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Poulan Pro PP5020AV 20-Inch 50cc 2 Stroke Gas Powered Chain Saw With Carrying Case
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- DuraLife Engine - for longer engine life
- Super clean air filter system - extends the life of the air filter
- Effortless pull starting system and reduced vibration handle, reduces operator fatigue
- Automatic chain oiler
- Includes carrying case and on-board locking scrench holder
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|Item Weight||23.3 pounds||25 pounds||11.8 pounds||12.79 pounds|
|Size||20" Bar Length||20" L x 12.2" W x 12.5" H||18" Bar Length||20" Maximum Bar Length|
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Top Customer Reviews
Time will tell, but this is a lot of saw for the money, and since I am only an occasional user, it should last me for many years. Yeah, if I was making my $$ cutting timber I would spring the extra $2-300 for a Stihl pro model, but for my needs this appears to be a very good deal.
OEM chain cut fine, and sharpened just fine with Granberg file holder and 7/32" file. Any .375" pitch, .050" gauge, 70 drive-link chain is interchangeable with original. Dunno about that "old arborist" with the chain probs. My 5020 is now running a chipper chain from years back, just to wear that chain out, among other antiques.
Nobody mentions here that this saw's engine is "strato-scavenged"; it's from the Husqvarna family, so that's no surprise (to me.) Results in greatly reduced emissions and mix consumption. It'll cut a lot of hardwood on its little pint tank, and rip through it. It also inherits Husqy anti-vibe, which happens to be THE best in the opinion of many. Real fatigue reducer.
Every chainsaw should have a "scrench" holder like this saw, tucked under the rear handle.
This saw is NOT a homeowner toy, it's very capable for felling & bucking of serious lumber, but at a tad over 15 lbs, limbing is a workout with it. (Lightweight saw advised, if doing much limbing.)
The clutch cover is excellent at discharging chips; when "noodling" (longitudinal ripping) I've found it impossible to clog up with the long, stringy noodles. And it spits out a stream of them.
Hearing protection and chainsaw chaps are strongly advised- it's a serious cutting tool.
I bought this saw as a budget backup for my Husqvarna 455r, and was pleasantly surprised to find that it's close to being a clone. The 455r lists for about twice as much.
After about an hour of research (mainly from here on Amazon) I decided on this model, but bought it semi-locally (1hr drive) for expedience-sake [out of stock on Amazon].
Why I went with the PP5020AV:
1. $200 + 50cc engine + 20" bar... the guy who helped clear our driveway used a Stihl MS290 Farm Boss (56.5cc) with a 20" bar, I'd seen bigger saws used, but about that size seemed right for my usage. I looked at Stihl and then Husqvarna and felt somewhat crestfallen about the prices (remember, I'm not getting into the tree-felling biz here).
2. It was claimed to be made by Husqvarna... If you are carefully combing though reviews on this saw, you'll see people saying that it's made by Husqvarna. This really caught my eye since I knew a Husqy was a true pro saw, and if Husqvarna was anything like, say, a car company... I figured I was probably buying a Kia instead of a Hyundai (actually, I wasn't too far off). If this was a Husqy, I figured I was getting the Husqvarna 450's ugly step brother with a longer bar and heavier gauge chain.
The reality is that it is indeed made by Husqvarna (the inside of the clutch/sprocket cover has the Husqvarna "H" logo on it, plus I have the original shipping label with Husqvarna's namesake on the return address to prove it).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've owned this chainsaw for less than 6 months. Right out of the box, it has never worked right.
-It hardly starts right. Read more
Repair Clinic and E Replacement Parts have parts. E Replacement Parts has exploded views. Morrison Outdoor Equipment has parts and Brigg valve tools and valve guides for lawn... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Carl Williams
Upgrade bar and chain and this saw is a beast.I've been cutting firewood along side a friend of mine who runs the husqvarna 450 and this saw keeps up and overall is about the... Read morePublished 15 days ago by jwink12
Live on a farm, cut wood to heat, got this at local box store, super sale! Starts easy cuts fast. I run pure gas 91 oct eathanol is death to two stroke motors. Read morePublished 1 month ago by thor pitman
What I expected. Functions ok. Satisfied with seller and product. This saw starts a little harder than I expected. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dorothy Lorentzen