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SOLD!!!! Dayton 4Z252 Poulan 5200

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by barneyrb, Apr 16, 2016.

  1. barneyrb

    barneyrb Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I have a Dayton 4Z252 which is the same as a Poulan 5200. Very nice low hour saw, way less than normal paint missing, good spur drive sprocket (I think the one it came with), a very nice original 24" bar in very good shape with a good chain. I have gone through the fuel system and replaced all the lines, installed new carb kit, cleaned the carb, a new fuel filter, and new seals were installed about 4 years ago . It needs nothing and is a 100% mechanical saw and about 96% on cosmetics. I will include a new rim drive setup for the new owner.

    I have taken this to some GTG's and that is all, never did I use it for work in the 5 years I've owned it. In 5 years it may have 2 hours of run time from me and I'm betting a lot less.

    $625 with the buyer paying 1/2 the ride in the lower 48. Anywhere else and we can negotiate the shipping.

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    Wow,
    What a rare and unique Saw.

    What mount is the bar?

    Automatic Oiler?

    Were those made in Shreveport?

    How does it compare to a Husky 2100?
     
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  3. Jon1212

    Jon1212 Riff Raff Fart Knocker from other Forum's.

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    Very cool, and much less common than a Poulan 5200. Many a Collector will want this gem.
     
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    hseII Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I'm not a Pull On Collector, but this saw seems Uncommon.
     
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    barneyrb Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Guido Salvage Supreme Saw Whoreder

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    Nice saw Randy, I have owned a couple and still have one here in the garage. Missing much more paint than yours.
     
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    hseII Addicted to ArboristSite

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    So a 385 of the 1970's?

    Awesome!!

    Would you consider this a collector's saw?
     
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    barneyrb Addicted to ArboristSite

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    This is more of a collector's saw than a Poulan because it is much more rare and yes, it was a hotrod of the 70's
     
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    hseII Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I bet it's a hoot to run.

    Somebody is getting a deal.
     
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    I have been asked to post additional pictures and the compression is 182 on a cylinder that hasn't had fuel in it since October 2013. As you can tell there is a healthy puddle of oil on my tailgate where it was running. IMG_20160418_170605669 - Copy.jpg IMG_20160418_170740542 - Copy.jpg IMG_20160418_170812922_HDR - Copy.jpg IMG_20160418_170831033_HDR - Copy.jpg IMG_20160418_170831033_HDR.jpg IMG_20160418_171432632_HDR.jpg IMG_20160418_172228669.jpg IMG_20160418_172300282.jpg IMG_20160418_172302066.jpg IMG_20160418_172442520.jpg
     
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    barneyrb Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Video of it running.


     
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    echoshawn ....Beer is good.....

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    Nice looking and sounding saw Randy.
     
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    barneyrb Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Very nice saw has found a great home.
     
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    XPLRN Dad ^^^^ wouldn't understand the CAD!!! :-)

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    By chance was that "great home" found with a AS member?? That would be cool if it's still part of the AS 'family' !!
     
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    barneyrb Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Yes sir it is, I will not disclose who it is to protect their privacy. He did not post in this thread, only PM's.
     
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