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Husqvarna Chainsaw 120 MK II

Husqvarna's 236 Chainsaw Upgrade

Features a 38.2cc X-Torq 2-Stroke Engine

LowVib Technology Absorbs Vibration

Air Injection Cleaning System For Reduced Wear

New Carburettor For Easier Starting & Run Ability
Husqvarna 120 Mark II Chainsaw
The Husqvarna 120 MK II Chainsaw is the highly anticipated upgrade from the ever popular Husqvarna 236 petrol chainsaw. Weighing in at only 4.7kg and with it's ergonomic design, this saw is ideal for light to medium cutting jobs for occasional use around the home.The 38.2cc X-Torq 2-stroke engine boosts lower emissions and reduced fuel consumption whilst delivering 1.4kW power output. This model comes standard with a 14" (35cm) bar length.

The 120 MKII has been designed with heavy engine upgrades to improve durability with new main bearings, main bearing mounts and a new piston ring. The 120MKII features a new carburettor for easier starting with improved run ability and idle facility.The air injection is designed to reduce wear and give longer working times between filter changes by keeping the filter cleaner for longer. The combined choke/stop control allows for easier starting whilst reducing the risk of the engine flooding and the air purge allows for easier starting when the engine is cold. This model has also been designed with the user in mind. The low kickback feature insures safety whilst the inertia chain brake protects the operator in the event of kickback. The LowVib anti vibration system helps protect the uer from fatigue, giving them a more comfortable experience whilst using the machine.


Air Injection
Centrifugal air cleaning system for reduced wear and longer operating time between filter cleanings.

X-Torq Engine®
Husqvarna's X-Torq engine technology delivers lower fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emission levels.

Effective anti-vibration dampeners absorb vibration, sparing the users arms and hands and preventing user fatigue when using over extensive periods.

Combined Choke/Stop Control
Combined choke/stop control allow for easier starting and reduce the risk of engine flooding.
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