Gear: chainsaw, 372 XPG


chainsaw, 372 XPG

Category: Apparatus
Subcategory: Misc.
Price: 720
Average Rating:
(7 Votes)

The crankcase and crankshaft are extra heavy-duty and the carburettor has vibration damping in order to handle high speeds and high loads. The saw combines low weight, high power and rapid acceleration with flexible operation. The XPG model has both heated handles and carburettor. Capable of 15-28 " bars.

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    greydane, Wed, 24 Dec 2008 14:27:16 UTC.
    1st review

    extremely reliable

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    jbeck308, Sun, 28 Dec 2008 20:27:31 UTC.

    best saw in the market

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    USWFA, Mon, 29 Dec 2008 13:46:31 UTC.

    Have been a helirappeller sawyer for many many years...I must say that I have used all of the saws on the market...The only saws I own personally are Jonesred and Husqvarna....They are one in the same now as they merged operations a few years back..I own this model 372 XPG and it is a very reliable saw and has lots of power...I never carreied this saw on the line...I would do so however if need be.

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    blancogold67, Mon, 26 Jan 2009 03:29:34 UTC.

    372 husqvarna i cut trees with this saw!!
    best of the best!! we used a 36 inch bar still has lots or cutting power!!!! not to much weight to pack!!

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    RedneckRandy26, Sat, 31 Jan 2009 02:55:16 UTC.

    Husqavarna, the only way to go!

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    ry2b, Tue, 24 Feb 2009 23:45:26 UTC.

    We use Husky in the fd I run with. We used to use Stihl. I personally preferre stihl. I think husky is nice but we have constant problems with keeping them running smooth and they tend to oil the bar alot even if you turn the oiler down. Stihl I have never had a problem with. However if I did not have a stihl I would want a Husky.

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    firescuvol, Fri, 11 Dec 2009 06:37:49 UTC.

    When it comes to pro sawing take it from a Montana logger , this saw will go,and go, and go. I have one that is ten years old and has sawed more trees than most people have ever seen and it still runs great.

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