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Edited October 7, 2015 at 08:28 AM by mlacey3
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any Idea when these deals expire?
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Thanks! Grabbed the Husqvarna backpack blower.
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Quote from Gift2k1 View Post :
any Idea when these deals expire?
These will expire in/around on October 13, 2015. You've got some time to make a purchase decision if needed Smilie
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Anyone have a recommendation on which chainsaw to get? I'll be using it to cut down some bamboo trees (no more than 3inch in diameter) and cut up some felled trees (could potentially be a foot and a half in diameter). I hesitated on the poulan pro last time and missed it.

I don't mind spending the $150 on the husq saw, but I don't know if the 14" bar will be a problem or not. Thanks in advance!
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Anyone have a recommendation on which chainsaw to get? I'll be using it to cut down some bamboo trees (no more than 3inch in diameter) and cut up some felled trees (could potentially be a foot and a half in diameter). I hesitated on the poulan pro last time and missed it.

I don't mind spending the $150 on the husq saw, but I don't know if the 14" bar will be a problem or not. Thanks in advance!

I got Poulan Pro 18" bar chainsaw.
Generally I am happy with it. With sharp/new chain it eats anything and is quick.
When I received it, I had some problems with chain (I got a worn one), but finally got a refund for a new one.

http://www.vminnovations.com/Prod...ode=SD1003

It starts fine.
I cut down a few trees (2 with trunks of 18" diameter and 3 with about 12"). Except that several small trees, branches, and such.
Also, I made 3 benches, so I cut a 12" trunk parallel on length of about 5'-6' each.

Chains do not last long, especially if they get a nail or dirt.
Other than that - great value for money.

Now I am tempted for a gas leaf blower... No more cords.
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Quote from joeg84 View Post :
Anyone have a recommendation on which chainsaw to get? I'll be using it to cut down some bamboo trees (no more than 3inch in diameter) and cut up some felled trees (could potentially be a foot and a half in diameter). I hesitated on the poulan pro last time and missed it.

I don't mind spending the $150 on the husq saw, but I don't know if the 14" bar will be a problem or not. Thanks in advance!
if you have a decent sawzall that will work fine also. I've cut down much larger trees then that with mine.
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I got Poulan Pro 18" bar chainsaw.
Generally I am happy with it. With sharp/new chain it eats anything and is quick.
When I received it, I had some problems with chain (I got a worn one), but finally got a refund for a new one.

http://www.vminnovations.com/Prod...ode=SD1003

It starts fine.
I cut down a few trees (2 with trunks of 18" diameter and 3 with about 12"). Except that several small trees, branches, and such.
Also, I made 3 benches, so I cut a 12" trunk parallel on length of about 5'-6' each.

Chains do not last long, especially if they get a nail or dirt.
Other than that - great value for money.

Now I am tempted for a gas leaf blower... No more cords.
Go for it. We bought a husqvarna backpack blower a few months back from vmi when it was on here and it is so nice compared to electric.
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Quote from PLP View Post :
I got Poulan Pro 18" bar chainsaw.
Generally I am happy with it. With sharp/new chain it eats anything and is quick.
When I received it, I had some problems with chain (I got a worn one), but finally got a refund for a new one.

http://www.vminnovations.com/Prod...ode=SD1003

It starts fine.
I cut down a few trees (2 with trunks of 18" diameter and 3 with about 12"). Except that several small trees, branches, and such.
Also, I made 3 benches, so I cut a 12" trunk parallel on length of about 5'-6' each.

Chains do not last long, especially if they get a nail or dirt.
Other than that - great value for money.

Now I am tempted for a gas leaf blower... No more cords.
Thanks, I appreciate it!

Quote from bzobes87 View Post :
if you have a decent sawzall that will work fine also. I've cut down much larger trees then that with mine.
Thanks, appreciate the advice!
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Last edited by joeg84 October 7, 2015 at 08:18 AM
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might be a good idea to get some of these before the leaves really start to fall. Thanks, OP!
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Any reviews on the blower, mulch, vacuum? I currently have a low powered electric blower and looking to upgrade.
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I really need a circular saw. Anyone can comment on the Skil Saw. Thanks

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Skil-R.../203986132

HD has it for $39.shake head

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I really need a circular saw. Anyone can comment on the Skil Saw. Thanks
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Last edited by pennellcir October 7, 2015 at 08:42 AM
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http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../205216317

A brand new is almost the same price.


Quote from pennellcir View Post :
I really need a circular saw. Anyone can comment on the Skil Saw. Thanks

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Skil-R.../203986132

HD has it for $39.shake head
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