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I use a Stihl O-66 (now designated the MS-66) and a Homelite Super 2 for limbing and small stuff.
 

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I like my stihl .029 farm boss for all around. I use a Husky385 for felling.I have several small limb saws also a Homelite superxl automatic with manual oiler override that is an excellent buck saw.
 

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I ussually buy Stihl products.But I just do not use a chainsaw very often a few times a year to trim a few trees and cut some brush.So when I bought one last summer I went with a cheapy.It is a 16'' Sears Craftsman made by Poulan but works for me.If I had more use for one it would have been a Stihl no other way to go I would feel.Go easy on me for buying a Sears Craftsman please.
 

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All but the two smallest of mine are logging saws. None are very new except the smallest one for trimming small limbs. All of them work very well, IF, ya keep them sharp. All start easy and run great. Never had any trouble with any of them, so far......

1- Stihl .051
2- Homelite 925
1- McCulloch 850
1- McCulloch 610 (the 5 cu. in. one)
1- McCulloch MS 1432
 
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