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Partner Chainsaw Thread

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by Arrowhead, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. leecopland

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    At the other end of the spectrum I got a tiny Partner from BIL, very few hours on it. I'll try to add some photos later. I think it is either a Mini III or IV. Had not been run for years, fresh fuel and away it went
     
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    34cc of screamin' power. This has some very interesting features. Instead of bar studs it has a bolt that passes through the chain break and bar then into the body of the saw. It also routes the exhaust through the clutch cover which appears to be a heat sink with cooling fines. Overall it is very similar to the Stihl 015. I haven't had a chance to run it in wood yet. It might be a nice little limbing saw
     

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    Started up my partner 400, partner 500. I have a p85, r16 and more I need to look at. That little 400 is a screamer.
     
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    Neat looking little saw. We’re partners and pioneer saws more popular in canada?
     
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    pioneers were made here
     
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    That little guy isnt really a Partner. The story on those is interesting to say the least. That looks to be the Skil version, rather than the Trail/Frontier one which actually ended up owned by Electrolux

    Both of these guys are more or less the the same saw.
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    There was a jonsered that looked like the ones above too the tree trimmers and climbers were using these cheap saws. Maybe a branded jonsered is a redmax?
     
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    Well I couldnt control myself, I couldn’t hold back I purchased another partner/pioneer 400 again in excellent condition.
     
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    I have three of these pioneer/ Partner 400’s
    All look like this there clones.
     

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    is there a way to tell the difference between the p100/r440 chainsaws
    what model is this and is it 100cc[​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Also 85 ccm possible :
    R435

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    so you dont think r440
     
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    check the bore

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    thanks
     
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    My partner 3655 showed up today. She’s heavy like a Chevy at 12lbs.
     
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    Dumb question are Partner chain saws manufactured anymore? Like brand new?
    I don’t see new partner chain saws for sale anywhere.
     
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    I need to find a bar to suite my P100 , any ideas
    im in Australia
    Peter
     
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    Large Husky bar mount D009?
     
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