The older metal cased Poulans were different breed than todays plastic trash, just as the older Huskys were better than the box store 455's, etc. of today. I have a couple older "Pullons" I'll put up against any similar displacement saw of 3.5-4.0 ci.
THe poster noting Poulans primer bulb material is poor quality is correct. That's why Poulans, Ryobis, etc. tend to have problems- poor material and cheap design.
Re: poulan saw in reply to Bret4207, 08-10-2013 06:38:40
We had a Poulan in the early 90s, it was the same saw as the Pioneer Farmsaw. The farmsaw broke down, then the Poulan had a tree dropped on it, so we took the two to s saw shop and had one good saw made out of them. Too bad we didn't have evilpay 15 years ago when it died again, as it was a heck of a good running saw.
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