Homelite Gas Chain Saws - Your Choice

Homelite Gas Chain Saws - Your Choice
Price: $69.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Homelite Gas Chain Saws - Your Choice
Price: $69.99 - 79.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Wednesday, Dec 25 to Monday, Dec 30) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned


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Homelite points us to warranty info and some safety tips

This would have been nice to use for carving the Christmas Turkey and Ham…

I bought one of these saws the last time it was offered (last Fall) and I tell you with confidence that the machine and the people at Homelite are a treat to work with. The saw came with out a chain and bar (maybe someone working on the line had a fight with his or her spouse the night before and didn’t have a complete grasp of the job that day). Not a problem, as a quick telephone call on Homelite’s 800 line got me several apologies and a new bar and chain the next day. In the meantime I used the bar and chain from my 18 year old Homelite (still runs) and the new machine started in 2 pulls.

My machine came to me looking BRAND NEW with absolutely no signs of wear, no scratches or chips and no dirt, oil or grease on it. It looked as good, if not better than some brand new machines I’ve purchased in the past.

You will love this machine even though it is refurbished. Take care of it by removing all gas from the tank when you put it away and it will serve you for many years to come. You may also want to buy a chain sharpener which will save a lot of money, as new chains are not cheap.

Get out video camera, Bobbie Jean. It’s home movie time!

Bought the 18" a few months ago,works great worth the money.

Just for fun about once a month I go out on my deck at about 2 AM, laugh hysterically for a few second and start the saw,shut it down, laugh loudly again and go to bed. The neighbors give me plenty of room.

The chain is on backwards! Please don’t buy it that way if you don’t have experience running a saw!

Heh, someone in the photo studio (maybe ours) didn’t read the instructions.

Doesn’t that mean you just start from the bottom of the limb instead? :tongue:

That would mean your cutting towards your face and chest. DO NOT WANT!

Thunder we love you but please stay away from the power tools :slight_smile:

This is a good deal. These are not great saws but this is a great price. Never put it away with gas in it. Always run it dry. If you need heavy duty cutting buy a better saw, if you just need the occasional job it will be fine.

Bought one the last time around, and I can tell you this is a no-brainer. Starts up easy, works better than my other saw (which cost three times as much). One tip - buy a few lock washers for the nuts that hold the bar on. Mine vibrated off the first time I used it, but the washers took care of it.

I worked for Homelite for 16 years, as an industrial engineer, making the sawchain and guidebars. Long story…
Anyway, one day, this wild looking dude came storming into the front lobby with a nice new Homelite chainsaw. He was totally bumbed, saying, this chainsaw don’t cut worth a toot! I tried and I tried, and I just can’t get this durn thang to cuttin’! I stepped-up to the plate, and took a look at it. Except for a few fresh scuff marks, it looked brand new. I said, well, let me see… and I pumped the primer bulb a few times, pulled the choke, and gave it a crank. It coughed a little, and almost started on that first pull!
The dude said, “What the heck did you just do, and what the heck was that sound?!?”

warranty and safety tips are for homelite generator