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Re: Poulan and McCulloch Chainsaws

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Posted by F14 on April 15, 2002 at 14:49:11 from (

In Reply to: Poulan and McCulloch Chainsaws posted by Bernhard on April 15, 2002 at 12:28:24:

I've got a junky old Poulan that I use when I know I'm going to be abusing the saw and don't want to tear up my good Stihl. It's a lightweight, homeowner "hobby" saw, and I got just what I paid my $129 (new) for. It's hard to start, cold blooded, vibrates enough to put your arm to sleep and underpowered, but it has it's uses. My very first saw was a bigger Poulan (sold under the Sears Craftsman name) and it was just more of the same.

Older McCullochs (say, pre-1970 or so) weren't bad, but they tended to be big, heavy and loud.

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