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A Quick Tip by badbonz007

  • Jul 24, 2010
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Do yourself a favor and purchase a bigger model and you will see the results
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When it is time to replace your old chainsaw, what do you do? How do you know what one to choose from? Well, it's a shot in the dark if you ask me, everyone has an opinion about which one is the best. I had a Sears, 10" Craftsman chainsaw which was around 20 years old and had a survived a flood. But, it was getting time to replace the bar and chain and I had a lot of cutting to do. That was when I went looking for a new chainsaw. I did not know where to go so I figured that Lowes was as …
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This particular chainsaw comes with an extra blade and a carrying case. This will also come with 2 ounces of 2 cycle engine oil which will be used with your first gallon of gas. This chainsaw measures 11" in height and 10.5" wide and 33" in overall length. The engine size is a 2.6 cid/42cc and comes with a 18"/45cm guide bar. If you are worried about the weight don't, because this only weighs 20 pounds in the case and 14.5 pounds out of the case. This chainsaw comes fully assembled and has a #3 on the air index scale of a 1-10 scale.

There are a lot of features on this chainsaw that look appealing at first sight, such as; a super clean air filter system which will help with keeping your engine clean and the filters last a lot longer. You do not have to do any of the oiling because there is a gear driver oiler to do it for you. This also has springs located on the bottom of the handle to help with vibrations. This chainsaw takes 30% less effort to get it to start and a tool less chain tensioning system.

For safety reasons there is a chain brake located in front of the handle to help with keeping the chain from getting out of hand. This will stop the chain from rotating while the saw is in the idle position or if you need to stop suddenly. As long as you keep oil in the crankshaft case ( there is an extra heavy duty crankshaft built in this saw) then you will make the engine last 50% longer, also there are 1 ½ times more cutters on the blade for...
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