Factory Reconditioned Homelite ZR10926 16-Inch 33cc Ranger Gas-Powered Antivibration Chain Saw
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- Factory Serviced to perform like new. Minor cosmetic blemishes may be present.
- Powerful 33cc Power Stroke Engine
- Chain break - manual/inertia
- Safe-T-Tip helps control rotational kickback
- Non-CARB Compliant/Not For Sale In California
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|Manufacturer Part Number||ZR10926|
|Package Height||12 x 12.6 x 22.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||14.8 pounds|
|Special Size Type||16" Bar Length|
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Top Customer Reviews
That being fixed ,at my expense, it has been a perfect 4 star saw. Maybe even a 5 star, since it has the anti vibration handle.
I have used homolite saws since 2000 and all of them still work.I have 2 - 14 inch 33 cc, 2- 16 inch one a 33 cc & the other a 46 cc that actually deserves a 18 chain & bar & 1 - 22 inch bar-50 cc all but 1 have anti vibration handles. homolite is the best saw for the money that you dont have to spend to buy a homolite.
if i was younger ,not 65, I might buy a heavier ,more expensive , more powerful saw. but im too old to operate a heavy saw for more than 20 or 30 minutes. the little 14 inch 33 cc i can run for 60 to 90 minutes before i get too tired, if im not chocking & getting sick on the 2 cycle smoke. Funny ,that smoke didn't bother me so much 14 years ago.
HOMOLITE , BEST SAWs FOR THE BUCKS YOU DONT HAVE TO SPEND on an echo or husky. I really like the LITE part of the saw, it makes a big difference to an old weezer like me
because I still have to work like i was 25, Im susposed to be retired at 65, not still working.
But,theWood stove still wants wood.
I had to turn the idle speed up (which is the fix for "dies at idle"), and will need to adjust the low speed needle on the carb. This would be a "lags on throttle opening" complaint, which I didn't see.
The saw that this replaced had more than 900 hours on it. Asking far more than it was designed for was why it finally gave up. It will not hold up to 3' diameter cuts; the saw is running wide open too long, even with the two passes. I'm running an 18" bar on it, as it minimizes the time between sharpenings, and has that bit more reach.
This is a light duty limbing, or small tree saw. Consumer grade. The old one, the factory bar lasted all of four weeks, and this was turning it over every sharpening. An arborist grade bar was the fix, and I went through two of those as well. I was logging at the time, and using it for limbing. Five tanks of gas a day. Nearly nobody will run into this. Proof of the saw's durability within design.
Limiting work to 12" in diameter, this saw does very well. Most, if they read the book that comes with it, would never have a problem.
My next saw, which will be in addition, will be a Stihl with a 28" bar for the big stuff, but this one does all the smaller jobs.
As to bar oil, I buy it by the gallon. Logger grade stuff. It's thicker than what is branded by Homelite or any of the other brands. If it works for the big boys, it's going to work. NAPA is one source.
Gas always runs out first, and I've never had a chain fail through no lube. As far as a leak, never seen it.
That's my take, but I have years of saw experience; four with this one alone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The saw is the next smaller one than the one I thought I wanted. It was all there, starts and runs well, cuts pretty slow, but it is a small saw.Published on July 4, 2011 by dc101
My wife bought me this for my birthday. It ran ok the first few times but was hard to start. I thought it was a little sluggish for a 33cc motor. Read morePublished on June 22, 2011 by Brian K. Reid
I put roughly several hours on this poorly made and designed 'toy'. I ran 91 octane fuel with Castrol TTS synthetic oil mixed at 40:1. Read morePublished on November 10, 2010 by A. Mcavin
Excellent product. I had a similar product for fifteen years and it has been excellent. This one is improved. It starts very easily and has much power. Read morePublished on March 26, 2010 by R. Chambers
Used chainsaw 1 time for about 2 hours. Now to start the spark plug has too be removed, pull the cord 15-20 times & replace plug. Read morePublished on December 10, 2009 by Thomas Batson
the oil and gas fill openings are in a bad place, they leak! Particularly the chain oil cap. The saw is heaver and the spark plug is harder to access than in my old 2x. Read morePublished on October 20, 2009 by Robert D. Barnes