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What is the real kind and model please

Discussion in 'Arborist 101' started by aben100, Apr 15, 2018 at 11:01 AM.

  1. aben100

    aben100 ArboristSite Lurker

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    Hi I am new on this forum I just received this saw yesterday can you tell me the real company and the model
    I just check on internet I think it s a Poulan but for the model...?
    Sorry probably my question wasn t clear....what I wanna know is who is the company who do it for Craftsman......Because Craftsman don t do lawnmover or snowblower it s under the name of Craftsman but it s made by another company..........


    Thank you

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    uuuuummmmmmmm.....................???????????? I'm going to take a guess that it is a Craftsman make and the model is a Pro 41416. If I had to take a guess, just a guess, I would say it is exactly a 56cc saw. If only the company who made this saw could put a sticker on it that told you what it was, exactly what it was, would the world be a better place. Or did it?
     
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    aben100 ArboristSite Lurker

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    Sorry probably my question wasn t clear....what I wanna know is who is the company who do it for Craftsman......Because Craftsman don t do lawnmover or snowblower it s under the name of Craftsman but it s made by another company..........
     
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    Its a poulan 3400 equivelent.
     
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    aben100 ArboristSite Lurker

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    Thank you it s What I wanna know!
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    Thank you it s what i wanna know to order parts
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    Yes.

    With a chainbrake. Not often seen south of the border.
     
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    Welcome to the forum.
    Your original question was perfectly clear, unfortunately some here have comprehension issues...
     
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    Yes welcome, and sorry for being somewhat of a jerk. Obviously I totally missed the original question due to my comprehension issues. I have learned something here as I had no idea that poulan made craftsman. Glad you got the answer you were looking for!
     
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    No problem I am french Canadian and my english is not perfect so I was not sure then you understant my question Thank you all
     
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