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  1. TreeMonkey85

    TreeMonkey85 Well-Known OPE Member

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    How good are the 576XPs, had a 394XP and regret selling. The 576 has come up local and is in good shape with a 20" Oregon B&C. And what would be a good price to give for it? Thanks
     
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    huskyboy Sorta a Husqvarna guy.

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    Little “fluffy” for the displacement like a 441, but a good smooth worksaw.
     
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    huskyboy Sorta a Husqvarna guy.

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    I will warn ya it’s more complex than a 394 to take apart but all the newer mtronic/autotune or strato saws are more complicated anyway. Just the way they are.
     
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    Didnt they make the 576 with a traditional carb also?
     
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    r black STIHLAHUSKYLOVER

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    had a 576xp auto tune great saws tons of grunt , smooth, a little heavy ....yes they make carb and auto tune saws
     
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    576xp extremely smooth saw and some what well balanced but kinda remind me of a 6.0 power stroke (either they run for ever or they cost you you’re child’s collage fund)

    I personally own 2 of them one has needed nothing the other needed PTO bearing within 3 years. Have 3 576’s under the bench that need top ends because of bearing issues.

    Probably will get hammered for this comment but my new 572 feels a lot like my 576’s witch isn’t really a bad thing.
     
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