Stihl Chainsaw.

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Re: Stihl Chainsaw.

Postby Yogie » Mon Jun 06, 2011 10:20 pm

Your Stihl chain saws are probably the most common and easier to get serviced. As for power a Husqvarna is top notch, I've never used a saw that cut so fast or had higher RPM's than one of those. They really scream... :shock:
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Re: Stihl Chainsaw.

Postby BigBill » Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:46 pm

Chisel chain is the square edge the chipper chain is less forgiving. One hit of the dirt and the edge is gone on the chisel chain. But the speed of cutting i unmatched with the chisel chain. On my bigger power heads 85cc and up we ran the skip tooth chains on the 28'' bars and bigger. I never noticed a difference in the cutting speed too. I figured the less teeth the faster the chain would cut with the longer bars.

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