They can make them because the patent has expired. They are built in China and shipped assembled. You can buy parts kits also. They are breaking no laws.They get away with it for 2 reasons. 1st, the Chinese specialize in industrial espionage and theft.These saws come into this country disassembled so they’re considered parts, not saws and don’t have to pass EPA regs. 2nd, because there’s a small % of buyers with absolutely no conscience or morals. They only care about $$. Just like drugs, as long as there is a market there will be a seller.
They don't have to pass epa. They have all their bases covered.They don’t pass EPA regs . If sold assembled they’re illegal. Just because nobody’s been prosecuted yet doesn’t change the law. Ask the companies who sold diesel delete kits.
Whats the deal with these knock offs and how do they get away with it?
They can make them because the patent has expired. They are built in China and shipped assembled. You can buy parts kits also. They are breaking no laws.
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That dude’s a cut throat with no morals, just like China is.Yeah Well, MT Resident, didn't break any laws in taking the wood that someone else left behind in a National Forest, and the backlash He received was Unbelievable and uncalled for, and this is much more Immoral, yet no Backlash????
chemical farming??? you a farmer??????EPA should be doing their job, not pissing around with small engine regulations.
They should be doing something about chemical farming, for one thing. Now there's a mess that needs to be cleaned up. Idiots.
If EPA didn't force manufacturers into building ever more complex things, perhaps prices could stay at a point where the Chinese competition would simply not be attractive.
the EPA misdirects the public's focus from where the real problems lie.