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Husqvarna Chainsaw 455 Rancher

€660,00
Smart Start® Starting System
Husqvarna X-Torq® Engine
Side-Mounted Chain Tensioner
Adjustable Oil Pump
LowVib® Anti-Vibration System
Husqvarna 455 Rancher Chainsaw

The 455 X-Torque is an ideal saw for landowners and part-time users who require a high-powered, heavy-duty and responsive workmate for all cutting conditions. It combines the best characteristics of its predecessor with new, facilitating technology and ergonomics.
FEATURES

X-Torq® engine
Delivers lower fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emission levels in accordance with the world´s most stringent environmental regulations.

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

Combined choke/stop control
Combined choke/stop control allows for easier starting and reduce the risk of engine flooding.

LowVib®
Effective anti-vibration dampeners absorb vibration, sparing the user's arms and hands.

Quick release air filter
Facilitates cleaning and replacement of the air filter.

Better grip
Angled front handle for better grip and natural working position.
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