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The Camel tracks it around $200 for the last year or so.

Mixed reviews.

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Reviews on Amazon either love it or hate it... guess I could flip a coin.

Today's Husqys are no match for ones from the 80s and 70s. They're okay for occasional to moderate use, but if you're a serious chainsaw user, spend the extra money for a Stihl.

I just paid this much to have my Stihl carb rebuilt and chains sharpened :-P

LionMan said:   Today's Husqys are no match for ones from the 80s and 70s. They're okay for occasional to moderate use, but if you're a serious chainsaw user, spend the extra money for a Stihl.But are today's Stihl's a match for ones from the 80s and 70s?

owner of an ancient Stihl 041 Farm Boss that needs work

Low displacement is probably only good for smaller work but in general I have to disagree, love my Husq saws and they are used regularly but are 45cc+

NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   LionMan said:   Today's Husqys are no match for ones from the 80s and 70s. They're okay for occasional to moderate use, but if you're a serious chainsaw user, spend the extra money for a Stihl.But are today's Stihl's a match for ones from the 80s and 70s?

owner of an ancient Stihl 041 Farm Boss that needs work



If you read the online forums. The answer is still yes. I am pretty happy with a MS250



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