Poulan® 18 in. 40 cc Wild Thing or Husqvarna 235 16-Inch 34.4cc ???

HDRock Posted By HDRock, Nov 24, 2012 at 9:57 PM

  1. amateur cutter

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    Exactly what He said. Nice work HD. A C
     
  2. HDRock

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    Ya ! had to cut some bigger stuff to see what kinda guts she had, chewed up the 20" end of that maple tree quick ! sweet :cool:
    Eager Beaver got a break ;lol but did some small stuff, hard to get parts for 1990s but is a good 35cc saw
     
  3. HDRock

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    I got the new starter from the seller today, the starter cup is a smaller diameter than the other one was.
    I haven't put it on the saw yet .
    Check out this pull handle ;lol

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  4. HittinSteel

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    Now you can wear snow mittens and still start your saw hahahaha
     
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  5. MasterMech

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    ;lol Usually only see that on "Rescue" saws or sometimes "Arctic" versions.

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  6. Pallet Pete

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    Good lord that seems like it would get in the way a lot ! I am glad your sticking to it HD that saw will be a real beauty when your done and just in time for snow this morning too ;lol.

    Pete
     
  7. Thistle

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    If my big Husky didnt have a decomp valve,I'd seriously think about putting that handle on it.;lol Sold my Poulan 475/rebadged Jonsered 2077 last November,it had 180+ compression & no decomp,as I got older it was a real arm breaker pulling that rope,especially when it snapped back & almost broke my finger! :eek:
     
  8. HDRock

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    The guy I bought the saw from has a saw shop in oregon

    I was grinning ear to ear,after I ripped through that 20" tree In no time ==c

    On that note, why is a saw so hard to pull some times after it hasn't been run for a while ? cuz not much lubrication in there ?
    My 35cc saw, I wasn't holding it down good enough, I pulled and it smacked me in the leg hard !!! I learned a little lesson that day
     
  9. Thistle

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    Saws (pretty much any gas engine I think) are always more difficult to start/have more compression when cold.I cant give you a really scientific answer,just know that's the way it is.
     
  10. MasterMech

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    Combination of tighter clearances, less oil clinging to parts, and thicker/more viscous oil from reduced temps.
     

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