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Blue Max

Model # 8902

Internet # 202555248

2-In-1 20 in. and 14 in. 45cc Gas Chainsaw Combo with Blow Molded Case

$199.00 /set
  • Anti vibration handle reduces user fatigue
  • Pro Grade Chain with 30% more chain teeth reduces cutting time
  • Easy access chain tensioner for quick adjustments

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Model # 8902

Internet # 202555248

The Blue Max 2-in-1 Gas Chainsaw Combo features 14 in. and 20 in. bar and chain lengths, giving you two chainsaws in one. It features a low-range kick-back chain brake for additional safety. It has an automatic bar chain oil-feed system to keep your chain consistently lubricated. It is center-balanced with an anti-vibration handle for maximum control and minimum fatigue. This combo chainsaw includes a quick-start (CDI) ignition system and easy-access chain pro-tensioner for fast adjustments. There is a single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine that runs at 2800 RPM with no load. A heavy-duty durable case is included to protect your chainsaw.

  • Assembled dimensions: 14.17 in. W x 39.37 in. D x 14.96 in. H
  • 45cc pro grade, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine for 2800 RPM no-load speed
  • Contains two chainsaw bar and chain lengths of 14 in. and 20 in. for multiple cutting applications
  • Easy-access chain pro-tensioner for fast adjustments
  • Quick-start CDI ignition system
  • Center-balanced for maximum control and minimum fatigue
  • Low-range kickback brake for additional safety
  • Anti-vibration handle to reduce fatigue
  • 40:1 fuel mixture
  • Blow-molded case for convenient storage and carry
  • Rapid-reaction kick-back brake (quick stop), hand guard, safety trigger and convenient on/off switch
  • EPA-certified

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Bar Length (in.) 
14 
Chain size 
20 in. 
Maximum cut diameter (in.) 
24 
Product Depth (in.) 
39.37 
Product Height (in.) 
14.96 
Product Length (in.) 
39.37 in 
Product Width (in.) 
14.17 
Details
Antivibration handle 
Yes 
CA (CARB) Compliant 
Not CARB Compliant 
Case Included 
Yes 
Chain brake 
Yes 
Chain tension adjustment 
Yes 
Chainsaw Type 
Hand Chainsaw 
Commercial 
No 
Engine Displacement (cc) 
45 
Engine Type 
2-Stoke 
Fuel tank capacity (oz.) 
18.6 
Power Type 
Gas 
Product Weight (lb.) 
23.13 lb 
Recommended oil 
2-Cycle 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Translucent fuel tank 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
EPA Approved 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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Brand: Blue Max
Power Type: Gas
Bar Length (in.): 14
Price: $150 - $200
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Commercial: No
CA (CARB) Compliant: Not CARB Compliant
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2-In-1 20 in. and 14 in. 45cc Gas Chainsaw Combo with Blow Molded Case
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40:1 or 25:1?

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Page 4 of the user manual says to use fuel 25:1, but on the top description page it says 40:1.
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May 12, 2016
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It take a 40:1 mix
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May 9, 2016
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The mixing container shipped with the saw is 40 to 1. I would go with 40 to 1 as I have never seen a mix at 25 to 1.
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May 8, 2016
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40:1 is fine. It won't hurt to have a bit more oil and have it 25:1. I usually put a bit more oil than required. Oil hurts nothing but lubricates. So, a little more of it will just help give an added protection to the engine.
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May 8, 2016
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40:1 is correct
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May 8, 2016
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Mike : 40:1 & I buy the pre-mix @ Home Depot. The Blue Max comes with a container to mix your gas in . It is in the handy dandy caring case. I hope that has helped.
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May 7, 2016
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I am almost certain I use 50:1 for mine. But DON'T mix it yourself. If you do then it will probably clog your carburetor which will not be under warranty. I buy the premixed at Home Depot and it seems to work great. http://www.homedepot.com/p/TruSouth-Trufuel-50-1-Pre-Oil-Mix-6525638/202532877
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How do you make a 40:1 mixture, what a are the ratios of gas to oil?

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I would recommend you buy the premix at Home Depot (or elsewhere) and not to mix your own. Otherwise you could end up with a clogged carburetor not under warranty like I did.
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January 14, 2016
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40 PARTS FUEL TO 1 PART OIL. IF YOU DO IT IN OUNCES YOU CAN MIX WHAT YOU WILL USE IN AN APPROPRIATE SIZE CONTAINER. PRETTY EASY, DONT WORRY ABOUT MAKING A MISTAKE ITS NOT HYPER CRITICAL
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Oswego, Il
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September 27, 2015
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Read the manual. This is a pretty standard 2 cycle mixture. You can also buy the small cans of oil that you mix with I think one gallon on gas. Ask the clerk.
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September 21, 2015
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the ratio is, well, 40 to 1 by volume. Simplest way is to purchase your oil in small plastic bottles available in most hardware stores and places where chain saws, weedeaters, and such, are sold. Typically the bottles are of two sizes. One size, 3.2 (fluid) ounces, produces a fairly standard 40:1 ratio when added to ONE gallon (128 fluid ounces) of gas [128/3.2 = 40]. The other size, a bit smaller in Read More
the ratio is, well, 40 to 1 by volume. Simplest way is to purchase your oil in small plastic bottles available in most hardware stores and places where chain saws, weedeaters, and such, are sold. Typically the bottles are of two sizes. One size, 3.2 (fluid) ounces, produces a fairly standard 40:1 ratio when added to ONE gallon (128 fluid ounces) of gas [128/3.2 = 40]. The other size, a bit smaller in volume at 2.6 (fluid) ounces, produces a 50:1 ratio when added to ONE gallon of gas. Always shake/swirl the container of mixed gas/oil well before dispensing. Read Less
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Exactly what it says..40 parts gas, one part oil. Use 3.2 ounces per gallon of gas. That should do it. If you put a little bit more oil than is required or needed, that is fine. Its more lubrication, and that is what you need for those small engines. Peace
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This saw actually comes with a measuring container. You fill it up to the correct line and then add oil to the 40 to 1 line. One part oil to 40 parts gasoline. Many two stroke oil containers have a measuring device on the bottle so you can easily create a gallon of mixed gas. Make sure to use two stroke oil also. This will be clearly labeled on the container you buy.
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Does the saw have a primer bulb?

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No priming ball.
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No
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no - It does not need 1. Mine starts on the 1st pull.
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January 26, 2016
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No, this model does not have a primer bulb.
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January 20, 2016
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It does not. I've only used it one time and initial startup of a dry chainsaw is never super easy. I'm hoping that my next start up experience is a bit short. Initial startup took about 8 cycles of choke, short pulls and long pull.
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Does the Blue Max come with a spark plug or do I have to buy one,what kind do I buy?

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It comes with a spark plug.
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It comes with a spark plug
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comes with everything you to get started, exept gas
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Yes comes with the unit.
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It comes with a spark plug. Engine is ready to run after assembling the saw.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 409 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Beware I bought this chainsaw off of the Home Depot deal of the day. My old chainsaw had bit the dust after about 6 years of use and this one was very affordable and the reviews at the time looked pretty good. I felt the 1 year warranty was pretty good. I ordered the unit on 1/21/16 and it shipped timely. I opened the unit but did not need it until today. Last weekend I followed the start up instructions and the unit started up but it took numerous pulls for it to start. I also noticed that the chain loosened up by just starting and running it so I readjusted it. Restarted and readjusted it again. It also appeared to be leaving too much oil when I would sit it down so I read the instructions and adjusted the bar oil screw down as low as it would go. There was no cutting done last weekend and I started it 3 or 4 times for a total of maybe 2 minutes. Today I grabbed the carry case to do my first job and oil was leaking out the case when I moved it. When I opened the case the bottom was standing in oil. I opened the oil reservoir and it had a little left in it. I called Home Depot and they have a 30 day return policy. I called the manufacturer and got their voicemail and will call them back Monday. Now I'm headed out to but a name brand unit to do the work that needs to be done this weekend. I feel this is just probably a too good to be true price range. I will post with how the manufacturer handles the repair or refund. Perhaps this was just a lemon unit but now I do have the pleasure of going and paying retail for a good unit plus I've got the pleasure of dealing with this one. I've probably owned 5 or 6 chainsaws before, but I'm only 53 so perhaps when I grow up I'll learn that it is true that you get what you pay for! April 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Buy Had many saws before but by far this is better than a pullon even better than my craftsman. easy to assemble and starts right up everytime so far. Used it to cut some big old dry red hearted mesquite and cut through like butter. And it doesn't leak oil when not in use. February 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for... the worst saw I have ever bought. I thought I was buying a chain saw, instead I got a wood burner. Finally put the saw together (Bought it in January on a daily deal.) and it started after 7 or 8 pulls which you would expect for a brand new saw WITHOUT a primer bulb to move the gas to the carb. I went to cut some dead limbs off my aspen tree and was very disappointed with the blade performance. It was like someone had been cutting dirt with it. I know it was new because it was in the plastic bag still. Granted it comes with a file to sharpen the blade but come on.... right out out the gate you need to sharpen the blade??!!! I looked to just go buy a decent blade and guess what, it isn't a standard size that is in the store so you are screwed! Headed to buy a new saw that I can get blades locally. May 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cuts great the first tank of gas Cuts great the first tank of gas Wait 30 to 20 minutes (cools down) before you start chain saw back up. I return the first chain saw. Order the same one again and it did the same again had to wait 30 to 20 minutes to start it back up and i return this one to. This chain saw cut great the best one i cut with in a long time. I`m going to wait maybe they will fix the problem with this chain saw and i will buy another one later and try it again. Would not recommend this product just because you have to wait too long before you can start cutting again then it cuts great. May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value for light to moderate work The engine shroud is plastic which has me concerned with durability, however the saw starts and operates well. A fuel mixing bottle, chain file, screwdriver, and wrench/socket are included with the kit. The 14" bar stores in the bottom of the case. The case is acceptable, but again I am concerned with longevity. I would not purchase this for heavy or commercial use. If you need a saw for infrequent light to medium tasks this will fit your needs. I have cut roughly two cords of mixed hard and soft woods from 6 to 18" in diameter after having some trees cut down in the back yard. The saw has cut true and fast. May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value Only used the saw three times but so far so good. Good product for the price. The saw works well and fits neatly in the case, even able to side the extra chain bar in the case. Assembly instructions could have been more clear images may have helped. We will have to see how it holds up in the long run. May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good saw the saw was well packed upon arrival very easy to very start well worth the price for the value nice 14"-20" bar excellent cut strong motor well built May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 16 month review. I'm a homeowner who bought this product to cut down some small trees and buck some larger trees I had cut down by a tree service. I'm not satisfied with this product. The 20 inch chain snapped within the first month. The fuel line leaks, chain oil leaks, a spring inside the safety brake bar has broke. Replacement chains must be bought online. At my local HD they don't carry them. I only use fuel sold in the can so not to degrade the fuel lines but it leaks anyway. The saw will stall if you have it at a low angle, that could be caused by air in the fuel line from the leak. If you don't drain the chain oil after use that too will leak. April 9, 2016
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