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Husqvarna 550 XP® Mark II

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Original price $699.95
Current price $594.96
SKU HUSQ-550XPMARKII18

Introducing the Husqvarna 550 XP® Mark II, the second generation of our powerful professional chainsaw. With improved power and a slimmed-down design, it's perfect for demanding felling, limbing, and bucking operations. Experience maximum power in the 50cc class and innovative features for comfortable and efficient use season after season.

This saw is a lightweight powerhouse perfect for all ground work performed by the typical professional arborist. Weighing in under 12 pounds with 4HP this saw reduces fatigue with easy maneuverability making it the perfect all day go to ground saw.

 

Dimensions
Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 11.7 lbs
Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 11.7 lbs / 5.3 kg
Handle type Standard
Product size height 11 in
Product size width 8.7 in
Engine
#Fuel tank volume 1.12 US pint
Cylinder displacement 3.06 cu.inch / 50.1 cm³
Cylinder displacement 3.06 cu.inch / 50.1 см³
Power output 4 hp
Power output 4 hp / 3.0 kW
Power/fuel type Gasoline
Spark plug NGK CMR6H
Equipment
Recommended bar length, max 20 in
Recommended bar length, max 20 in / 50 cm
Recommended bar length, min 13 in
Recommended bar length, min 13 in / 33 cm
Lubricant
Lubricant type Husqvarna 2 stroke or equiv. at 50:1
Oil tank volume 0.68 US pint
Oil tank volume 0.68 US pint / 0.32 l
Sound and Noise
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 117 dB(A)
Sound power level, measured 115 dB(A)
Sound pressure level at operators ear 107 dB(A)
Style and sizes
Pitch .325"


OM. 545 Mark II, 545G Mark II, 550 XP Mark II, 550 XPG Mark II. 2021-12

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Great Saw, Great Service from Bartlett

My first order from Bartlett, and the service was Top Notch. My New saw shipped the day I placed order, and arrived a few days later. New saw went together without any issues, and after fueling and adding oil, it took a bit more effort to get fired up being a new saw. Ran some throttle to make sure chain was getting oiled, then let it rest for a few minutes. Next start took several pulls, and after a brief warm up, some light cutting to break in the chain and run the engine in a few min. Short rest, and the next restart was easier, and a buck a few rounds, then short rest and repeat. So far, it's been performing well, and I hope it continues to improve as it gets run in. Very Glad I chose this saw!
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