Friday, February 28, 2014

I don't think so, Skippy

The ones they sell on E-bay didn't have their chains run dry for miles.
...AND they have both adjusting nuts.

BUT- the plastic is still shiny....


  1. I dunno. Just because he used it once and ran the chain hot doesn't mean that the saw is ruined. Dressing the bar and getting a new chain might be all you'd need to do. The question is what size is the motor? This might be a good deal.

    1. When I can go to a pawn shop and get one almost brand new for $240- I'll pass on something that's obviously been mistreated.