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Ryobi 20 in. 46cc Gas Chainsaw
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Ryobi

20 in. 46cc Gas Chainsaw

$179.00 /each

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The Ryobi 20 in. Gas 46cc Chainsaw is designed for aggressive cutting and ultimate control, and features a large 20 in. bar and chain with an automatic oiler for smooth, uninterrupted operation. The 46cc 2-Cycle engine provides reliable performance time after time, and the anti-vibe handle reduces fatigue to help you get the job done fast. The side-access chain tensioning and replacement make adjustments quick and easy.

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  • 20 in. bar with a 3/8 in. pitch and a full compliment chain for great cutting performance
  • 46cc, 2-cycle gasoline engine generates great cutting power
  • 3-point vibration isolation for operator comfort and reduced fatigue
  • Inertia-activated chain brake
  • Safe-T-tip helps prevent rotational kickback
  • Side access tensioning for easy adjustments
  • Automatic bar and chain oiler for smooth operation
  • Heavy-duty carry case included

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is the safe-t tip removable

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mi
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October 4, 2015
will i be able to remove the safe-t feature when necessary ? i know from experience that it (safe-t tip) can bind up when cutting though larger trees. so i would like to have this option.
or does ryobi possibly sell a 18"/20" bar that dosent have the safe-t tip?

i own a large assortment of the one+ tools, some from the start it & some from the newer lithium ion line(drill,saw,sawzall,fans, weedwhip, spotlights,flashlight, sander, little vacuum, bigger shopvac/blower,10"chainsaw,jigsaw,caulkgun all work great. the ole style impact driver took unbelievable amounts of abuse (metal roofing) before it started getting touchy and needed to be retired for a new green one working on abusing that one now.
the little radios don't take abuse so well tho, just bought like my 4th/5th but this is the first green one
purchased the Ryobi 2-Cycle 25cc Gas Full Crank Straight Shaft String Trimmer I've had no issues with that all season and again i am not easy on my tools so i know what i can expect from a ryobi tool

thanks for your time and your tools & please say yes
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October 22, 2016
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Yes, but I wouldn't recommend it.
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March 14, 2016
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Yes, First thing I did was to take it off. Beware of kickback
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March 8, 2016
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Easy to remove, but it is a safety device.
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January 3, 2016
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Yes you can remove the tip. The manual will even tell you that you can. It is necessary if you are using a wedge or performing larger cuts sometimes. Just put it back on after for safety.
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October 5, 2015
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Hello Turtle. No you cannot remove the safety tip. Do not attempt to modify this product or create
accessories not recommended for use with this product. Any such alteration or modification is misuse and could result in a hazardous condition leading to possible serious personal injury! Thanks for your interest in the Ryobi product line.
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What replacement Chain does it use?

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Pittsburgh
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April 12, 2015
I am going to buy this saw, and I know I will need chains, home depot sells alot, which one fits?
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March 14, 2016
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Oregon H78
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March 8, 2016
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I purchased a PowerCare 20 inch chain with B78 drive links from Home Depot.
Power Care
Model # CL-25078PC2
Internet # 203555685
Store SKU # 462742
20 in. B78 Semi Chisel Saw Chain
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January 3, 2016
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Mine fell off :D
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April 15, 2015
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Thank you for choosing RYOBI! Please see the chain specifications below.

  • 20 in.

  • 78 link

  • 0.0325 pitch

  • .05 in. chain guage


Although you can choose from a variety that meet these specifications, you can find this bar and chain in most Home Depot stores.
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is the fuel tank replaceable or not mine started leaking the other day front the bottom it looks like

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October 2, 2016
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Parts can be ordered through the manufacture.
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could nto keep chain in it leak out when not in use oiher words it work fine
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To adjust the idle screw, what shape screwdriver is used?

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A Phillips screwdriver turning clockwise will increase the idle.
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August 1, 2016
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The adjustment screw is actually not available to the public, our Authorized Service Center are the only ones that have access to those.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 148 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I purchased this saw at home depot, would not start. I returned the saw for an exchange . The new saw started and ran for about two pick-up loads of wood, then died and would not restart. The saw has spark but will not start. I'm going to try a hotter spark plug, because the saw is no good the way it is now. I suggest you buy a name brand saw . A saw should work when you need it. October 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great chain saw! I had reservations about this saw but bought it anyway. I'm glad I did. I have a cabin in the Redwoods in California and don't want to pay $400 for a cord of firewood when there's fallen trees around. It performes much better than I expected for a lower priced saw. There's an idle adjustment and an auto oiler for the chain. Love this thing! October 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Have not had any problems so far. Started it about 5 different times with no problems. Easily cut the tree up. October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Chainsaw For The Money The chainsaw started with no problems, ran well with no additional adjustments, and made short work of a large diameter tree which landed on my garage roof during a windstorm. For my occasional use, this saw does the job and the price was right. Given the need, I would do it again. September 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi saw Work reel well for me it did the the job in half the time grate saw August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by maybe i just bought a 20in 46cc chain used one time but leaks bar oil like crazy put oil in and put back in case leaked out about half tank of oil before i used it other words no complaint. August 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Piece of junk I would strongly recommend you avoid this saw. I've had two go bad, one out of the box. Here's the story. My wife actually bought the first one. She didn't tell me about it, but she thought we needed to have one around for hurricane season, so she bought it and stashed it away. We had a small tree fall down and we needed to cut it up, so she brought it out. Cool, I thought, so proceeded to cut up the tree. Maybe two hours work. Near the end, it suddenly stopped and wouldn't start again. Took it to a repair place. They called back a few weeks later with it fixed - engine blew. But they had submitted it for a warranty claim and to Ryobi's credit, they were sending a new one. So I kept the new one and the dealer kept the repaired one. Fast forward four years - I don't really have need for a chainsaw. But we moved to a wooded lot and now I do. So with much trepidation I took the saw out of the box today. The repair place told me to run 40:1 rather than the recommended 50:1, said Ryobi had many similar problems on their saws. So I mixed and fueled up, added chain lube, and tried to start it up. Won't run. In fact, it doesn't seem to turn over when I pull the start cord. Feels like something mechanical inside, either the starter or engine. So I'm out of warranty and out of luck, even though this saw just came out of the box. What a total waste of money and time. Don't buy a Ryobi chainsaw, ever. August 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works very well I have a 40cc model with a 18" bar. I have had it 10 years. Keep good gas and bar oil in it and it just goes. This weekend I had to fall 3 trees. The biggest was 24" in diameter. The chain smoked but the motor just ran. Considering it cost me $89, I am very pleased with it and had to share this. July 31, 2016
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