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Husqvarna 455 Rancher 55.5cc 3.5hp 20'' Chain Saw $260.89 Store Pick Up @ Sears

Reg price is $489.99

http://www.sears.com/husqvarna-455-rancher-55.5cc-3.5hp-20inch-c...

55.5cc 3-1/2hp X-Torque engine reduces fuel consumption up to 2% and emissions up to 60%
20 in. blade to cut bigger woods
Smart Start and purge pump provide easier starting
Three piece crankshaft and reinforced crankcase improve durability
Combined choke/stop control allows for easier starting and reduces the risk of engine flooding
Weight: 13.2 lbs.
Color: Orange
Fully assembled
Made in USA

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oos NEARBY. Only one in the entire state of GA !!

zapy said:   oos NEARBY. Only one in the entire state of GA !!

where are you located? I did find in Buford, GA.

Thanks! This one has been on my shopping list. Found one in stock for in-store pickup in SEWI.

Dead deal
Customer service at Sears sucks.

I did find one in Lagrange and bought it. Then another search finds one in Macon, ga.

Seems the search acts funky. Either way - I'm driving an hour to get one. Seems to be an excellent deal. A quick search now finds none sold by Sears so OOS I assume.

Ordered one shortly after the OP posted. Only 1 in stock near me. Rec'd "Ready for Pick Up" email shortly after, so I should be good to go.

Been meaning to fix my old Stihl 041 Farm Boss but haven't gotten around to it. Property is looking pretty bad with fallen limbs and small trees.

Now I can play both sides of the Husky vs. Stihl "mine is better than yours" discussions.

NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   Ordered one shortly after the OP posted. Only 1 in stock near me. Rec'd "Ready for Pick Up" email shortly after, so I should be good to go.

Been meaning to fix my old Stihl 041 Farm Boss but haven't gotten around to it. Property is looking pretty bad with fallen limbs and small trees.

Now I can play both sides of the Husky vs. Stihl "mine is better than yours" discussions.


I have a Craftsman chainsaw. I don't get to be a part of that discussion.

Green. Good chainsaw. Great price.

So has anyone picked theirs up and used it? I'm of to amke the trip today or tomorrow AM.

Again - anyone use theirs yet?



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