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Anybody seen these yet? The new ones are pretty sweet but the only place they lack IMO is the zipper. The previous one had an awesome big rugged zipper. This one is a little cheesy. But the bag is great.

Thick wide straps. Removeable shoulder strap as before. The bad is a little smaller, 32" x 16" x 16" this time. The other I want to say was at least 40" long or more. This little bad larry has a removeable hard plastic base as opposed to the permanently riveted piece of wood. Cool feature. Two full length outside pockets, one side has mini pockets built in and a little zipper pocket too. The other side is just an open pocket. The bottom has 5 support feet and a hard textured base. Canvas is thick and durable. And the top has a wide opening the folds over when you unzip it as opposed to the single zipper and slit type opening on the old style. This give better and easier access to all the junk that inside the bag. Good job IMO I wish I didn't just buy the old style LOL






 

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I like my Husqvarna chainsaw bag. I wish they would make a large version to haul the big saws in.

Which bag do you have? I have the old one, I'll try and get some pics of that one up with some measurements. It'll hold a big saw easy...... just not with a bar on it LOL
 

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Which bag do you have? I have the old one, I'll try and get some pics of that one up with some measurements. It'll hold a big saw easy...... just not with a bar on it LOL

Bought it last year. It's blue and is perfect for the 550 but the 044 doesn't fit quite right.
 

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Bought it last year. It's blue and is perfect for the 550 but the 044 doesn't fit quite right.

Will hold up to a 357-359 sized saw with 20" attached. Considered for small chainsaws.
 

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It's a good bag for PHO transport, which is the way I'm transporting mine now. Takes up too much space awkwardly putting the saws in the truck all assembled. Now, if I'm only bringing 1 or 2 and there's nothing else in the back then it's no big deal. By the time you get 6 saws and bars and chairs and accessories and beer cans and party hats back there, you need all the space you can get.
 

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I didnt like the new black and orange bags shown here. So I went looking because I like the blue ones and only wanted the single to carry the 346, 550 or 545 inside the envoy on longer trips to my other place.
Got lucky IMO my local dealer still had a 50th blue one there left. :happygrin: :10:

Just a feebay pic to show.




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That's a few years left over LOL good find. They're all good quality IMO with minor differences. I haven't dared stock the saw bags, way too many hard cases around here and people are stuuuuuuuuborn as mules lol
 

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That's a few years left over LOL good find. They're all good quality IMO with minor differences. I haven't dared stock the saw bags, way too many hard cases around here and people are stuuuuuuuuborn as mules lol


Hate'em myself. I give hard cases away.


Say I work on a saw. I go hey you want a free saw case with your saw back. :rofl:
 

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