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Husqvarna Professional Chainsaw 365 20" Bar


Husqvarna Chainsaw 365 20" Bar (FREE BELIVERY)
Husqvarna 365 is a saw for typical professional use.

It has been developed in close cooperation with professional users working in the most demanding conditions.

The low weight and high power are combined with a rugged engine, making this saw exceptionally versatile and suited for a wide variety of applications.
Engine specification
Cylinder displacement 65.1 cm³ / 3.97 cu.inch
Cylinder bore 48 mm / 1.89 inch
Cylinder stroke 36 mm / 1.42 inch
Power output 3.4 kW
Maximum power speed 9300 rpm
Maximum recommended engine speed 12500 rpm
Carburettor Walbro
Fuel tank volume 0.77 lit / 26.04 fl oz
Fuel consumption 490 g/kWh
Ignition system SEM AM50COT
Ignition module air gap 0.3 mm / 0.01 "
Idling speed 2700 rpm
Spark plug Champion RCJ7Y, NGK BPMR7A
Electrode gap 0.5 mm / 0.02 "
RPM limiter Yes
Torque, max. 3.9 Nm/6600 rpm
Air filter type Nylon 44µ

Oil tank volume 0.42 lit / 0.89 US pint
Oil pump type Automatic
Oil pump capacity 4-21 ml/min

Vibration & noise data
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) front / rear handle 3.6/3.5 m/s²
Sound pressure level at operators ear 102.5 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 114 dB(A)

Cutting equipment
Chain pitch 3/8"
Recommended bar length, min-max 38-70 cm / 15"-28"
Chain speed at max power 20.7 m/s / 67.9 fts
Chain gauge 0.058 "
Sprocket type Rim 7
Bar mount Large

Overall dimensions
Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 6 kg / 13.2 lbs

Logistical Data
Packaging size, LxWxH 48x26.5x34.5 mm / 0x0x0 inch

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