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Re: New Chain saw

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05-12-2013 11:21:37

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I've had these for a long time, heat with wood and have had good luck with them. I'm curious why yours was junk from day one. Is it a newer one, not made like they used to be?

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05-12-2013 21:58:09

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 Re: New Chain saw in reply to gtractorfan, 05-12-2013 11:21:37  
I would guess a 310 a 650 and a 700? I LOVE the 650 saws I have. right now I have 10 of them with a 605 and about eight 610 saws. All told I have almost 50 McCulloch saws.Yea the "hobby" got a little out of hand. The "aftermarket" mcculloch saws were all kinds of junk and I wouldn't touch them. You want pre 1999. A 650 in correct order is an almost 4hp cuttin beast! If you put a full chisel chain on.. oh baby. I also have two 650 saws with bow bars on them. Now you are talkin scareeerrry fast cutting.

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05-14-2013 14:48:02

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 Re: New Chain saw in reply to jeffcat, 05-12-2013 21:58:09  
Do you have a McCulloch Supper 55 in your collection? Dad had one with a 27 inch bar with a full chisel chain. It was a hand full it weighed 27 lbs and was gear driven and put out a little over 7 HP. It was a well built saw.

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05-13-2013 04:41:11

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 Re: New Chain saw in reply to jeffcat, 05-12-2013 21:58:09  
The one in the foreground is an 800, my dad had a 700. I was at the dealer long ago, he had the slightly used 800 and I couldn't pass it up! It runs smoother and beats the 650 thru big logs but is heavier and I'm "saving" it, will never have another like it,the 650 gets the most use.

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05-12-2013 13:45:16

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 Re: New Chain saw in reply to gtractorfan, 05-12-2013 11:21:37  
well I think it is a newer model and I think it was probably the homeowner grade not a pro model but it was always goofy and wouldnt oil I finaly pulled the line out of the oil tank and shot compressed air through it and got a hunk of metal shavings out of it and then it oiled, but it was never a good saw

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