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    Default Re: SAPPLING CUTTER FROM FINLAND

    i have been told that the idea of the handel's on the XPH, as on most russian saws was to keep the operator's head up in "clean air" while felling in shoveled out hole in deep snow.

    the saw can be turned any position by loosening the knob on the tank and turning to desired position and retightening the knob.
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    Default Re: SAPPLING CUTTER FROM FINLAND

    Quote Originally Posted by William Greene View Post
    i have been told that the idea of the handel's on the XPH, as on most russian saws was to keep the operator's head up in "clean air" while felling in shoveled out hole in deep snow.

    the saw can be turned any position by loosening the knob on the tank and turning to desired position and retightening the knob.
    Interesting. Wouldnt think that CO would be an issue... Just how deep is the snow in Russia

    WHats that saw behind the XPH in the pictures? The one in front of the pruning saw on the bottom shelf with the long weird body? 339XP? If so how do you like it? You have quite a collection there even for a store.... Locally theres next to nothing stocked.
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    Default Re: SAPPLING CUTTER FROM FINLAND

    the saw in question is a 339 and runs .325 .050 saw chain and the grab handles are further apart for saftey,unlike it's cusin the 338 next to it which runs .050 3/8 pitch lo pro saw chain (much better than .325 ) the 338 is an arborist's saw (bucket or one handed) so they are the same saw internaly, just with different handle's and saw chain. the 339 would be much faster cutting imho with 3/8's lo pro (91 series oregon) why the mfg does that is anybody's guess
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    1985k35004wd/w 9'plow454manualtrans
    1989c70w/juice brakes366manualw/hi/lo
    20116.6duramaxallison4wd
    19851845ccaseloggrappledirtbucketpalletforkyorkrak e
    1986 54 cordking w/32'conveyor
    1962 A100 HUSQVARNA new never been run
    plenty of new ones and lots of used for me to run

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    Default Re: SAPPLING CUTTER FROM FINLAND

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