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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Eddie B, Sep 5, 2005.
Yes, a great deal until you need service, or parts.
they cover the product for a lifetime... this is a backup anyhows so I could care less
quote\they cover the product for a lifetime.../quote. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
put a 14" bar on that and it goes from crap to average homeowner. and it only covers hand tools, not power equipment, for life.
There is no such thing as a "lifetime" warranty on their power equipment. If the salesman told you that, he is not telling the truth.
It probably weighs a ton.
alrighty... back when I was a kid pushin the 21" for money, I had a crapsman trimmer. A year later the head fell apart and I wasn't satisfied. They handed me a new trimmer, a model of my choice.
I'll repeat myself... this is a backup. If i'm out on a job and bend a bar or something, I can grab this chainsaw and be up and running in about 2 minutes and continue. It was 98 bucks, folks.
Your working to hard if your referring back when you were a kid at the age of 19. None the less, that thing was worth the amount you paid for it. I wouldn't trade my Stihl for it, but you got a decent deal.
I would of picked it up. Great deal, and could come in handy if need be in an emergency.