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Old 05-02-2012, 01:20 PM
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I only buy orange (Husky and Stihl) and Earls Saw Shop in Boulder fixes what I break. Never had a problem with either and they seem to stock parts for both! I have both consumer and pro grade saws. .019 10" up to my 660 Magnum with 40" bar! My favorite bucket saw (high ranger) is a 141 consumer grade 16" Husky. It is light, starts with a half pull after warmed up and it is fairly cheap so it did fall from 70' (scary thought!) I wont be overly upset. It is wild to think how much sawdust that little cheapie has produced! I bet a conservative guess would be that that little $200 saw has virtually cut down 200 (!) 80-100' Cottonwoods!
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:13 AM
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that little saw has earned its keep, and done a great public service.

eh, if ya ever need a hand i'll work for firewood! i'll harvest a little from trimming in my yard and my neighbors, but in bulk most of the work i've done this year has been beetle kill.

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