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Mcculloch pro mac 700

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by the woolfe man, Nov 27, 2019.

  1. the woolfe man

    the woolfe man ArboristSite Operative

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    Hi

    Just wondering if any body has a pro mac 700 they could measure for me? I need the height to top of handle width and length.

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  2. lostone

    lostone Stihl Runnin

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    With chain brake 280mm high (chain brake flag is tallest point), 267mm wide and without bucking spikes 407mm long.
     
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    the woolfe man ArboristSite Operative

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    Excellent thanks for taking the time to do that.Do you like the 700?
     
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    lostone Stihl Runnin

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    I will have to let you know later on. I got this one in and looked at the piston, plus checked compression on it then put some mix down the intake to make sure it fired and just have never taken the time to finish this saw off. I got into working on other saws but after I get my current lineup taken care off I am starting on the PM 555 then I will get to the 700.
     
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  5. Jethro 2t sniffer

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    700s are great saws
     
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  6. huskadolmar

    huskadolmar husky395,394,576,372,,365,359,357,346,dolmar5105

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    700's are nice torque filled saws. Power to weight ratio is excellent
     
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  7. Brent Adams

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    Love mine! As already stated, they have A LOT of torque for their size. Newer saws of the same displacement may outrun them, but they dont bog down in sappy or dense wood.automatic oilers are adjustable to compensate for longer or shorter bars. Chain brake works well.(dont ask how I know that).
     
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    the woolfe man ArboristSite Operative

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    Thanks for the replies.
    I just placed a bid on a one.I shall see if I'm a winner.If I do win the saw and eventually have the saw in my hands I shall post a video if I can work all that out. Tecs not my thing.
     

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