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SOLD!!!! PIONEER P60 WESTERN

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by briguy26, Aug 17, 2019.

  1. briguy26

    briguy26 ArboristSite Guru

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    Hey guys, just want to offer up this very nice condition Pioneer p60 Western chainsaw. One owner saw, and he told me he used it to buck up two large firs with it. It's very clean and all original. I did install new fuel line and stihl fuel filter to get it running. I pulled muffler and the piston looked good. By the looks of the piston the saw had been ran rich for awhile but rings looked great with two thin rings. I fired it up and I had her running for a few minutes and noticed it would idle up on me so it could have a slight air leak from sitting for so long. Previous owner informed me that it hadn't been ran since 2002. ASKING $550 plus shipping. PayPal friends and family. 20190817_152416.jpg 20190817_152446.jpg 20190817_152426.jpg 20190817_152648.jpg 20190817_152504.jpg 20190817_152839.jpg 20190817_152821.jpg 20190817_152950.jpg 20190817_152852.jpg
     
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    Nice saw.
     
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    You betcha!
     
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    Still has all of the lower handle. Usually broken.
     
  5. briguy26

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    Yep that plastic hand protector is usually busted or cracked beyond belief. I did see the manual override oiler button is gone on this one. I've seen them missing on quite a few pioneer p series saws.
     
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    My manual button is missing on my BP655 as well. Been looking for one for about a year. Still works fine without it. That’s a great looking saw!
     
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    Maple ball from the hardware store works well.
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    1/4” drill bit and Gorilla glue.
     
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    ThistleIA ArboristSite Operative

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    My Pioneer/Partner P62HP has a small hex nut threaded & epoxied to the shaft by previous owner where that little plastic knob used to be.Works perfectly.
     
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    Thanks for all the interest. This P60 has found a new home:rock:
     

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