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Poulan PRO 20 in. 50cc Gas Chainsaw
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Poulan PRO

20 in. 50cc Gas Chainsaw

  • Spring Assisted Starter System for Easy Starting
  • Ideal for General Property Management and Firewood Cutting
  • Super Clean Air Filter system extends Air Filter Life
$199.00 /each

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This chainsaw is ideal for general property management and firewood cutting. The 50cc, 2-cycle engine has a super clean air filter system, aluminum professional style clutch cover for durability and an automatic gear driven oil pump. No tools are needed to get to the air filter and spark plug. For comfort, the reduced vibration handle lets you use it longer and the effortless pull starting system lets you start it easier. The double post chain brake provides added safety and an on-board locking wrench holder is built into the rear handle. It comes fully assembled and includes carry case. Backed by a 2-year limited warranty.

  • 20 in. bar and full complement chain easily cuts through heavier duty materials, cuts logs up to 40 in. in diameter
  • Powerful 50cc stratified 2-stroke engine delivers powerful cutting performance and better fuel economy
  • Super clean air filter system extends the life of the air filter and reduces operator cleaning intervals
  • Double-acting chain break ensures safe operation
  • Effortless pull starting system for easier starting and reduced wear on the starter mechanism
  • Reduced vibration handle reduces operator fatigue
  • Automatic chain oiler keeps the chain running smooth
  • Tool-free access to air filter and spark plug
  • On board scrunch holder and carrying case included for convenient transporting and storage
  • Includes carrying case

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What oil mix does it use? 50:1 or 40:1

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40:1
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40:1
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Blue Ridge, GA 30513, USA
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July 4, 2016
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Just look for chain saw oil. It is formulated for it.
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You can use either mix. I think the 40:1 is better for the life of the engine. That's what I use.
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this saw takes 40;1 buy the pre mix can at first until you used it first day then use the mix your sell but if your not going to use it again don't the gas we buy has ethanol in it that will ,, it will mess up that chain saw ,, chain saws have two settings in the carb .. they run at ideal ,, and full , no slow mode so us it or not ,, if you store it empty the gas ,, its cheaper then getting it fixed ,, Read More
this saw takes 40;1 buy the pre mix can at first until you used it first day then use the mix your sell but if your not going to use it again don't the gas we buy has ethanol in it that will ,, it will mess up that chain saw ,, chain saws have two settings in the carb .. they run at ideal ,, and full , no slow mode so us it or not ,, if you store it empty the gas ,, its cheaper then getting it fixed ,, mixing oil gas is ok , if you use it every day you might have a weed eater or other 2 cycles , but most use 50;1 ,, just a thought , Read Less
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40:1
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February 25, 2016
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50:1 will work just fine.
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how dose the automatic chain oiler work

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Westminster, Co
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seems to work well!
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Lakeland, Florida
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July 21, 2015
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It feeds itself by RPM'S
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Fayetteville, nc
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The oiler is gear-driven.
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I'm not sure if you are asking how well it works, or if you are asking technically how is the oiler driven. The oiler is driven off of the crankshaft behind the drive sprocket. In my experience and other reviewers, it errs on the side of heavy oiling. I prefer this. My newer Stihls are stingy with bar oil, making the bar/chain wear more than it should when cutting wet wood.
So, I think it works well on
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I'm not sure if you are asking how well it works, or if you are asking technically how is the oiler driven. The oiler is driven off of the crankshaft behind the drive sprocket. In my experience and other reviewers, it errs on the side of heavy oiling. I prefer this. My newer Stihls are stingy with bar oil, making the bar/chain wear more than it should when cutting wet wood.
So, I think it works well on this saw. HD sells Echo bar oil for $11/gal (April 2015) so just fill 'er up when you gas up and it will run great.
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Very simply, when the reservoir has oil in it, the automatic oiler pumps lubricant onto the chain and bar to keep this cool and oiled during operation.
More specifically, the oiler runs off of the crankshaft of the engine. Whenever the engine is running, it is pumping oil. This can lead to a mess if the saw is left idling in one spot for a few minutes. I hear that some other saws have an adjustable Read More
Very simply, when the reservoir has oil in it, the automatic oiler pumps lubricant onto the chain and bar to keep this cool and oiled during operation.
More specifically, the oiler runs off of the crankshaft of the engine. Whenever the engine is running, it is pumping oil. This can lead to a mess if the saw is left idling in one spot for a few minutes. I hear that some other saws have an adjustable feature that lets you moderate the amount of oil pumped at any given time; this saw does not. Read Less
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A small pump driven by the motor pumps oil to the base of the bar where the chain pulls it down and back.
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Hi rjn619,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
There is a diaphragm pump that applies oil from the chain lubricant reservoir to the bar and chain. The port is located near the drive sprocket, under the side cover of the chain. As the chain turns, oil is deposited onto it.
This is an automatic pump that is metered as to require refilling at the same time as the fuel tank. If Read More
Hi rjn619,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
There is a diaphragm pump that applies oil from the chain lubricant reservoir to the bar and chain. The port is located near the drive sprocket, under the side cover of the chain. As the chain turns, oil is deposited onto it.
This is an automatic pump that is metered as to require refilling at the same time as the fuel tank. If your oil reservoir is still full when the fuel needs refilling, the pump is not working properly and should be addressed.
This automatic oiler will cause residual oil on the chain and bar, so oil that drips off of the saw during storage is to be expected.
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Can the chain be adjusted without tools?

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Poulon makes a little socket wrench/slotted screw driver tools that will take care of this really easy. Worth investing in
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No but it is easy to adjust
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No. You will need a wrench to loosen 2 nuts & a screwdriver to adjust the tension.
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yes it can , you just need a box wrench and a flat head screw driver
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No you need a 13mm wrench for bar nuts and a screwdriver, or the scrench that comes with the saw
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Hi Rick,
No. This chainsaw uses traditional nuts and bolts to secure the bar to the saw. A unique tool, called a Scrench is supplied with the saw, and we offer that tool separately, as well. Find it at this address:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Power-Care-13-mm-19-mm-Scrench-TS-1319PC2/203555756
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Unit starts but dies when I speed it up. (The chain saw is only a month old)

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Blue Ridge, GA 30513, USA
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August 12, 2016
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Take it back and let them fix it. The one I had did the same thing. Something is wrong with them.
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This could be the carb , or the gas filter is dirty or it some times moves in bad spot , empty all the gas buy a can of pre made gas mix 40-1 , u only need one can then you can go back to mixing it your self
It's the ethanol in the gas we buy , if it was empty when you stored it , ok , what it might be is the choke is out or the air filter is dirty ,, it happens . It only has one speed all out or idel
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This could be the carb , or the gas filter is dirty or it some times moves in bad spot , empty all the gas buy a can of pre made gas mix 40-1 , u only need one can then you can go back to mixing it your self
It's the ethanol in the gas we buy , if it was empty when you stored it , ok , what it might be is the choke is out or the air filter is dirty ,, it happens . It only has one speed all out or idel .. Don't run it slow to cut a tree it will blow up the piston rings . .. You can let off and slow up and down but don't full cut it slow ...
Other then that I got nothing else hope this help , keep cutting
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This happened to me the first day. I had to return it. From what I've read, the carburetor tends to be improperly adjusted, and perhaps bringing the unit to a repair show they can properly adjust it.
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you are likely experiencing issues with the idle settings of your saw. Take it to a Husqvarna saw shop, they will be able to give your saw the tune up it needs to run well.
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In addition to what the Husquverna Expert says, make sure that the saw is warmed up. On a 70F degree day, it takes about a minute or two of idling to be fully warmed. If not, the motor will bog when you rev it. That is normal, and any 2-stroke saw will behave like this prior to warmup. It's really not a bug, either, because you SHOULD warm it up before cutting, for the health and longevity of the Read More
In addition to what the Husquverna Expert says, make sure that the saw is warmed up. On a 70F degree day, it takes about a minute or two of idling to be fully warmed. If not, the motor will bog when you rev it. That is normal, and any 2-stroke saw will behave like this prior to warmup. It's really not a bug, either, because you SHOULD warm it up before cutting, for the health and longevity of the motor.
At the risk of stating the obvious, make sure that your choke is off (blue lever all the way in) before trying to rev it up. I'll second the fresh gas comment, too. Gasoline is not what it used to be, and it goes stale faster now. I buy the canned pre-mix gas (At $6/qt). Expensive, but worth it. If you have a lot of cutting to do, buy the premix for your first and last tank of the day, and cut most of the day on your own mix. But be sure to start on pre-mix, and leave only pre-mix in the tank when you put the saw away.
Failing the above advice, then, yes, the carb may need a simple mixture screw adjustment. Mine was perfect out of the box. I am at Sea-level (which makes a big difference). Higher altitude requires a leaner mixture setting.
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June 5, 2015
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It sounds like it may need a carburetor adjustment or it may be flooded. You may also make sure you are using fresh gas. If you require service you can go to the Poulan Pro website to locate a warranty service center in your local area.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 164 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great chain saw for the money. Starts easily, Cuts great, clean, seems durable. I recommend this chain saw Came preassembled with enough oil mix for 1 gallon of gas. You need to buy your own bar and chain oil. The chain saw started up great and ran strong. If you follow the starting directions the thing starts up perfectly. I did have to adjust up the chain tension a few times so far in 2 days of use but that is to be expected. The chain is defiantly duller than when I first got it but I feel as though I cut a reasonable amount of wood before the chain started to show any signs of dulling. Will have to look into sharping it. The 20 inch bar is pretty long and was plenty long for everything I have to cut. It did fell and buck some pretty large tress 10-18 inches in diameter. The carrying case is great. Runs very clean with very little smoke. There is a little more smoke when you open her up to go through something large but that is totally expected. It starts to get a little heavy with a lot of use but I think this is due mainly to the size. The anti-vibe handles work great as you feel very little vibration while your using it. The chain tension is pretty easy to adjust if you follow the directions the first time. I would highly recommend this saw. July 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good chainsaw works hard after long time kept right on running . October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Windfall This is the little chainsaw that could. Hurricane Matthew knocked down a few live oak trees in my backyard, some up to 18" in diameter, and this saw death with all of them. Now my family and neighbors are asking to borrow it. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pulan Pro 20 in chain saw had bought it used to cut a 75 ft oak, strong but i had to return twice they stop running , but i know what the problem is its not tuned good , and you cant buy the tool, so this time i bought the 2 year home depot warranty so if its going to have the same issue they can adjust the carbs at the store , realy!! Husquvarna , i love your stuff but if your going start not checking the guilty control don,t sell it ,, , i bought it because i know thats its a husquvarna in a pulan pro make up ,, over all its a tough chainsaw ,, i like still but it needs to come with a carb tool ,, i dont recommend this to a pro , but if your like me and need lots of power ones in a wile its good , get the higher end lighter stuff , but i like a bang for my buck .. this has got it ,,, April 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't do it! The only good thing I can say is that this saw runs good with the ethanol free gas and 40:1 oil mix. Starting was not a problem either. The problem is the clutch cover and chain brake lever have plastic parts and my clutch brake jammed up which threw the chain and long story short, there was damage to the cheap plastic parts in clutch cover, so this is going back. It held up for 1 and 1/2 tanks of fuel before it broke. This is the 5th chainsaw I have owned over the years and turned out to be the worst. I have been cutting wood to heat my home for 25 years. September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good chainsaw for the price. Cut up a 40 inch poplar tree, used the saw for about 6 hours and it ran great September 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to start Worked good for about 5 hours then it would't crank. Poured out the gas and let it dry out. Replaced gas and it was fine. October 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Runs out perfect I don't think you could find better value for the money.... It starts easy enough, its relatively lightweight and it cuts really well. October 5, 2016
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