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58cc, .325” x 18”.

It was $109 delivered to my door.

Why? Because I wanted to investigate.

Performs OK. Not a world beater by any stretch.

Cheap enuff to buy one every firewood season.
 
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58cc, .325” x 18”.

It was $109 delivered to my door.

Why? Because I wanted to investigate.

Performs OK. Not a world beater by any stretch.

Cheap enuff to buy one every firewood season.
Have a link for that saw? Cheap enough to buy one to lend to the relative or friend that asks to borrow a saw and you don’t have to pizz them off by saying no.
 
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I've got one and no it's not 62cc, right on the cylinder it says 52cc. It runs and cuts good.

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58cc, .325” x 18”.

It was $109 delivered to my door.

Why? Because I wanted to investigate.

Performs OK. Not a world beater by any stretch.

Cheap enuff to buy one every firewood season.

I've got the slightly better version with the tank site window thats 58cc. I've got a lot of use out of it, around 30 large pines in the last year. These saws are easy to get parts for, these are based on the redmax/zenoah g5000 and zenoah g5200. You can get parts from redmax parts direct, ebay, amazon, and aliexpress.
 
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I've got one and no it's not 62cc, right on the cylinder it says 52cc. It runs and cuts good.



I've got the slightly better version with the tank site window thats 58cc. I've got a lot of use out of it, around 30 large pines in the last year. These saws are easy to get parts for, these are based on the redmax/zenoah g5000 and zenoah g5200. You can get parts from redmax parts direct, ebay, amazon, and aliexpress.
Knowing you can get parts is a big plus. The guy borrowing the saw will be pumped up borrowing such a “purdy”saw. Might have to order one if I don’t blow all my money at the Paul Bunyan Festival this weekend.
 
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also curious about the chain brake. I've never tripped on by accident, but wondering if these guys have an inertia brake on their saws?
 
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