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SOLD!!!! Pioneer 650

Kensie1988

Kensie1988

Vintage Saw Maniac
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I would like to sell my Pioneer 650. It has the original bar and chain. I tried to get it running but couldnt. I dont think the sediment bowl was sealing well enough and pulling enough fuel. I dont know if it will even run anymore. The FM starter has been removed since I bought it and I no longer have it. I would like to get $80 Plus shipping for it. Overall it is a decent looking saw. off the top of my head, the paint is not in good shape, but most early pioneer paint isnt, also the chain tensioner is bent and can be difficult to adjust.
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