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Echo CS 352 16" Chainsaw #8412014 10/09/21 10:11 PM
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Used just once by my son when he helped his future mother in law with a downed tree from a storm. Has a case and is in great condition. I have two Stihl Chainsaws that I love but would use this saw for any heavy work.

$200 call 214-415-6203 if interested. Pickup only in Coppell, TX NW of Dallas.

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Re: Echo CS 352 16" Chainsaw [Re: Mathp] #8413437 10/11/21 01:25 AM
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Is it hard to start? Do you have a pic?

Re: Echo CS 352 16" Chainsaw [Re: retfuz] #8413559 10/11/21 03:32 AM
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I’ve had the same saw for 8 years. Starts easily, has plenty of power for my mesquites and live oaks. Only work I’ve ever had to do to it is changing blades. One time, it gave me trouble getting it started, and then I realized that I’m a moron and had forgotten to flip the toggle switch smile

Whoever buys this saw will be pleased.

Re: Echo CS 352 16" Chainsaw [Re: Mathp] #8413822 10/11/21 12:10 PM
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I've had my CS-352 for about ten years. Never lets me down. I use it twice a year at least.

95% of a Stihl at 60% of the price.


Pass the gravy.


Re: Echo CS 352 16" Chainsaw [Re: Mathp] #8414637 10/11/21 10:32 PM
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excellent saw, wish I needed it.


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Re: Echo CS 352 16" Chainsaw [Re: Mathp] #8474797 12/13/21 11:06 PM
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An Echo product will out perform any other brand out there including Stihl.which is a good saw. But echo will start after about 2 or 3 pulls eventho it has been setting for a period... of time...cant go wrong with an echo...my 2cents worth....


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