niksechtniks: we use both brands and they work great they are prety damn close to each
other, but us prefure the husky
btownmxer: stihl craps on huskys
jack070991: as far as i know husqvarna still produces 372 xp(xt) ?
highsierrawoodsman: I like the 562 as well. It is a very well thought out saw. Seriously
considering getting mine ported as the warranty is now up. Porting made a
substantial performance improvement on my other saws. Now I'm ruined for
stock saws! Good video!
Spud799: 36 secs for the 362, 34secs for the 562, 37secs for the 372 and 32secs for
the 441 (but the last was a incomplete cut). For me the best is the 562 XP.
Steve Bunn: i have a 372xp and a 440 and am thinking of buying a 562xp as the other saw
are getting old now. They have both done tons of work over the last 9 yrs
and are still going strong. In your vid I noticed the revs were not staying
high for the 372 which usually means the air filter is ready for a clean
but then I read that it was on it's way out. Most 2strokes have max power
at high revs so the trick to cutting fast is to keep the revs high while
cutting. thanks for the vid.
emanhacker: I do love the videos tho I did come off as a complete ahole but dolmar had
a big bore kit that worked in my 660 that actually stepped up its power
mweba1: Nope, chipper clears better in wet cotton wood. I didn't want it to be
about the chain anyway. With my ported jug back on it bests the 440 by 2+
Dechsi87: You cant compare the weight of 562 to the 362, because of the bigger bar
mount the 562 has. In comparsion with the 560, the husky weights 5,6kg
without cutting equipment and the 362 is 400gr heavier with 6kg. My saw
runs now more than nine months without any problem. But the Husky and the
Stihl are both excellent saws, it depends still to your personal
mweba1: Thanks Mang. I've not got to play with a BB 7900 kit yet.
WoodChukka: Hi Mitch!
mrgoodkat8567: You were a husqvarna man for years hut switched after one bad saw? Doesnt
make sense. Everyone including almighty stihl puts out a lemon once in
awhile. I know a fella that had a ms460 crank grenade in its 2nd week.
Doesnt mean stihl sucks or that thT saw sucks. As long as you buy a pro
model saw from either company, youll have a great saw. Their homeowner
series stuff is hit and miss
WoodChukka: Yeap hotter than hell out. Can't wait for November. Grilling sounds good! I
think we need a grilling / bbq forum over there!!!
emanhacker: as a brush monkey for most of my adolescent life! I wouldnt mind a one on
one show down if any of your saws can out last mine come down and show me I
live in oakhurst california I need a challenge
Smudger: But saying that I am giving serious thought to the 562xp as well :)
mweba1: "Timing" meaning ignition or Times meaning in the cut? Not sure I commented
rtpwyk: No full chisel? It's just cottonwood. Bleh. I think I may jis fix my air
Husqvarnabestsaw: I sure love my 562, pulls a 28'' bar great.
rob066101: No the 361 is 59cc!
floriceeel: thanks for the comparison
digitalseabee2012: Hey Mitch I figured I would throw this out there since this is a saw
comparison, but I wanted to know if by chance you've gotten to run or look
at an Husqvarna 545 AT yet? If so could give me your personal opinion?
Regardless any input would be great. Awesome video as always and thanks
motion2000: Great answer man:) And great vids... keep it up!
emanhacker: not after the fact husky sold a big chunk of their division to poulan and
bought redmax and basically put alot of their efforts into redmax now ive
had both stihls and dolmars most of my life and have ran Husqvarna
sparringly if its american made its now a glorified poulan! stihl is number
one for a reason
b bradhaw B: The 372 seemed like it was a lil off on the high adjustment screw.shoulda
screamed through that log.
SkylineToTheSeaAndMe: So which is the best saw?
matthew barger: I have a stihl Ms 290. What can I do to hop it up? I like these smaller
saws, much lighter. Would like to boost this saw
mweba1: Resting in the shop after a hard days work ;). Didn't want to embarrass the
DXT61: Correction 36 seconds with 361..not 362
mweba1: Thanks mang. It is a great saw.
TheGervarod: i have a MS251 and cuts very good on any size logs can i get a bigger bar
for this saw? and your vid was good with these 4 saws.
PERPARSON: what are you talking about ???? 362 have the same 3/8 mount as the
562xp....560 xp have the small original 0.325 mount.... 562xp = 362.....
when the MS 342 comes out will be the small 325 mount as the 560xp....562xp
weight 5.7 and ms 362 weights 5.9kg here in europe... 562xp and 362 both
will full tank of oil and fuel weights the same...
Brian Kidd: I am buying a saw this week for log building, I was wondering if you could
show a short comparison between the 562, and 372 for rip cutting compaired
to each other; I am just unsure if the 562 is going to have enough balls to
keep workin all day compaired to the tried and trusted 372
woodyate: is the 562 husky reliable after a few years of hard work?
ANDY MOTL: Last spring, my friend and I were cutting up large oak branches along the
edges of our fields and we needed to get them cut up, loaded and out of the
way before my brother got there with the tractor to work the ground for
planting. His Stihl 034 was having issues and basically didn't cut a single
log that day. I went and grabbed my 350 husq. And my dad has a 350 as well.
We kikt ass on the oak and hauled around 25 loads up and outta there
without a bit of trouble. 034 failed.
Milan Novek: HQ is better
MrJeffrs: its all bs to me!who's better .Whatever!
Vasile Semcovici: i think the husky 562 run much better than the stihl ms 361.
WoodChukka: Eh, not much. Da fuk yoo doin....??? :) Different typing over here - used
to the spit roast. ;)
mweba1: Ofcourse, its hot out.
Brad Dawson: Hey! (I am Typhoon on AS). I just got a new 562xp, and am very impressed
with it. I timed your cuts, and the 562 certainly held it's own!! WOW!!
NIce vid.. Cheers!
mweba1: The 372 times are not the norm for sure. Although the saw seamed to run
good, it lost it crank bearings a month later. Must have been on its way
Dechsi87: 361 - 36,8 sec (59,0 ccm, 3,4 kW, 5,8 kg without bar and fuel) 562 - 33,3
sec (59,8 ccm, 3,5 kW, 5,7 kg without bar and fuel) 372 - 35,5 sec (70,7
ccm, 4,1 kW, 6,4 kg without bar and fuel) 440 - 31 sec (70,7 ccm, 4,0 kW,
6,3 kg without bar and fuel) Pretty good time for a 60ccm saw, I love the
560/562 ;) I have a 560XPG for half a year and it works just perfect, best
balanced saw I've ever had and the engine is also a dream!
mweba1: Yes, they haul chips very well with any thing under a 20 which is what mine
mweba1: That saw has been just plain average since day one. It sure has been the
most reliable though.
emanhacker: first off I dont ever remember saying husqvarna never didnt use redmaxs
stratofied motors even tho you failed to point out that redmax was the
first saw to actually use said technology and if husqvarna isnt made in
sweden now adays like I said once again new husqvarnas are glorified
poulans. also stihl credits redmax for their new technology of the strato
motor even tho the strato motor was invented back in 1902 and was first
used in a hesselman engine. my saws are far from subpar*
TheMONTREYJACK1993: for optimum cutting for the 560 i would recommend a 15 to 18inch bar with
full chisel chain but good video anyway =]
PERPARSON: ms 362 would be the same time or better than 562xp becouse better torque of
jha12732: Ms361 = 36 seconds, 562xp = 33 seconds, 372xp = 36 seconds, and ms440 = 30
seconds. That's weird
emanhacker: and truelly sorry if you really think im bashing huskys I never ever said
old husqvarnas suck their new poulan made stuff is junk even you can agree
I never like newer saws because of their plastic etc Husqvarna is basically
gutting redmax and will soon bleed most of redmax into just being
Husqvarnas only you wait and see