Nice little Husky chainsaw.
This is a video of my chainsaw
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Tags: Chainsaw, Husqvarna, Start, Test
i bought mine running awesome but way scratched up for $25
nice little saw :}
that’s a nice little saw
try to place it away from an open port. i remember taking one of those apart and thinking the same thing
WHAT EXACTLY IS IT DOING?
Hi Don! You’re doing excelent job. I have a Frontier Mark 1 taken apart and I have noticed that there is no little pin in piston ring groove at all. How shoud ring be placed in piston then?
nice lil chainsaw it sounds like the old homelite xl chainsaw
Wow that cuts really fast, does “35″ refer to the engine capacity by any chance?
what shop did you go to, i live in ottawa, do you know of any shops to get good deals?
i thought u would catch on LOL
Let me guess…you left the 99 other chainsaws to go save this one…LOL.
Nice little saw there.
Wow why cant I get a deal like that . I found one like it but they wanted $150.00 and it was not nearly in good shape as that one .
I got my tractor belt replaced some landscape guy was cutting grass near me and I asked him if he knew how it went on and he did it for me for the barter price of a old 3.5 hp briggs I had for 1980 old rally mower that I could not get the cables for.
Keep up the great videos!!!
nice i had some light green chainsaw but forgot the name but its very powerful and was like new but for sure it was NOT a poulan
very nice trimming saw
damn thats a nice little saw i just picked up two homelites today for $20
sweet! what a cute little saw. ive seen things sell to someone else coz i disnt buy it straight away
wish we could get some of that rain in detroit to cool us down………..nice saw!!!
Thanks man that will be awesome im just intrested in seing some of the shop, and yea a before and after would be great!
sounds like a good idea, i will do a before and after
Do you think you can do a before and after video, the shop looks clean and anyways its a shop? im just intrested to see the layout soon so can you give a mini tour and then do the grand tout when its all ready?
i’ll get a complete shop tour up in a number of months because i have many modifications to make in the shop. it’s a bit messy , though organized, at the moment
Thats a good deal you found, i think im gonna get one off ebay but the guy says it wont start. I could probably get it to go and now because of this video i know its a good little saw, and i think ill get it.
Thanks dony, when do you think you can get the shop tour video up?
I just wanted you to know Husqvarna Chainsaws are made in Stockholm Sweden!!
They started out in 1689 as a weapons foundry & produced their first
Chainsaw in 1959!
got the same saw its great i cutt trees all day i cut firewood do around 55 60 cord a year its a great saw yea and they make alot bigger chainsaws than this husqvarnas biggest saw is a 118cc monster wen this is only 46cc saw it still gets the job done
I ended up going back to the regular 18inch bar on mine. The reason mainly was that the rancher bar requires a different sprocket because its thicker and has a different pitch and tooth count. the “clutch”/sprocket is a replaceble item ment to be replaced after about 8 chains. i had to replace mine so i went back to the stock set up. hope this helps.
I had a question for you about your bar and chain. First off I have the same saw and love it. i was going to use a 18-20ich- bar that is 3/8 pitch. did you replace the drive sprocket to go with the larger chain and bar? just curious.. does the saw drive the larger chain with ease.
hey bud check out my saw vids………subscribe if ud like……..take it easy
I was not there obviously but basic safety tips and an introductory course on chainsaw safety will prevent 99% of chainsaw injuries. The remaining 1%, we’ll have to live with it.
nice chainsaw, and be cafeful becuase today i was riding my atv up the rode and saw a life flight helicopter pickin up a guy cuz his saw kicked up and cut his face and neck
thanks I have a 445 also and love it.
yes its a 3/8 pitch 72 teeth, and you would need to change the sproket to go to the .325 68 tooth chain. i have both but i only use the .325 setup when i need to cut one of the hickory trees.
is that a 3/8″ pitch chain, if so do you need to change the sprocket to fit that chain? they come with a.325″ chain.
one thing to do when you get it is pull the cover and check the clutch hub and chain sprocket. they should be replace every few chains. im gonna do a vid of it when mine come it. i let it go to long and it broke.
You obviously love your chainsaw. I bought the exact same model from Ebay yesterday. Hopefully I will be able to use it before the snow starts to fall – I’m in Canada. Thanks for the video and for the explanations.
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