Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Re: Which Stihl chain saw?
Response To:
Which Stihl chain saw? ()

George Van in WI
>Walter, I agree with Terry, go to your dealer. He is trained to qualify your safety and cutting needs. Cutting with a chainsaw is dangerous work. As I have used a chain saw all my life for logging and woodlot improvement. I had to be professionally trained and certified to ship logs to the mill. The saw and type of chain the dealer would recommend to me may be totally different than one he feels best for you. They normally do not try to sell you more saw than you need and will be there for questions and service. While you are there ask him about safety equipment, more important than the type of saw. Accidents can happen and we canít always be lucky!

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