Husqvarna 455 Rancher 20-Inch 55-1/2cc 2-Stroke Gas-Powered Chain Saw (CARB Compliant)

January 8, 2015 - Comment

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Includes 55.5cc Gas 20-in Rear Handle Chain Saw – 9650302-98

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Ed C. Upper Woodworks "VelvetHog" says:

A serious saw, but not a pro saw. This is my second full season with my 455 Rancher. We have been having a huge issue here in Colorado with pine beetle infestations of lodgepole pine trees. I have been felling and bucking pine for firewood. I’ve been putting in about 15 hours per week with my Husky saw. It has performed well. The cutting I have been doing has been at 9000 feet elevation and even at this altitude the saw has adequate power for what I’ve been cutting. Most of the trees I’ve been dropping are 12″ to 24″ in…

Bo "Washington State" says:

Great Saw I just picked up a 455 Rancher about a month ago (today is 4 May, 2006). This is a great saw. I had been using for more than 20 years, and still use to some degree a Stihl 028; another excellent saw.There are some pros and cons to this saw as with all things.Here’s what I like. It’s easy to operate and maintain. Accessibility of the under-cowel components such as the air filter, spark plug, and clutch housing is a no-brainer. It starts easy. In fact, you really don’t…

21st Century Hermit says:

Great Homeowners Chainsaw Pros:- Easy starting, cold, hot or in between- Powerful and fast cutting- Easy manual chain adjust- Sensitive chain brakeCons:- Loud- Won’t load the wood into the pickupWhere I live, dry ponderosa pine goes for about $125 per cord blocked and delivered. I’ve cut about a dozen cords of mostly dead-fall ponderosa in the 11-months I’ve owned the 455. The trees have ranged up to 32″ caliper but most are 24″ or less and I harvest the entire…

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