al how: @wtaylor2608 If you have a look at the last video I did, that is the
happiest I've been with the saw so far after some more port work. The wood
is yellowbox which is a very hard wood here. That was with a 7 tooth
sprocket. I only run 7 tooth in our hardwood. Subsribe away.
al how: @BrigT262 Sorry for taking so long to reply. I did all the work.
Jeanette Ewers: I own both the 395 tears through logs 372 is a toy
skywalke112583: sorry but i don't see much diference betwen 395 and 372 wich i own , but i
think its much heavyer
al how: Yawn. Another hero! Kids.....grow up!
al how: Yawn! Another hero! Kids....grow up!
rude252: The difference... 372 is 71cc and this 395 is 100cc so obviously the 395
has more power than the 372. And yes it is heavier because it is a much
bigger chainsaw. I have worked with European hardwoods and there is no
comparison. I have cut Australian hardwood where you have to sharpen the
chain after each cut. You can't hit a nail into the wood, you have to drill
a hole first - the same with screws or they will break.
Brig T: Who did your port and exhaust work?
ChargerHemi29: That baby cuts real nice! That's a beast. I picked myself up an 181 SE,
can't wait to try it out.
al how: @skywalke112583 Romania, lol? What would you know to criticise others work?
What would you know about our hardwoods? No video's under your channel! Now
that figures! Sorry fella, but that's very typical.
DoomHell999: The 576XP = Very Sick Saw will be 2 more higher end one soon like the 598XP
al how: 7.9kg!
al how: Yawn!
davetileguy: I put a turbo on my Huksy,it hauls ass now.
wtaylor2608: Wicked Husky Man! Wow! I Have a 395xp too!, All Rock Stock
though....Although Mine is an Awsome Saw, I Now See Even More Potential! No
way I could match that...by the looks of it your running a 24" Bar, and
Guessing an 8-Tooth Sprocket? Awsome Video...I Would like to subscribe?
al how: @joe23ba 185 psi
SNOX570: Strap a long bar on that 372 and you WILL see a difference. Personally I
like the 390 It's about 2lbs lighter than the 395 with only .5 hp less but
only a lb heavier than the 372 but a full hp more.
skywalke112583: @polyanthemos i'm sorry again for what i said. and i will put some videos
too........i hope we can make an exchange of opinions in future? of course
if you don't mind. sorry about my english :))
skywalke112583: @polyanthemos first of all i diden't criticise your work(i just said that i
don't see much diferrence, and i mean in cutting), second i have a big
respect for everyone who is useing a husky,including you.So before lol of
me and my country, it's better to ask me.........what made me to say that.
And let me tell yousomething,you have no idea, what hardwoods(like we have)
means. i work as an logger for over 15 years, in romania and austria. i'm
sorry for what i said, never worked with a 395
al how: And here we have another one! No video's what so ever, but a critical voice
on others. How about you post some vids for us to peruse?
skywalke112583: sorry but i don't see much diference betwen 395 and 372 wich i own
skywalke112583: i have a question for all of you. what can you tell me about new model 560
xp? had someone workwd with her?
33volsfan: Gotta love those huskys!!! Great video
al how: Lol, am I supposed to be offended? There's not much worth saying about
someone pathetic enough to attempt putdowns but to seek help. Be hero in
your own lunchtime.
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.