bigger wood, and yet it has never been used? WHY???? Why do people buy tools without the intention/need to use them?

[Rant]Yes, I also buy the fastest cars to admire them parked in my driveway, and date the hottest supermodel babes but never have sex with them. At least in a few years when I sell the car and dump the girl the next guy can feel like he's getting them in cherry condition. [/Rant]
 
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Price is out of my range, but free bump on sale thread.

It strikes me as odd, one of the most coveted recent pro-level Husky saws due to
1) its power-to-weight
2) its reliability
and it looks like it's already been sent out and modded for MORE power to handle bigger wood, and yet it has never been used? WHY???? Why do people buy tools without the intention/need to use them?

[Rant]Yes, I also buy the fastest cars to admire them parked in my driveway, and date the hottest supermodel babes but never have sex with them. At least in a few years when I sell the car and dump the girl the next guy can feel like he's getting them in cherry condition. [/Rant]
Personally, Id rather spend my money on saws instead of alcohol or tobacco products. I took a break from saws in Jan, and started collecting vintage axe heads- Gransfors, Hulks, Wetterling, Western Logger, Mueller, etc. It took me 30 days on eBay to realize that that hobby was just as expensive as saws..... so Im back.:omg:
 
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Personally, Id rather spend my money on saws instead of alcohol or tobacco products. I took a break from saws in Jan, and started collecting vintage axe heads- Gransfors, Hulks, Wetterling, Western Logger, Mueller, etc. It took me 30 days on eBay to realize that that hobby was just as expensive as saws..... so Im back.:omg:
I was wondering why the prices seemed to keep going up on everything I was looking at.
 

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I was wondering why the prices seemed to keep going up on everything I was looking at.
It's called inflation! LOL. Or maybe you have some new competition from bryanr2?

Also,
It's the spring, and demand is upticking as people are thinking about saw needs after a winter hiatus.
It's tax rebate season, buyers have money to spend on CAD and sellers are taking advantage.
 
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Great saw from a great guy to deal with. :clap: GLWS. If i had not bought myself so many saw related presents before Christmas, i would be all over this. :baba: My 365XT from Dustin that was modded into a 372 is still going strong after probably 40+ tanks through it by now. Makes a mockery of 20-24" Eucalyptus hardwood trunks.

As far as Westboastfaller's comments, well i cannot agree. If you don't like these saws, well great. Don't ruin someone elses sale thread with your whinging. I have had a 365 special and several 365XT's now plus an older non XT 372xp and have not seen the issues he is getting frustrated with. I did break the choke lever on my oldest 365XT but that was "operator error" walking through thick scrub with the saw and got it caught on some brush.
 
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