24 Inch Petrol Chainsaw
Engine:1E43F EngineType:SingleCylinder,2-Stroke,Air-Cooled Displacement:45.2CC IdleSpeed:3000rpm PowerOutput:1.65KW/8500rpm CarburetorType:Diaphragm FuelMixedRatio:Gasoline:Engine(25:1) FuelCapacity:550ml OilCapacity:260ml GuiderBarSize:14” N.W./G.W.:5.8kg/6.5kg PackingDetails:2pc/ctns...
24 inch petrol Chainsaw
Engine Type:Single Cylinder,2-Stroke,Air-Cooled
Fuel Mixed Ratio:Gasoline:Engine(25:1)
· So I try to jam my foot farther in the opening there where you should have your foot to start it anyhow. My boot is too big to make it in there and hit the trigger. So what do? Take off the boot and jam my sock covered foot all the way in there now the trigger is wide open. Give it a pull and it almost runs. Coughs and blows out some smoke. Cool! The excess gas is probably out of there now! Second pull it fires right up. Remove foot from saw and put on boot!
· So looking back at the last year, I have found it’s a beast, treat it like the beast it is, give it the fancy gas you buy all pre mixed, it loves that stuff. Or find a gas pump with old school gas and go that route, ethanol really isn’t friendly with these things, dries out the parts, causes leaks and gelled up gas in the lines. I have also gone through a few chains; get the RED band chains not the green. They cut way faster. Granted they have more kick up but treat it like the beast it is and always a firm grip you will be ok. The kick up guard on the end I didn’t want to use anyhow sometimes something goes south and your bar gets pinched. That would just make it harder to yank the saw free.
· I rated the engine as "fickle" but with my write up you should have no problem taming it!
So in closing…great saw no regrets in buying it at all!
· 1 Buy good gas
2 Buy the scabbard
3 Buy red band chains
4 Don’t be afraid to stick your foot up its…handle area if it doesn’t want to start.
· Pros: Cuts Well, Durable, Easy to Store, Good Size & Weight, Great Engine, Long-Lasting, Powerful, Sturdy
· Cons: engine is a fickle beast.