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The 572XP Update Thread

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  1. sawmikaze

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    Can't we all just make fun of my teeth ? And ayoungmustard too ?
     
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    Lmao

    Where my purse i want some of this. Chit box huskys.
     
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    Thank you Randy @Mastermind for posting this valuable consumer minded information on these here garden tools.
     
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    I knew what was gonna happen immediately. Never fails.
     
  5. stihl livin

    stihl livin Searching for a more comfortable van seat

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    SSDT
     
  6. sawmikaze

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    I've seen some things that looked beat but weren't too bad....
     
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    i have a husky...i think they are all awesome... all y'all makin funs of husky are poo faced pony soldiers
     
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    Sounds variable.
     
  9. sawmikaze

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    Anybody out there care to take bets on which members are tuggin' their ropes because Randy is seeing 572s show up with problems ?
     
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    Cracked muffler and broken case, and bad mains... From a 200 hour 572xp...
    Nozzles in carbs and faulty ignitions .
    Some guy's have issues with the posts breaking loose on starter assemblies.

    I have 2 572s no complaints from me yet... lol

    I have been running a 462 ... today the oil cap wouldn't stay closed. I hate them compared to the husky flippy caps.
     

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    572...
     

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    So Husky went with better mains yet they are failing. Am I understanding this right? Maybe a bad batch of bearings? Either way it happens to all makes and models so let’s keep the banter to issues you have seen with the 572 please.
     
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    Well...

    That went south fast.
     
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    I have always been a long time Husky man... But I do have some Stihl s now .
    My partner jumped the fence and bought a 500I. I stumped a nice Doug fir with it, it put a smile on my face.
    They will be a game changer when ported. Kinda pricey though...
     
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    Yep bad mains on a 572... The cutter that it was from is a pro too... Of course the piston and jug were fine.
     
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    Does anyone remember when sharp plastic was a thing?

    Ahh the good ol days.
     
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    Considering how far we have come with modern tech and how we can make such precision shapes and surfaces with super hard metals with precise properties, it is a wonder how there aren't more defects and bad batches.
     
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    My complaint now is tight screws. I have to admit though, Husqvarna has some tough screws. I stripped 2 different t27 wrenches on a T525, and it didn't leave a mark on the screw. Then I tries a Stihl flat blade wrench twice, and both ended up with some slight damage, but the screw did not budge. I gave up on that saw.
     
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    Don’t forget about the sideways balance. That’s a make or break deal too.
     
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