Thanks! I thought it looked like a rebadged chainsaw, but I couldn't place which brand.
Local fellow has an Erico rail grinder for sale.
It looks like a chainsaw. Even has an oil tank. Anyone seen one before? Is it just a modified...
the only top handle saws I have used are Poulan Micro XXVs and Homelite XLs or Super 2s.
how does it compare to a Super 2?
I haven't even tried it yet. Picked it up with about 10 other non running saws.
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I just picked up one of these yesterday.
I'm curious as to how well these run.
Uh, no. Lol
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I didn't find any eggs, but I did get a load of saws today. Mostly cheaper poulans, but I did score a couple Homelite Super EZs, a Homelite Super...
But then he could find a few in his area, fix THEM up, and catch CAD.
As stated earlier, they are more than likely fine. These saws rarely have enough use to wear them out.
they have a small socket tool for removing the clutch, it isn't NEEDED, but it makes it easier. Long needle nose pliers make getting the fuel line...
Motoseal is sold at Walmart and Advance auto I believe.
Also gonna need Hondabond or Motoseal to seal the cylinder in place.
Home depot, walmart, lowes, tractor supply, etc[ATTACH]
I've never "broken in" a 2 cycle. Just get a 40:1 fuel mix, tune it in, and let'er rip tater chip.
Just retune after a couple tanks.
For such little use, I would just get the premixed cans. Sold in quarts or gallons at 40:1 or 50:1
Have you replaced the fuel lines yet? Those are usually the first thing to go on those saws.
I agree. I have a big brush cutter, but I like the Echo 225. When I run it every other weekend, I'm running it for 3-4 hours non stop. Bigger ones...
I love my Echo PAS-225. I had the SRM-225, but swapped to the model I can put a pole saw head on. I had 3 seasons on the SRM with pretty heavy...
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