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Old 05-21-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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Looking for a quality chainsaw in the $350 or less range. Looking really hard at a Stihl MS 250. Any feedback or other suggestions. It will be used mainly for trimming at home and around the lease. I don't see me ever cutting anything over 10 or 12 inches in diameter, and usually under 6 inches.
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:09 PM   #2
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Can't go wrong with Stihl.
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You're looking to big for that job IMHO. If you are looking at cutting small stuff for 95+% of the time, I'd go with something in the 170-210 range. However, a 250 is a VERY good all purpose saw. It just gets a little heavy when you're cutting cedar all day.
My family owns lots of sthil's, and I don't know of a single saw thats been a disappointment. All easy to work on an mantain. Keep them well maintained, they'll last a LONG time
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I love my echo cs520 but as mentioned above it get heavy after awhile, I then get out my echo cs330,cant complain bout echo
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:16 PM   #5
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I started out in the 170-210 range, but didn't want to underbuy. Most of my chainsaw work is a couple of hours or less at a time.
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:17 PM   #6
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stihl! great saw
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:25 PM   #7
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I have a Stihl 029 Super 18". Had it for like 10 years at least. It's still doing it's thing!!!

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Old 05-21-2014, 05:25 PM   #8
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I have a brand new MS 271. Its like butta!! love it! purrs like a kitten.
BUY STIHL! after 10 years you will STIHL be satisfied~!
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:29 PM   #9
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I just bought the MS250....can't go wrong with Stihl
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:32 PM   #10
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I have a brand new MS 271. Its like butta!! love it! purrs like a kitten.
BUY STIHL! after 10 years you will STIHL be satisfied~!
We've got a couple still running strong after 20. Our sawmill saws need a little TLC, and they'll do the same.

If you are worried about being to small, go with the 250. I've cut all day with one, and I've cut all day with a 170, a 180, a 210... Just keep your blades sharp.

Side note, have I ever told you guys how much I hate Cedar?
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:36 PM   #11
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IMHO, Stihl, like many other manufacturers of various products, has pushed the envelope in their value engineering over the last several years and their product quality has suffered. That being said, they're better than anything else out there that I've come across. I have three of them. I also have an Echo (can't remember the model #) general purpose saw in a 16" bar that I've put through hell and it just won't wear out. One of my Stihl's is of comparable size to my Echo and I'd say that, between the two, the Stihl is a little more of a cold starter and drinks a little more fuel... but it also is a little more maintenance friendly, a little more powerful, and definitely more ergonomic (which may not matter if you're using it for a couple hours but it can be a needle mover on the days when you're at it all day long). My top pick is Stihl with Echo as a fairly close 2nd.
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:56 PM   #12
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I like the Husquvarna Rancher....works for me anyway
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Old 05-21-2014, 06:05 PM   #13
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The 250 is a great saw, it handle 8 to 10 and then some. You could go a little smaller but if you ever did need to cut something large you would be out of luck.
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Old 05-21-2014, 06:08 PM   #14
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Love my Echo, starts on first pull and cuts everything I need it to.
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Old 05-21-2014, 06:21 PM   #15
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I've got a CS 590 echo with a 20" bar. That's bigger than you need but it starts easier and runs just as good as my brothers comparable size stihl IMO. I don't think you can Ho wrong with either stihl or echo.
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Old 05-21-2014, 06:33 PM   #16
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I have an old Stihl 044 that is too dang heavy to work with all day for the little stuff I need to cut. I was looking for a lighter saw for the occasional cutting I do at the lease, mostly mesquite and cedar. I went as light as I could and bought an ms170 last week. Broke it in last weekend at the lease and loved it. It tackled everything i need it to and never slowed me down. I walked all over the place trimming limbs and brush from places I neglected in the past because the 044 was a pain to carry.

I'm plenty happy with the ms170. Nifty little saw.
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Old 05-21-2014, 06:38 PM   #17
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I have had the Stihl MS250 for a couple months now and its been great. I've cut about 4 cords of firewood and two big pines that fell in the storm the other day. It starts quick makes quick work of a downed tree.
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I have an old Stihl 044 that is too dang heavy to work with all day for the little stuff I need to cut. I was looking for a lighter saw for the occasional cutting I do at the lease, mostly mesquite and cedar. I went as light as I could and bought an ms170 last week. Broke it in last weekend at the lease and loved it. It tackled everything i need it to and never slowed me down. I walked all over the place trimming limbs and brush from places I neglected in the past because the 044 was a pain to carry.

I'm plenty happy with the ms170. Nifty little saw.
Way to much saw there we have a 038 and an 048, we only use them for saw milling though!
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Old 05-21-2014, 07:19 PM   #19
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If you can, avoid getting a "Homeowner" rated Stihl. Stihls low-end saws are junk compared to the similar priced Husky's. Stihl has incorporated too much plastic in the low end saws where even a homeowner-rated saw needs more. I've not had to replace anything on my Pro saws, but the cheap Stihl's I've bought over the last 3 years have had issues.
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Old 05-21-2014, 07:27 PM   #20
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I have that saw. You can get it with the Quick Chain Adjuster (optional). Mine has that and I love that feature. If it's easy to tighten the chain, you'll do it when you're supposed to instead of putting it off for "just one more cut."
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Old 05-21-2014, 07:34 PM   #21
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http://www.stihlusa.com/WebContent/C...ison-Chart.pdf

^^comparison chart^^

I like the relative light weight of the MS 250. It's been an awesome saw!

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Old 05-21-2014, 07:37 PM   #22
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MS 260 pro...sthil is the standard.

buy once, cry once.


I had an older 046 and it was a beast...way too much saw for what I needed & this 260 is a dream.
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Old 05-21-2014, 07:38 PM   #23
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I always use ETHYNOL free gas in all my saws, mowers, pole saw, lawnmowers etc. Ethynol is from Satan. Every thing just runs better with NO ETHYNOL!

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Old 05-21-2014, 07:41 PM   #24
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Stihl and/or Echo
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Old 05-21-2014, 07:46 PM   #25
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Husquvarna or Stihl both great saws
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Old 05-21-2014, 07:57 PM   #26
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I was wondering abou the quick chain adjuster, I never seam to have the correct wrenches at the moment I need them. What about the easy start?
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:01 PM   #27
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Thanks for all the suggestions. In sutton county I could cut cedar for weeks, plus 4 of our 6 members are over 65 and I get saw duty all the time...
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:06 PM   #28
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I have a echo 520 been a great saw
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:07 PM   #29
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Echo CS310 is more than what you need, will last forever and is right at $200.
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:10 PM   #30
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Stihl 038... 30 yrs and stihl cutting!
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:16 PM   #31
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I still think the STIHL saws should use this song in a Stihl Chain Saw Ad.
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:35 PM   #32
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Got 2 stihls and an echo stihl is twice the machine
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:47 PM   #33
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Husquvarna, Stihl or Echo. All three are great saws. I have the Echo and love it. My FIL has a Stihl and it's 25 years old and still runs great.
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Dad has a new Stihl, and it's as good as they've always been. BIL has a Husquvarna and I think it's a great saw too.
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Gave away 2 thousand dollars worth of Stihl saws,and bought 2 Echo saws.I hate Stihl saws...I still have a pole saw made by em.
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Used a husqvarna saw all summer long 10 hours a day my junior and senior years in high school cutting shooting lanes, stand sites, and roads. Ran like a champ 2 years in a row with what I would call abuse like conditions. Only thing we ever had to do was get new chains when we wore one out and keep it full of oil and gas. No experience with the other brands, but if I ever buy a saw it will be a husqvarna.
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Living in Montana for a lot of years. I can't remember any of my logger friends ever say he used an Echo Chain Saw. All Stihls....Not saying Echo are not good saws for sure they are ---but I just don't remember hearing or seeing any loggers use them.
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I just bought this one with quick adjust chain/easy start. Used it this past weekend on medium sized stuff. So far so good!

http://www.stihlusa.com/products/cha...saws/ms251cbe/
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Stihl is definitely a great saw. Echo also good and reliable. For your main use of trimming, you ought to think about and go handle an Echo 330T. The T stands for top-handle grip. Advantage is control of saw with trigger hand right on top of motor; runs about $250 (14-inch bar; could add a 16-inch bar if needed for about $30 extra).
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I always use ETHYNOL free gas in all my saws, mowers, pole saw, lawnmowers etc. Ethynol is from Satan. Every thing just runs better with NO ETHYNOL!
Hard to find, though. I did a little research on the lawn contractor forums and it appears that this is the next best thing to ethanol-free and what most of the pros are going to...

http://www.b3cfuel.com/products/ethanol-shield/

They say it's hands down better than Stabil Marine or Seafoam.

I haven't used Ethanol Shield yet, but I did use Mechanic in a Bottle to get a riding mower started the other day. Probably saved $100 by not having to take it to the mower mechanic for a carb cleanout, not to mention loading, unloading and waiting a couple days. I couldn't believe how well it worked... it was practically magic. Couldn't get it to start. Poured one bottle into the gas tank, then started it. I'm a believer.
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Old 05-22-2014, 08:13 AM   #41
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Old 05-22-2014, 08:13 AM   #42
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Looking for a quality chainsaw in the $350 or less range. Looking really hard at a Stihl MS 250. Any feedback or other suggestions. It will be used mainly for trimming at home and around the lease. I don't see me ever cutting anything over 10 or 12 inches in diameter, and usually under 6 inches.
Was in the same boat a year or so ago. Wanted a saw for around the house, deer lease, etc. I went with the MS 250, you will not be disappointed. Its the easiest starting piece of Stihl equipment I have ever used as well.
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Don't buy a Husqvarna. I bought a 16" Husqvarna 435 last fall for cutting firewood and it never work right. Took it in for warranty work and Husqvarna had them change the signal coil. Took it out after that, it ran for about 30 minutes then started to malfunction in the same way it did before. Took it back Husqcrapvarna had told them to change the same part again. I told them i wanted it replaced and they had already wasted my time and money. They wouldn't replace it. Long story short, Husqvarna had them change that same part 3 times with the same results, then they changed the fly wheel still didn't work. 6 months later they decided to replace my saw and that took another 2 weeks. Haven't taken the new one out yet but I'll probably sell it and buy a Stihl. Husqvarna sucks and their customer service is THE WORST I have ever dealt with.
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For your use any of the 3 will do just fine
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We tend to think that if something is good, then more must be even better. But in this case, I would recommend that you go with the lightest weight Stihl model that will consistently do the job for you. So a lot of it depends on how you will use it. The size of the tree trunks and limbs that you will most frequently be cutting. If you're hardly ever going to cut an 18" diameter tree, then lugging a 20" bar around to cut 10" trees and 4" branches is just going to wear you down. And if a 10 lb saw will do the job for you, then a more powerful 13 lb saw is just carrying around 30% more weight for no good reason. Chainsaw work is tiring and hard on the back as it is. Buying more saw than you need is like using a 20 oz framing hammer to drive a finishing nail. My advice is get the right tool for YOUR job.
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Hard to find, though. I did a little research on the lawn contractor forums and it appears that this is the next best thing to ethanol-free and what most of the pros are going to...

http://www.b3cfuel.com/products/ethanol-shield/

They say it's hands down better than Stabil Marine or Seafoam.

I haven't used Ethanol Shield yet, but I did use Mechanic in a Bottle to get a riding mower started the other day. Probably saved $100 by not having to take it to the mower mechanic for a carb cleanout, not to mention loading, unloading and waiting a couple days. I couldn't believe how well it worked... it was practically magic. Couldn't get it to start. Poured one bottle into the gas tank, then started it. I'm a believer.
I buy the Sthil 92 octane premix (no ethanol)...makes life so much easier for what I need in a chain saw. Their bar oil seems to flow better than the other off the shelf brands too. I don't make my living using one, so the minor added cost is worth it. I also keep an extra spark plug & filter on hand, but yet to need them.

The Sthil chains come pre stretched and any minor adjustments are easy to do in the field, although I opt to keep traditional socket / ratchet & screw driver in my work bag vs the all in one tool the saw came with.
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Old 05-22-2014, 09:18 AM   #48
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I was planing on using the premix fuel in a can. Shelf life is like five years, and I wont go through enough fuel for the cost to really matter. Sounds like the ms 250 it is.
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Stihl MS170
List of Ethanol Free Gas stations. Luckily we have one close.
http://pure-gas.org/index.jsp?stateprov=TX
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Run the pre-mixed and extends your warranty.
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