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 Dimensions||22.3 x 15.8 x 20 inches|
|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PP5020AV-ARC-RB|
|Shipping Weight||20.85 pounds|
|Special Size Type||20" Bar Length|
Poulan Pro chainsaws provide the latest and greatest features at industry leading prices. "Nothing cuts like a Pro" The Poulan Pro PP5020AV features an effortless pull start system and reduced vibration handle to reduce operator fatigue, 50cc DuraLife engine, Dual Post, Purge and Spring Assist, Aluminum -inchprofessional-inch style clutch cover, SuperClean air filter system, automatic chain oiler, tool-less access to air filter and spark plug, on-board locking scrench holder and is packaged with a carrying case. This has the most power (50cc) for any consumer chainsaw on the market.
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.
REVISED: I used it again for the second time today. It started in 6 pulls, which is what the instructions say it should do (5 pulls on full choke, should start on 6th pull at half choke). After cutting up some logs I shut it down. It would not restart 10 minutes later. When it finally restarted, it will only run when choked. It will not idle anymore. I followed the instructions to the letter. It just doesn't run right. Frankly I was hoping the bad reviews some people gave it were because they weren't following instructions. But no, the thing just doesn't run right. I'll be contacting Poulan for warranty repair.
REVISED REVISED: I called Poulan and they gave me the names of the 2 closest repair places that could do warranty repair. Neither deal with Poulan. I called Poulan back and they gave me 2 more names. One said he doesn't do Poulan anymore because "he doesn't get paid". Other one won't return my calls. If there were a zero stars option, that would be my rating.