Thank you for your question. The EA7900PRZ2 79 cc Chain Saw, Power Head Only has a full wrap handle while EA7901PRZ1 79 cc Chain Saw, Power Head Only has a heated handle.
Thank you for your question. The EA7900PRZ2 79 cc Chain Saw, Power Head Only is equipped with Full Wrap Handle. Please see EA7900PRZ1 79 cc Chain Saw, Power Head Only which is equipped with standard handle.
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I've used this saw twice. Once up at about 6400 ft and I'm sorry to say it ran like garbage. WAY to rich out of the box. The second time was at about 1400 ft. Even there it was still rich and would not run clean. After a quick adjustment of the H needle on the carb though I am very happy with its performance. Running a 118 link chisel chain on a 37" Oregon reduced weight bar. Nice balance and worked amazing for bucking about 60' of a a downed digger pine that was around 40" on the stump. For anyone that wants to know the H needle is a "single D".
Thank you for your question. Please see page 26 of the included instruction manual for important information regarding carburetor adjustments using the adjusting screw to the EA7900PRZ2 79 cc Chain Saw.
Thank you for your question. Yes, the EA7900PRZ2 79 cc Chain Saw does use a D009 mount.
Thank you for your questions. The EA7900PRZ2 79 cc Chain Saw is equipped with a decompression valve which reduces force required for starting.
Thank you for your question. The EA7900PRZ2 79 cc Chain Saw is made in Germany.
Thank you for your question. The EA7900PRZ2 79 cc Chain Saw, heavy-duty filter, full-wrap handle (Power Head Only) will accept bars with a 3/8" pitch.
I read it doesnt come with a chain or bar.. Says, "Maximum bar recommended" which is? 20? 18? Can it use different lengths and if so what is the range?