COYOTE102076 wrote:Tidbit of useless info: Dont buy a Husq. bar if you can find an Oregon bar cheaper. Reason being is Oregon MAKES the bars for Husqvarna! MOST of the time you can get a real good deal on a Oregon bar & chain combo. Go figure.
squatch wrote:Pioneer saws were made by OMC corp. As in Johnson/Evinrude if I recall. Had one many, many years ago. It was huge and weighed so much I swore it was a twin cylinder. It wasn't. Very finicky saw that one.
slainer wrote:Boy you have some golden oldies, from a time before safety guards and brakes.
ArdWrknTrk wrote:.... and clutches!
foytiX wrote:the oldest saw I've ever owned was one of these, a Stihl Contra Lightning.
It was given to me by a customer..... unfortunately it was in 2 boxes (disassembled) and they never found the 2nd box
I (my dad actually) had a pioneer from the late 70 / early 80's that was actually a poulan. Not entirely sure Pioneer ever produced their own saws.
ps here's a heavy saw for you ......not mine either
slainer wrote:Well after 12 year of no maintenance and much abuse my Poulan 2150 is just now giving me problems. The fuel line have deteriorated so I replaced two of them but must of got some dirt in the carb and now its not starting and running right even after cleaning it out could have a air leak from not using new gaskets.
I'm considering getting another cheap saw like Poulan or Ryobi or maybe spend a little more on a better name brand. Let me know what how you all like the saw you use.
slainer wrote:Went to look at the MS250 today, I like it. The guys at the shop told me that they run promos for a free case in mid Oct, I think i can wait till they.
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