Model # P3314WS

Internet #202367406

Poulan 14 in. 33 cc Gas Chainsaw-DISCONTINUED
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Discontinued Poulan

14 in. 33 cc Gas Chainsaw-DISCONTINUED

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This lightweight chainsaw is perfect for cutting firewood and tree limbing around your property. The P3314 is powered by a 33 cc 2-cycle gas engine and is equipped with a 14 in. steel bar. An automatic chain oiler, super clean air filter system, and primer bulb for easy starting make this model both convenient and cost-effective. Protected by a 1-year warranty.

  • Perfect for light cutting and most jobs around the yard
  • 14 in. Guide bar
  • Gear-driven automatic oiler
  • Primer bulb for easy starting
  • Certical cylinder design
  • Bar and chain not assembled

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14 in. 33 cc Gas Chainsaw-DISCONTINUED is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works ok I bought this saw last year for routine tree care/maintenance. Works great if I can get it to run. It run's better now that I have it broken in, But when I first bought it, it would stall after almost every branch I cut. Now it just stalls once in awhile. My recommendation is to spend a little more on a nicer saw.
Date published: 2011-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great saw and Price One of 3 different size saws I own. Starts fantastic and runs like a champ. I use it for firewood and cutting lines and love it's light weight and reliability. I've had this saw for over 4 years and many of my friends have purchased one after using mine. Frankly I've used this saw on trees larger than the 14" bar is designed for and it's gotten the job done. Replacement bar, chains, filters are all reasonably priced.
Date published: 2012-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lil' Beast I've used a bunch of chainsaws over the years for clearing brush and removing trees. This little saw is appropriately named Wood Shark. It runs great, light weight and not awkward or bulky to hold while your cutting. I have other chainsaws that are big name brands (which are great and more expensive) but I like using this little fella to get the job done.
Date published: 2011-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great little saw for the money. A must for anyone needing a chain saw. Easily assembled right from the box. A little apprehensive about the choke and high idle set up but followed the starting instructions as written and everything worked just like they said it would. Slightly longer (handle) than my older 14" so doesn't fit the carrying case that I had built. No problem, just build another!
Date published: 2011-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good saw if you're willing to tinker I've had mine eight months now and am happy with its power and overall usability. Out of the box, though, this saw disappointed me too. It would not idle cold - you had to hold the trigger on a little until it warmed up or it would quit. Worse, it only had power if you kept it revved up to maximum RPM - if you let the chain bite too deep, it would bog down until you let it rev up again. When it did cut, the kerf curved to one side, and the saw bumped and jerked around. I took it to our local repair shop, and in about two minutes, the tech fixed all the motor problems. He twiddled the carburetor's high speed adjusting screw, richening the mixture from the factory setting. You can buy a special splined screwdriver to do this yourself if you're familiar with tuning chainsaws, but leave it to a pro if you're not, as you can burn up the motor in seconds if you misadjust it. He recommended replacing the original skip-tooth chain with a full complement chain, and now it cuts like a champ, with plenty of power at various RPMs and very smoothly. Still, because it lacks the anti-vibe feature, if you use it for a couple of hours continuously, you'll feel the buzzing in your fingers afterwards. The saw runs very clean - no visible smoke, and after bucking 4 cords of wood and felling about 30 trees, there are no carbon deposits on the spark screen. As for the reviewer whose fuel pickup tube disintegrated, that's more likely due to bad gas than it is Poulan's fault - the same thing happened to my Husqvarna 55, twice. Lots of people recommend running ethanol-free gasoline if you can find it, to prevent fuel system component damage.
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage Not happy with this product at all. Cheap construction using plastic parts in critical areas such as chain and bar tension adjustment. A complete waste of money.
Date published: 2013-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pure Garbage Used it twice, harder to start each time until the 3rd use when it won't start at all. Pull string hangs up after a fraction of the cord is pulled. On the off chance you can get the engine to cycle it fizzes out. Not worth the box it was shipped in, avoid at all cost.
Date published: 2011-12-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Spend more for a better saw Bought saw just for light work around the yard. Used it only 3 times and then the saw quit- it appears that clutch flywheel froze. Hard to start- pull cord would bind up and it would not idle properly. Since it was out of warranty not worth fixing. I bought an Echo as a replacement.
Date published: 2012-09-21
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