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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by superfire, Aug 12, 2008.

  1. superfire

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    just got done spitting beer . looking through the new northern catolog:popcorn: now they have a line of sawz that they call power horse:dizzy: :chainsaw: thought it would be intresting to see if any one would try one and see if it worked stock then modifie it and run the snot balls out of them:chainsaw: any one think 49cc plus a 20 bar is a bit much. price is the first thing i was spitttin beer about cheap. parts nad warranty must be none issue. they loooook so much like the :censored: chinanoy sawz.
    :givebeer: :givebeer: :popcorn:
     
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    husky362 ArboristSite Operative

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    you all know a cheap 49cc will pull a 20" bar triming 6" limbs,it'll go till it stops
     
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    hmmmm... power whores. sounds like a reliable brand. :givebeer:
     
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    Great Plains has already pulled the line from thier catalogs as of this week.
     
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    woodguy105 AboristSite Guru

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    Not that these saw aren't impressive enough :) ...check out the dude doing the cutting in the ad. He's holding the chain brake against the handle in every photo...
     
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    I'm sure he's getting alot of work done that way.
     
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    Good eye. If the saw kicks back, maybe his thumb will catch and engage the chainbrake?:monkey:
     
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    It looks like he's cutting Chinese Elm...
     
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    Any of you guys know anything about the RedMax saws?
     

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