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I'm planning on buying a big dog (20hp) trimmer. I'm looking at the Husqvarna 450. Is the 450 a good machine for the amount of money I'm asking for it? Any other ideas? ( I'm also getting a Husqvarna weed eater) I want the machine for just mowing and for cutting down small shrubs and branches, and not mowing larger yards. I'm in San Diego county.

I have a Honda, but mine is a 30hp and it's heavy as hell. Also, I like to cut smaller branches because I have a large truck bed with a small tail gate. I'm 5'11" and I know I would just be crushed if I had a 250 hp machine.

I think the Husky is a good machine. It's a bit heavy (but then, so is the other two Husqvarna I own), but it's very powerful for a mower, with a very good cut and it also has a great cutting head. And the attachments are easy to use and work very well.

I know that it's not made here, but I really like the Husky. I don't have the 450, but I think it would be a very good machine.

I know it will have a bit of vibration, but I have a Husqvarna riding lawn tractor that I bought used and it has no vibration.

The biggest complaint I have with the mower is that the battery is located in the back (where there are the controls) so it's a little difficult to work. The battery itself is fine, but the controls have no place to mount them on the machine, they're just stuck in the back. So I end up having to run back to the house to find the plug for the power cord, and that is not a problem, but sometimes the plug gets lost in the tall grass.

I would go with the 45HP and keep it for 2 years before going for a higher power model. It will be a very good trimmer and I believe it will be able to handle any type of terrain without a problem. You can pick it up used, if you find it, for about $800 or less.

I've owned a Husqvarna and a Honda. I sold both of them. I've owned a Cub, a Cub Max, a Cub X (used by one of the local fire departments) and the Honda. I've also used a Honda riding mower. I would say that if you want to try the 450 you can but it's heavy and that's a good thing. For the money it's better to buy one of the other three mowers that is more lightweight.

I've owned a Cub, a Cub Max, a Cub X (used by one of the local fire departments) and the Honda. I've also used a Honda riding mower. I would say that if you want to try the 450 you can but it's heavy and that's a good thing. For the money it's better to buy one of the other three mowers that is more lightweight.

I guess I'm in the same position. I want a mower to handle the grass, cut small shrubs and branches, and cut through grass and brush, so I have been checking out the big mowers, but I don't want something that's going to make me feel like a fish out of water. I also want a good price.

I have the Husqvarna riding mower, and I have not been very happy with it. I'm used to the Cub, and the Cub Max seems to be a good machine, and it's light. I like the Cub because it's light and it's a 4 stroke, not a 2 stroke, but the Husqvarna is very noisy and hard to control. I would say that I could handle the Cub if it weren't for the fact that the Cub Max has a 2 stroke engine and it's about half the size of the Cub, but is heavier.

So, I'm stuck between the two, and I'm just wondering if anybody has any other recommendations.

Husqvarna's 45, 45X, 75, 80, and 110. I have all but the 45X.

The 45 has an excellent cut, the 45X is the best on grass but it has a weak cut and vibration.

The 75 and 80 have decent cuts, and you can't beat the vibration of the 45X but the 75 and 80 are a little harder to turn and the vibration is a bit stronger.

The 110 is very powerful and the cut is great, but is hard to turn and have very vibration. I have one of these and it's the only lawn machine I would want to buy.

I was thinking about a Husky 450, but I'm having second thoughts because I really don't think I can handle that much power, and the vibration will bother me. Plus, I'm a heavy guy (6'3"), and I'd like to avoid a heavy machine.

I'm trying to find out what people are saying about the Husky 750. Is it better than the 450?

I'm thinking about buying a Husqvarna weed-eater. The weed-eater I have has a lot of problems, so I'm not sure if I would want to buy another one. I don't know if they changed the weed-eater designs.

I think the Husky weed eater is a good mower, but I have no experience with it. I know they are a bit heavy, but then so are some of the other mowers I've looked at, and they work fine for me.

I've used a Husqvarna 50 and a Cub Max (and I owned a Cub Max and I had a Cub Max Max). I don't think the Husqvarna is all that great. The cut is good but the vibration is just too much. I think the Cub Max is a better mower than the Cub because it has a lot more power.

I've used a Husqvarna trimmer, and it's ok, I guess, but it's


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