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    Another Poulan project with a long ways to go.

    Poulan Pro 475. Same as the Jonsered 2077

    Thats my shade of yellow Al, Poulan, Partner sweeeeeeeeeeeet


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    Any of you older guys run these 65cc poulans? Just picked up a poulan 4000 to check out for myself on some trading.
    All I can tell so far is open port design from looking at cylinder pics posted in the past on the web.

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    I never seem to find any Poulans except the clam shell designs llke sold by Sears .There's the two s-25 but I'm not going to mess with them but they do have removable cylinders .

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    I think I had one many years ago that looked something like that. I want to say a 3700? Maybe 4400? But then I bought my first Stihl, an 038 Mag, and never used the Poulan again. I don't remember what happened to it but it was gone within 30 days of me buying the Stihl.

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    My 1st climbing saws were poulons pretty good till electrolux took em over and they turned into pull ons

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    I've seen some good ones, nice job!

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    I like the stock 65cc Poulan 4000


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    Took in a couple more of them poulans Poulan 505 82cc and 365 65cc and a odd ball John Deere 800V 80cc, which turns out to be a Echo 8000 in yellow. Goooo Echoooo

    If these 2 80cc saws pan out, I might cut my woods ported 066 loose. I have posted pics of it here before if someone is interested.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Cut4fun View Post
    Goooo Echoooo

    Echo, ask any pro, don't buy an echo.

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    Seems like the Pro's like Echo's too from what I have read. You also notice I didnt ever ask you for advice Bill.

    Plus I am a nobody that just messes with saws for a stress relief.

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