Right out of the box i loved this saw. Always starts and runs with great power. Adjustable bar oil flow is a plus with my 32" on it. My saw is an 2001 model, in 2011 i did a big bore 75cc kit and muffler mod and this thing is a beast now. Wouldn't trade it for another at all. The guys i cut wood with always love to trade off saws for a little while so they can use mine.
July 11, 2014
This Saw Made Me Love Husqvarna
I borrowed this saw from my older brother wanting to cut some firewood. Little did I know that I would fall in love with it. I'm only 5'5" and 120 lbs, but I could handle this saw. I was surprised to find that it was over 14 lbs, since it seemed lighter to me.
Anyway, the saw was amazing. It handled hardwood, and softwood like a champ. Unfortunately I had to give the saw back to my brother. However I have now bought my own saw :)
February 27, 2014
No exaggeration, I could not love a human baby as much as I love this saw.
July 14, 2013
Husqvarna 365 Special
This saw runs great! The chain tightening adjustment feels rough but it is working. The saw starts and runs great and after using it for a few hours I look forward to great service from it.
February 14, 2013
As always , Husqvarna has made another quality saw. This is my sixth that I now currently own and going from a full-time logger to occasionally cutting firewood , I have never had a complaint with any of the Huskys I have owned over the years.
January 27, 2013
New 365 X TORQUE
I just purchased a new 372XP earlier this year to handle bigger stuff. I loved that power to weight ratio and versatility of the 372 so much I considered getting another to replace a 455 Rancher with altogether but they are a bit pricey. So I investigated the new 365 X Torque which by the way is the exact same engine as on the 372XP that is also X Torque. The only differences were the 365 has 4.9HP VS the 372 at 5.3HP (A baffle in the transfers), the air filter systems are different but can be converted, mine has only one bucking spike but again this can be added if desired, there is no silver XP logo on the filter cover (not an XP saw) and last but not least I got mine for $300 less money than a 372XP. So far the only time I have noticed a power difference is with a 28in bar pulling through a 24in. round of Mulberry (very hard wood) but it still handled it very well. My 365 X Torque now wears a 24in. bar with full chisel chain which I find to be a good combination for balance and versatility. The 372XP is an awesome saw no doubt but for someone looking to save a few bucks and still have an awesome saw look no further, you won't be disappointed.
September 22, 2012
I find the 365 to be an unbelievable saw. A minor amount of maintenance keeps my saw running perfectly. As per the other reviews, I don't find my saw to be a problem to start, in fact, I always amazed at how easy it is even after I haven't used the saw in months. The power is perfect for the work I need it to do. My wife found it a bit heavy to use but we ended up getting her a 345 which she totally loves. All in all, a fantastic product that has given me years of trouble free use and I don't expec that to change in the coming decades.
September 14, 2012
This saw replaced a 1947 model. The old saw was simple and powerful. The 365 is incredible - more power, light, fuel efficient, a terrific cutting machine.
April 6, 2012