Vintage world's first electric start cheinsaw

The saw actually had it's own small battery-pack on-board with a charging system under the flywheel.

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+3 1. ZaMpTi commented 6 years ago

mhh Okay, less chainsaw fail videos I guess :|
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+3 2. yorfo commented 6 years ago

more weight, not cool
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-5 3. dvandok commented 6 years ago

two stroke engine, even more uncool.
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+9 4. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#3 I hate to break it to you but all chainsaws are 2 stroke because they put out more
power for their weight than a 4 stroke engine.
This saw with electric start was still considered "lightweight" compared to
all the heavy monsters that had been available in the years before.
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+6 5. tomthecabinboy commented 6 years ago

Have you notice the motor housing has inbuilt Gmail?
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+3 6. sunnydaze4me commented 6 years ago

Back in the day McCulloch chainsaws were the best.
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-3 7. dvandok commented 6 years ago

#4. No, there are also electric chainsaws (although not as powerful). OK, this thing came from 1967. The entire two stroke concept has been plaguing us for years because there's no economic incentive to improve on it. Even today they sell these infernal, noisy, polluting machines on all kinds of devices, from bikes to leaf blowers to lawn mowers. Can't stand them. Sorry.
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0 8. Itsme78 commented 6 years ago

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+4 9. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#7 So how do you go out in the woods to get firewood; with a half mile of extension cord for your quiet electric saw.
2 strokes have improved quite a bit from the old days actually. They are starting to use fuel injection instead of
carburetors and the gas/oil ratios are getting much leaner as the additive packages for 2 stroke oil have gotten
better.
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-2 10. braveheart2052 commented 6 years ago

how lazy do we want to get ?