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Husqvarna 435 Chainsaw

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The Husqvarna 435 chainsaw is a lightweight and efficient all-round saw ideal for those looking for a chainsaw that is exceptionally easy to start and maneuver. Featuring X-Torq® engine for lower fuel consumption and reduced emission levels. Equipped with fuel pump and Auto return stop switch for easier starting.

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Does not ship outside of North America.

  • 16" Bar, .325" Pitch, .050" Gauge, Fully Assembled

AIR INJECTION Centrifugal air cleaning system removes larger dust and debris particles before reaching the air filter. This results in reduced air filter cleanings and improved engine life.

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

QUICK-RELEASE AIR FILTER Facilitates cleaning and replacement of the air filter.

ERGONOMIC REAR HANDLE Increased comfort with soft inlay, ergonomic trigger and asymmetrical handle. 

• Felling marks for correct felling direction

• Intuitive, combined choke/stop control

• Quick and easy chain adjustment

• Maximum durability for tough applications

• Fuel level window

• Easy to start

• Fuel pump for easy starting

• Increased safety, inertia activated chain brake

• Easy to maintain with snap locked cylinder cover

• LowVib® sparing the user's arms and hands

Cylinder displacement 40.9 cc
Power output 2.2 hp
Idling speed 2900 rpm
Maximum power speed 9000 rpm
Cylinder bore 1.61 inch
Cylinder stroke 1.22 inch
Ignition system Walbro MBU 33
Ignition module air gap 0.01 "
Spark plug NGK BPMR7A
Electrode gap 0.02 "
Carburetor model name Zama EL41
Fuel tank volume 0.78 US pint
Oil tank volume 0.5 US pint
Oil pump type Fixed flow
Oil pump capacity 13-13 ml/min

4.2 out of 5 star average customer rating based on 5 reviews

Good Quality Chainsaw - 02/03/2016
Reviewer: Kathy H.

This is a great quality chainsaw that I would highly recommend. It is great

for smaller trees or for mid sized trees. It is high quality and easy to start, so you can rest assured that you will get the job done. I felt like this was money well spent.

Great saw for the money - 01/13/2016
Reviewer: Dan Merchant

Have owned one of these saws for 8 years now and couldn't be happier with how its performed and is still going strong with little maintenance. The value is still hard to beat and I would definitely buy another one.

Great Saw - Best One I've Owned - 05/21/2011
Reviewer: Brent
I have a number of chain saws of various sizes and brands, but the smaller 16� gets the most use for felling even rather large trees and cutting firewood simply because it�s lighter and easier to maneuver than the larger saws. After my 39year old Homelite finally wore completely out, I was spooked away from a new one by many not-so-whoopee product reviews of later models. By the same product reviews, I was drawn to the Husqvarna 435 that was generally rated pretty good across the board in all categories. It tried to start on the first pull in choked position, and instantly lit up on the next pull after choke was opened to normal position. After normal warm-up time, it runs and idles perfectly while showing plenty of torque during my past two weeks of using it to drop and cut-up a number of both live and dead/seasoned-out oak trees that were up to 18� in diameter. It quickly cuts through live wood and hardened dead wood like hot butter. Quickly starts either from cold or hot restart and runs/cuts beautifully in any position. Great saw � I couldn�t be happier with anything else.
435 Husqvarna Chain Saw Recommendation - 09/15/2010
Reviewer: K48111
If you want a hard starting, chain eating saw, then the Husqvarna 435 chainsaw is for you.
popeye - 05/26/2010
Reviewer: Scotty
I now have two of these Husqvarna 435 chainsaws. I used the hell out of the fisrt one after Katrina. My stihl was to hard to start (it was too easy to flood) and keep running. So it is up to you.

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