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DEAD: New Husqvarna 455 Rancher 55.5cc 3.5hp 20'' Chain Saw: $289.88 (reg. $399) + Free In-Store Pickup (Limited Areas) @

Corwin 32,722 January 31, 2013 at 08:52 AM in Home & Home Improvement (5) More Sears Deals
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Edit: Looks like it's dead now, the price has gone up to $389.88.

Sears has the Husqvarna 455 Rancher 55.5cc Chainsaw for $289.88 (add to cart to see price). Move quick if you want one. This is almost $110 less than what they usually sell for ($399). It was $260.89 a few days ago for a short time before it went back to the reg. price of $399. The one time a 455 was on the FP it was for $365 and that was the 50cc model. Previous thread for reference:

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Get A 55.5CC Chain Saw Built for Any Job
If you care for a big property, you know how important versatile equipment is, and a chainsaw is no exception. From a rush of growth after spring rains, to trees torn down by violent storms, to turning deadfall into winter warmth, all kinds of demanding work lay ahead. Make sure you have a brawny gas chainsaw that’s up to the task of scoring, slicing and chewing through tough wood. Make space in your garage for the Husqvarna 455 Rancher 55.5cc chain saw, a versatile saw long enough to handle big jobs, and tough enough to last for decades.
When it comes to gas chainsaws, one of the last things we think about is comfort, but when designing the 455 Rancher, Husqvarna kept this at the forefront of their blueprints. Without a comfortable fit and ample agility to operate smoothly at a variety of angles, your options are severely limited. With an ergonomic bottom handle and grooved front bar, this chainsaw gives you the comfortable fit and accurate control you need for hours of tearing through timber, be it on rough or soft terrain, on a slope, ladder or firmly planted on the ground.
More than 3-1/2 horse power created by the ultra-efficient X-Torque engine pulls the chain along the 20-inch blade, taking you through a variety of big woods while consuming less gas and producing up to 60% less emissions than previous models. Always ready, the Husqvarna 455 Rancher 55.5cc chain saw features the Smart Start system coupled with a combine choke/stop for pick-up and go starting season after season.
Built to last with a reinforced crankcase and three-piece crankshaft, this gas chainsaw will make a dependable, versatile addition to your shed or garage for years to come. So stop messing around with wimpy, wasteful machines, put the power and efficiency of a machine built by the best, bring the Husqvarna 455 Rancher chainsaw home today and get cutting.
55.5cc 3-1/2hp X-Torque engine reduces fuel consumption up to 2% and emissions up to 60%
20 in. blade to cut bigger woods
Smart Start and purge pump provide easier starting
Three piece crankshaft and reinforced crankcase improve durability
Combined choke/stop control allows for easier starting and reduces the risk of engine flooding
Weight: 13.2 lbs.
Color: Orange
Fully assembled
Made in USA


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Quote from jipperson View Post :
I do parts and service for Husqvarna and I would just like to say please always make sure the chain brake is disengaged before taking off the side cover. For some reason people like to take the cover off with the brake engaged on these saws. The handle for the brake stays on the saw and the mechanism on the cover. You have to disengage the brake with a pair of pliers or something else and it is a very stout spring without the handle to help. At my shop I made a tool to make it easy so I do not have to charge people to disengage it for them. I cannot however speak for other shops as they could and might charge you to do this. Btw, this is a great saw.

One time when I was changing the chain in my garage a "friend" thought he would be funny and engage the chain brake. After blessing everyone and everything in ear shot and one less friend later I got the brake disengaged and completed my 5 min job a couple hrs later. Now I use a reusable zip ty to hold the chain brake to the handle preventing it from being "accidentally" engaged. Hard lessen learned.
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