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Re: Stihl chain saw chain adjusting

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Subject: Re: Stihl chain saw chain adjusting
From: "Nolan Penney" <>
Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 13:44:10 -0400
The easy start system is no mere compression release.  It's a method
where the rope pull winds up a coil spring and the coil spring spins the
engine.  The claim is that is is far easier to do, requiring less
muscle.  It's not fun yanking on the starter cord of a chainsaw, this
should make it a whole lot easier...IF the engine starts readily.

The tool free tension adjuster makes it quick and easy to adjust chain
tension.  I've wasted more time by trying to make the last cut with a
sloppy chain because I didn't want to stop and tension it.  Which
invariably has the chain jumping the track.  This system makes it a snap
to adjust the chain and keep on sawing.  It's a great system...IF it

If I were in your shoes, I'd probably spring the extra $50 to get those
two features.  With a Stihl, I'd expect them to work.
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