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Manufactured by HusqvarnaThis rugged chain saw is perfect for farmers, landowners and homeowners who cut less regularly but demand optimum performance at a reasonable price. The P4018WT WildThing is powered by a 40cc 2-cycle gas engine and is equipped with an 18 in. bar. This model comes with an automatic chain oiler, carrying case and is protected by a 1-year manufacturer warranty.FeaturesPowered by a 40cc 2-cycle gas engineChain braking system and auto chain oilerCarrying case is included1-year manufacturer warrantyIncludes40cc Gas 18 in. WildThing Chain Saw - 9528020362-Cycle OilCarrying CaseOwner's ManualSpecificationsBar Length: 18 in.CARB Compliant: Chain Gauge: 0.050 in.Chain Pitch: 3/8 in.Engine Displacement: 40ccHorsepower: No-Load Speed (RPM): Starting System: Recoil
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||30.3|
|Assembled in Country of Origin:||USA and/or Imported|
|Origin of Components:||USA and/or Imported|
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- It has the 18"(AKA 18 inches) bar, which in-turn has what they call an 18inch chain, and if you check into the Poulan chains, more then not, they tend to have a double set of chains there at Wal-Mart, so, check into those, and I have mentioned this on another question I answered, but, it is wise to get the "Dremmel tool", that is the chainsaw chain sharpener, with the diamond bits, instead of the stone bits, since the diamond bits hold their size, while the stone bits tend to easily wear down quickly, and change the size of the teeth on the chains. Btw, the Dremmel tool that I have, which is great, I bought through Home Depot, with their diamond bits(Which can ONLY buy the bits through the online page, they do not sell them in the stores.), which instead of getting 2 in the package, you actually get 3, so, I also mentioned this on their website, as well, how you get the 3, instead of 2.by undrtakr2210/1/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The chainsaw has a 91 PJ chain type.by CommunityAnswer9/16/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Ummm, most often then not, that means, there are more levels then 1, to the warranty, as in, in many cases, there are on average 3 levels(For example: 90-days/3months, 6-months, or up to a year, but always these set numbers.), hope this helped you.......by undrtakr2210/1/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Ok, to change-out the spark plugs(On cars, trucks, well, anything with a gas engine.), you have to get the right spark-plug, and get a gauge, to check the gap(Which is the open area, between the bent tip, and the cylindrical spot, where the spark is done at.), and make sure you have the correct gap, for 1 engine to the next, there will be subtle differences, and you can look up online, and even call your local engine shop, and they can find the gap size, for you, and 99% of the time, there is either a 5/8th inch deep well plug socket, or a 3/4 inch deep well socket, or a 13/16th inch deep well plug socket, for the plugs, but, usually for chainsaws, and smaller engines, it is the 5/8th inch, but not always, and make sure you have the socket straight with the spark plug, so you do not crack the porcelain casing, that holds the spark, so it goes to the right spot, and when installing a plug, you ALWAYS use the plug socket, and run it down with your fingers, NEVER with an air/electric impact wrench! You risk the chance of breaking that porcelain casing, and when it touches(As in, when you feel the seal of the plug(Which is just above the threading.) and the engine head, where the plug goes into touches), you turn the plug, 1/8th-1/2 of a turn(Depending on the engine, and material it is made of, aluminum engines, more then not, it ranges from 1/8th-1/4 turn, when it feels solid, but not stretching the threading.), to fully seat it, and it is always wise to put what is called "never sieze" or AKA "Anti-Sieze" lubricant, and only need a very thin coat on the threading, as well as a good, thin coat, for the tip, that the rubber piece(AKA the plug wire) goes over, and keeps the threads from inter-locking, and also gives a better connection from the plug wire to the spark plug, which also pro-longs the life of the spark plug, as well as the wiring, as well, and I am a professional race engine builder, so, I do have experience and knowledge, on how to do these, if you are wondering.by undrtakr2210/1/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?