Maube I need a Husky

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I have had only one Husky ever and it was a t435 top handle. Maybe I need a 394 or 395. I have nothing against them but have always had Stihl as my work saws. My hate of the Husky is how they can't stay upright on the ground if they are idling. Even not running they have a hard time not tipping over. Maybe I need to come up with a Husky kick stand.
 

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I have had only one Husky ever and it was a t435 top handle. Maybe I need a 394 or 395. I have nothing against them but have always had Stihl as my work saws. My hate of the Husky is how they can't stay upright on the ground if they are idling. Even not running they have a hard time not tipping over. Maybe I need to come up with a Husky kick stand.
I had my 394 idling on the ground today. It did not fall over, I don't know if this was an anomaly.

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I have had only one Husky ever and it was a t435 top handle. Maybe I need a 394 or 395. I have nothing against them but have always had Stihl as my work saws. My hate of the Husky is how they can't stay upright on the ground if they are idling. Even not running they have a hard time not tipping over. Maybe I need to come up with a Husky kick stand.
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I have had only one Husky ever and it was a t435 top handle. Maybe I need a 394 or 395. I have nothing against them but have always had Stihl as my work saws. My hate of the Husky is how they can't stay upright on the ground if they are idling. Even not running they have a hard time not tipping over. Maybe I need to come up with a Husky kick stand.
So you've based your tippy Husky hypothesis on one saw? Anyway it's not really a big deal unless they are always riding around in a back of a truck.
 

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So you've based your tippy Husky hypothesis on one saw? Anyway it's not really a big deal unless they are always riding around in a back of a truck.
I've yet to have a single saw stay upright in the back of my truck. And that includes the rather plump, wide loaded, oversized dogged, MS261.... She rolls around like a trailer in a tornado back there...... Guess I need to build a little jig for keeping saws in their places?
 

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I've yet to have a single saw stay upright in the back of my truck. And that includes the rather plump, wide loaded, oversized dogged, MS261.... She rolls around like a trailer in a tornado back there...... Guess I need to build a little jig for keeping saws in their places?
You probably wouldn't have that issue if there were any paved roads in Maine.
 
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I've yet to have a single saw stay upright in the back of my truck. And that includes the rather plump, wide loaded, oversized dogged, MS261.... She rolls around like a trailer in a tornado back there...... Guess I need to build a little jig for keeping saws in their places?
Just make sure you put a load of wood under em'...
Problem solved...

 

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