Model # 8902

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

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

  • Combo kit includes 20 in. and 14 in. bar and chain lengths
  • Pro-grade chain with 30% more chain teeth reduces cutting time
  • Easy-access chain tensioner lets you quickly adjust as needed
$19900 /set
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Product Overview

Blue Max's 2-in-1 Gas Chainsaw Combo features both 14 in. and 20 in. bar and chain lengths, giving you two chainsaws in one. Powered by a single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine that runs at 2800 RPM with no load, this design features a low-range kickback chain brake for additional safety, while an automatic bar chain oil-feed system keeps your chain consistently lubricated. Center-balanced with an anti-vibration handle for maximum control and minimum fatigue, the combo chainsaw offers a quick-start (CDI) ignition system and easy-access chain pro-tensioner for fast adjustments. In addition, a durable, heavy-duty case is also included to protect your tool.

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  • Assembled dimensions: 14.17 in. W x 39.37 in. D x 14.96 in. H
  • 45cc pro-grade, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine operates at 2800 RPM with no load speed
  • Contains 2 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 for easy start-ups
  • Center-balanced for maximum control and minimum fatigue
  • Low-range kickback brake for additional safety
  • Anti-vibration handle helps ensure smooth operation and significantly reduces fatigue
  • 40:1 fuel mixture
  • Blow-molded case for convenient storage and carrying
  • Key safety features include rapid-reaction kickback brake (quick stop), hand guard, safety trigger and convenient on/off switch
  • EPA certified for eco-friendly performance
  • Exclusively available at The Home Depot

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bar Length (in.)
20
Chain Size
20 in.
Maximum Cut Diameter (in.)
40

Details

CA (CARB) Compliant
Not CARB Compliant
Chain Pitch
3/8"
Chain Speed (mps)
21.2
Chainsaw Size
Large
Chainsaw Type
Hand Chainsaw
Drive Links
76
Engine Displacement (cc)
45
Engine Type
2 Cycle
Features
Antivibration Handle,Chain Brake,Tool-Less Chain Tensioning,Translucent Fuel Tank
Filter Type
Mesh Filter
Fuel Tank Capacity (oz.)
18.6
Gauge
.058
Handle Type
Rear Handle Chainsaw
Included
Case
Power Type
Gas
Product Weight (lb.)
16.5lb
Refurbished
No
Returnable
30-Day
Torque Maximum (Nm)
2.1
Usage Type
Homeowner Chainsaw

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
EPA Approved
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

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Customer Questions & Answers

40:1 or 25:1?

Page 4 of the user manual says to use fuel 25:1, but on the top description page it says 40:1.
Asked by: Mike
3.2 ounces of 2-stroke oil to 1 gallon of gas will provide a 40:1 mix.
Answered by: Dave
Date published: 2017-04-30

How do you make a 40:1 mixture, what a are the ratios of gas to oil?

Asked by: Elvis318
40:1 mix is a ratio. For this, it is saying take 1 Part Oil to 40 Parts Gas. As you can see from my picture, I have circled the 1 gallon ration 40:1 and also circled the 3.2 Fluid Ounces that are in the bottle. Since 1 gallon of gas contains 128 Fluid Ounces. Just use the following formula: 128 Ounces DIVIDED BY 40 = 3.2 Ounces or do it backwards: 3.2 Ounces in the bottle x 40 Parts = 128 Ounces (1 U.S. Gallon) Some Chainsaws or weed eaters require 40:1 Mix, some use 50:1 Mix. Those are to 2 most common. That is why it is very important to consult your owners manual prior to use to ensure you got the right mix of gas and oil. Happy Cutting ; )
Answered by: F14TomcatAOC
Date published: 2017-01-07

Does the saw have a primer bulb?

Asked by: DRIFTER
No, it does have a Choke. Pull the choke OUT and pull cord til it wants to start, push choke back in and pull until it starts.
Answered by: F14TomcatAOC
Date published: 2017-04-14

all of my other 2 cycle tools use 50 to 1 mixture. would this hurt or not run well in this saw.

all of my other 2 cycle tools use 50 to 1 mixture. would this hurt or not run well in this saw.
Asked by: ebrpda3
It will run but will probably foul the plug a lot sooner than necessary.
Answered by: Maniac
Date published: 2017-05-17
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Customer Reviews

2-In-1 20 in. and 14 in. 45cc Gas Chainsaw Combo with Blow Molded Case is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 645.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like the easy adjustment chain tension. I also like the case and chain guard. The case is big e... I like the easy adjustment chain tension. I also like the case and chain guard. The case is big enough to hold all the included tools (also a very nice feature) along with the 14 inch chain. It cut well for me the first time. I wanted to try it out so I only cut a few small branches, but it did a nice job. So far the only negative is that I felt it was hard to start. What I mean by that is this. It fires up quickly if you follow the directions printed on the saw. What I mean by hard is that the rope is difficult to pull. I found it difficult to hold the saw still on the ground while pulling the rope. It will also pull back hard at times so be ready. Maybe it will loosen up as it gets older. Bottom line is it works well and I would recommend it.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome little saw I've had this saw for two years now. Has a ton of power for it's size. I let this saw sit for 6 months hit the choke give it two or three pulls and fires right up. It has been far less trouble than my friends similar size husky that he got the same year.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This will be a bit lengthily but I found it quite comical in reading all the prior reviews that w... This will be a bit lengthily but I found it quite comical in reading all the prior reviews that were rated 4.0 or below. To me, it looks like most of the buyers of this BlueMax Chainsaw just put the bar & chain on, put some gas/oil mix and bar oil and went out to use it. Let me tell ya friends, assemblers put these things together in mass production and some care and some don't care. It is up to you to do the check on this and other items you buy to ensure it is put together good. By using the instructions that came with the chainsaw and taking a little time to read it could save you a lot of misery down the road. Doing maintenance on this as stated in the user manual, when required, this will last a long time for you. While reading the rating 4.0 and below reviews, I noticed gripes such as "It takes an Engineer to put it together". This was simple to assemble. All I can say about that is "Read Your User Manual". "Leaks Oil" The biggest problem with this is that after adding Bar & Chain oil, the operator is not closing the cap tight enough or cross threads the cap. The bar and chain oil is used to lub the BAR. Of course it will leave a bit of oil when it sets in the case for weeks. It is a chain saw. "There is no 14" Bar in the case, but do have the 14" chain though". The 14" bar is under the case. Turn the case upside down, you notice a single screw holding the bar in a case. Remove the screw and pull it out. This is a genius storage place. "Saw won't start after setting a while". As much as I used mine, I never had this problem. When the saw sets for 15 or more minutes, it is considered a "Cold Start". Pull the choke out and pull until it wants to fire up, push the chock back in and pull. Will be good. I received my chainsaw a bit back and it has been outstanding. It has never given me any trouble probably because I use the User Manual to conduct the maintenance when needed. Happy Cutting ; )
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent chainsaw I bought this initially to cut down a few small trees around my property. It did a wonderful job at that. Then I used it to cut up big trees that have fallen in a storm we had a few years back. It did a great job! My lot looks so much better and cleaned up. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked great right out of the box. Set up is fairly simple, and the case holds the smaller bar on... Worked great right out of the box. Set up is fairly simple, and the case holds the smaller bar on the bottom in its own space. Start up is easy and the saw handles well, and with less vibration than I expected.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worked great for the first couple of days. Was really impressed with the power and weight; howeve... Worked great for the first couple of days. Was really impressed with the power and weight; however, I couldn't get it started the 3rd day. Went through all troubleshooting steps required via the documentation.
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from READ THIS FOR USEFUL TIPS: I bought this saw six years ago, and I’ve used it to bring down and cu... READ THIS FOR USEFUL TIPS: I bought this saw six years ago, and I’ve used it to bring down and cut up at least eight full grown dead maple trees (i.e. hardwood) on my property, so I’ve definitely worked it harder than most typical homeowners would. I have also definitely gotten my money’s worth out of it. After about three years, I noticed it becoming more difficult to start, and it would bog down/stall when trying to cut. I fixed this problem by re-tuning the carburetor, but in order to do this I first had to order a special tool (pacman style carburetor tool) easily found online. After re-tuning the carb, it has been starting and running great. I have also had to replace the fuel line, as is common in a 2 cycle engine after a few years. The chain is somewhat light duty, but it gets the job done. Blue Max chains are hard to find, but you don’t need to find a real Blue Max chain, rather you just need a 20”chain that meets these specs: .325 pitch, .058 gauge, 76 drive links. They are easily found online from companies that specialize in selling replacement chains. Also remember if you want your saw to last, then you have to take care of it. I clean mine thoroughly after each big job (an air compressor helps for blowing out the sawdust). One more tip, I use an electric chainsaw blade sharpener that I bough at Home Depot, and it does a great job. Just be careful not to grind much metal off if you want the chain to last for several sharpenings.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from At the sale price and if you only use it occasionally this is a great buy, but I would inclu... At the sale price and if you only use it occasionally this is a great buy, but I would include the extended warranty contract. This product is cheep for a reason. It has lots of light weight plastic in its construction and some lightweight metal parts which will fail if used heavily. So if you go in knowing that and get the extended warranty and baby it for the few times you use it--Then its a great buy. It cuts well and starts quickly if you follow the manuals procedure closely. Make note of all the maintenance they recommend after short use and follow it. If you get a bad one take it back quickly and get an exchange. PS watchout for the staring instructions as they forgot to tell you to lock the throttle at full with the trigger lock when you start the saw.
Date published: 2017-03-07
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