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04-25-2013 16:54:22

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Hello korfused,

If you have side play on the crank, it is probably sucking air. Some of those Poulan have a tendency to sheer the flywheel key. That would be easy check. BUT.............YOU Got your moneys worth an that saw. I think you deserve a new one!
Now if you want to start a long thread, ask for advice on the best saw!


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04-25-2013 18:28:25

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 Re: chainsaw in reply to GUIDO, 04-25-2013 16:54:22  
you're right, when I think of the wood I have cut over the years I guess i have gotten my money's worth. Ya just hate to replace something too quickly.

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04-26-2013 05:40:16

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 Re: chainsaw in reply to Kornfused, 04-25-2013 18:28:25  
Hello korfused,

I know what you mean, I should talk! My chain saw is a 1981 vintage, and still working for me.
Actually IT has been work me. Its 18 LB, dry with the 16 IN bar. I have a couple of those Poulans here, one needs an oiler, may be I'll ship it to you...HA! HA!


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04-27-2013 04:09:36

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 Re: chainsaw in reply to GUIDO, 04-26-2013 05:40:16  
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I just bought a new saw, new to me anyway, that was made the same year I was born. 53 years old. A Mcculloch 1-50. Powerhead alone is 20 lbs, but it was a felling and limbing saw back in the day. 5.3 ci of pure Mac snort! I have a a 250 and 300 too. When my oldest gets complaining about how heavy the 365 Husky is I hand him one of those!

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04-27-2013 15:50:53

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 Re: chainsaw in reply to Bret4207, 04-27-2013 04:09:36  
Hello Bret4207,

I got the baby brother to your 5.3 CU.IN.
Mine is a 3.7 Cu. In. And will run all day long.
It will run a 24" bar, but the 20" is all I needed up to now.


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04-26-2013 17:09:29

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 Re: chainsaw in reply to GUIDO, 04-26-2013 05:40:16  
I have a Clinton from the mid to late '60s. Ran when parked.


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