HUSQVARNA 576 XP®
Pro Arborist use this saw every day great for big removals, not to heavy just enough power to get the job done. Best saw for the price. Just keep your maintenence up and its a great saw.
October 1, 2014
This is the best saw ever!!
This saw has no problem getting the job done, everything that I put it up against it handled no problem, I burred it in to a 34" red oak and it didn't even know it was in a piece of wood. The hickory doesn't phase it at all I love this saw well worth the money and I bought a six pack of oil and got another year warranty for a total of three years. Great buy!!!!
February 3, 2014
bought one march 2012 after my 372 died i only use for cutting logs and big wood with lots of limbs so i dont use it that much;its to heavy for a old timer i use my 562 for everyday use.still going strong
January 19, 2014
Tried a husky after older 066 sthl seized! smoother balanced and faster, bought two more following week. raised eyebrows on our sthl peers, good dealer support recognized as well
December 31, 2013
Powerful, Low Vibe, East starting saw
I bought one of these in the spring and have cut about 4-5 cords of firewood with it so far. Mostly Elm and Oak here in WI, and I am running a 24" bar with full chisel chain. It cuts through hardwood like butter and is very fuel efficent for something with this much power. It is a tad bit hefty, but would you expect anything else for a 70+ cc saw!?!
September 24, 2013
does not last
i am a logger that works 7 days a week alot. this was my 2nd 576. it didnt even last 90 days before the barrings went out. i went 2 years before trying it again. same thing happened to me again. husqavarna took care of me both times first time they gave me a 372 nice saw but lasted 4 months. this time going to try 390 hope i have better luck or i will have to go to stihl. i really like the 576 and it would be great for cutting fire wood on the weekends but running it 10 to 12 hours a day it wont last. if it lasted at least a year i would buy one every year i really like the power it has. it really rips when it is running.
August 5, 2013
Nice step up
I bought a 576xp to handle the bigger cuts that were a bit much for my 346xp. The 576 rips through red oak and is surprisingly nimble and easy to run for long periods of time. I ran an MS 460 for a while and the 576 is significantly easier to handle from a vibration standpoint.
January 29, 2013
25 year upgrade
My new 576 XP replaces a 25 year old 266 XP. The improvements in ease of starting and ergonomics are very nice and I expect the new saw to last just as long.
December 27, 2012