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#1 posted 01-09-2013 11:50 PM

I have the same saw, it’s a workhorse. Granted, you can spend two or three times as much to get a saw that would be better for this application, but I’m sure the Husky 450 should be fine if you take it slow. Look into a rip chain, or filing your chain for rip cuts. I haven’t used my saw for milling, so I’d be interested to hear how it goes.

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