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    Old chainsaw literature

    Came across this old one pager for my Dads old 60S chainsaw. I swear he never threw anything away.







    Iíve used it some and it has awesome old school power. Lower RPM. But the thing sure ainít light.

    I prefer both my newer 026 and 038.


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    Really cool, thanks!
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    1025R FILB, vintage: 2015
    54D MM mowing deck
    Imatch hitch
    2 inch receiver for three point
    "18" cart
    Piranha Tooth Bar
    Ken's hooks and differential lock pedal
    Artillian 36" forks
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    I think the guy in the photo is Japanese. Not that it has anything to do with it, but if your selling the saw here in the states, wouldn't you use an American.

    Trust me he's Japanese. His hardhat is a give way. Have only seen that style being used in the Youkooska ship yards in JujitsuVille. That's gotta be Mt. Fuji in the background.
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    Well from what I understand the 60s was one of the first saws echo imported into the states. Iíll give them credit. They know how to build a saw. After sitting for years and putting some gas in with the old gas it started right up.


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    1025R FILB, vintage: 2015
    54D MM mowing deck
    Imatch hitch
    2 inch receiver for three point
    "18" cart
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    Ken's hooks and differential lock pedal
    Artillian 36" forks
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    My FIL has had a tree service business for over 40 years and still has a couple small Echo trim saws mixed in his fleet of commercial Husky's.
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