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    Quote Originally Posted by lumberjack View Post
    What makes that saw worth two days time?
    ... it's clearly marked "Professional" ...

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    I have to admit, I bought a 338 Poulan years ago. It wasn't a terrible saw, but had issues with snapping allen screws that held the front handle on. It sure wasn't a Stihl.

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    My bud has one marked Pro, I forget the model, but the oiler quit. I rebuilt the carb for him and it runs pretty good. My stepson has a non pro and his oiler quit also. My Husky 45 needs another oil pump. It has been pounded for 14 years though. I am going to upgrade to a 346 and semi-retire the 45.

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    Your "54" Ummm 9 years late huh!

    Mine was marked Pro also! "Predator Pro" to be more specific!

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    Huhh??

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    I thought you were sayin' you were 45! I guess you meant the saw!

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    Why would someone waste their time on the magnesium crankcase poulans you ask . I got a poulan 3750 here that cuts right with the beloved 262xp for half the price. You just got to know which ones to go after .


    Just watch this yellow poulan 415 with the 475 p+c put on it at Webster this year in the 5ci class.
    About a 1:05 into the video, only yellow saw and sawer on right.
    I was running at about the 2:09 mark with my fat ass back to cam in green chaps.

    Last edited by Cut4fun; 10-25-2010 at 05:23 PM. Reason: beloved

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    I've never had a Poulan chainsaw. I did have a stringtrimmer that didn't last very long. Knock yourself out, looks like it cuts pretty good.

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    The poulan saw I have mentioned above was made in sweden for poulan. So I guess Jonsered versions were a turd too. shine shine polish polish Big brother Jonsered 2077 or also know as Poulan Pro 475 http://www.jonsered.ws/2077.pdf

    Just having fun......

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