Topic: Re: Mid-sized Chainsaw Opinion
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My kids all went together 4 years or so ago and got me a Stihl MS 310 with a 20 inch bar on it. It falls into the farm and ranch category, not the professional series. 59 cc, 20 inch bar is the longest recommended for it. Current model of that saw is the MS 311 I think. 14 lbs without the bar and chain. Does everything I need it to do, I cut some fairly large stuff at times, as I have an outside boiler. It will make it work though in large hardwood. Has never failed to start, and other than keeping the air filter clean, and gas and oil and sharpening, I haven't done a thing to it.
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