HUSQVARNA 395 XP® G

A very powerful saw from our latest generation of large professional saws. The 395XP is engineered with the professional logger in mind. Designed for the most demanding conditions a logger may face. The 395XPG is unique due to its more rugged handle design, more aggressive clutch, and wider clutch cover for better dispersal of wood chips. This saw also has the power and balance to take longer bar lengths. Equipped with heated handles for greater comfort in cold and wet conditions.

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$ 1,269.95

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Features for 395 XP® G

  • Centrifugal air cleaning system removes larger dust and debris particles before reaching the air filter. This results in reduced air filter cleanings and improved engine life.

  • System designed to reduce vibration levels to the operator, which lessens fatigue.

  • Sturdily built crankcase withstands high rpms and tough professional use, ensuring a long service life.

  • Efficient heating coils in the front and rear handles make the saw more comfortable to use in cold and damp conditions.

  • Forged three-piece crankshaft for maximum durability for the toughest applications.

  • Distinct, colored marks used for aiming the direction of timber fall.

  • Better grip and a 7° offset handle reduces fatigue.

  • Allows you to control oil flow depending on application and weather conditions.

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Product reviews for 395 XP® G

HUSQVARNA 395 XP® G 4.2 5 5 5
Big power saw for big jobs The 395xp is a high-power, high torque saw for running big bars on big wood. The anti-vibe is better than the Stihl 066/ms660. The outboard clutch which some see as a negative (because it is a little harder to change sprockets if changing bars/chain types a lot) clears chips much better than an inboard clutch if noodling (splitting 36"+ rounds for more manageable splitting, and milling. If you aren't milling or cutting 36"+ wood, don't bother- smaller saws cut faster (higher RPMs) and are lighter and easier to use. But in big wood the torque on this saw shines. However, the weight is a negative to deal with, especially if you are falling (weight can be less annoying if bucking), so if you don't need it, save your back and get a smaller saw. The heated handles and carb heater are great if you work in the winter. Also invest in the $6 winter kit. Getting parts online is easy. Cons (besides the weight) are that the plastic fins on the starter cover break if you are rough with the saw. The protective plate on the front isn't standard and the powder coat paint tends to chip. The muffler is very restrictive (EPA restrictions) and the carb tuning jets have restricted movement (requiring modification or a splined tool to get better jet tuning range). Porting done by a pro really wakes this saw up. October 31, 2014
power house this saw is a complete power house that can even keep up with some 3120's in competition this saw kis sick in hard wood and big soft wood November 29, 2011
chain saw model 142 is junk all i have done is repair ,I am going to get rid of and buy a Steel like I should have to begin with April 14, 2011
well,all i can say is it beats any other manufacturer out there hands down,it is/was my MOST reliable Production "falling" saw.i was never in wood big enough to warrant 3120,although i wished that weren't the case. i could DEPEND on ANY of Husqvarna's Xp[g] saws i've owned,i've used up 2-371 xp's[light falling,bucking/limbing&,1 288 lite[bucking12-18 loads a day, 1-394xpg never had enough wood to even wear it in.... i ran these saws INCIDENT FREE everyday i/we were allowed out there[temp.,wind,etc.]never ANY problems,exelent -20's cold starting,stihl willNOT do that,period. The only problem,we usually had to quit early-no more wood ,in the landing...... March 12, 2011
reliable powerfull Never had chainsaws that were as powerfull as the ones that I currently own. I have 2 372 XP's and 1 395 XP. Similar sized chain saws at similar pricing don't even come near the performance as mine. February 24, 2011
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