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Looking to buy pioneer farmsaw

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by jeff c white, Nov 27, 2017.

  1. jeff c white

    jeff c white New Member

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    I’m in the market for a pioneer farmsaw, circa 1980. To make a long story short, my father in law loaned me his and, being new to woodcutting, I sorta crushed it. It’s okay to laugh. I learned a lot... but now I’m trying to make it right. I know there are plenty of these saws out there collecting dust. If you have one you may part with, please let me know!
     
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    Old2stroke Never too many toys

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    You could expand your search to include the P-41. It was more common and is basically the same saw with a different starter mechanism and a better clutch. These saws are hard to find as most owners will not part with them, I have both and they are staying with me. Damn good saws!
     
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    undee70ss Homelite nut

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    How bad was it crushed? Pics?
     
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    Modifiedmark Tree Freak

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    I got a good P41 I would sell
     
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    I have parts, if u got a list. 41 or 42 is better replacement.

    got 42, don't really wanna sell. prolly cheaper to deal on ^^^
     
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    I’ll try and figure out how to post some pics.
     
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    I’ve got a mint Farmsaw. They are nice saws. I bought it for my collection It’s a 1980

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    I have one that is a parts saw. I see about digging it out of the parts shed if you might be interested. Wouldn't want a ton for it, though shipping is probably $40-50.
     
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    Hsullyc ArboristSite Lurker

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    I have one out on the Oregon coast. I will dig it out in the morning and post a couple photos of it.
     
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    saxman Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I found more pics of my Farm Saw
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    Hsullyc ArboristSite Lurker

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    Sorry I didn't get to it today. Are you still looking for one?
     

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