redmax gz3500t ??????

Discussion in 'Tree Service Equipment' started by Guest, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. Guest

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    I'm a husky fan myself. Never have run a RedMax but I think Husqvarna owns RedMax now.
     
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    Might not do much good on that saw since the flight from the bucket.
     
  3. Guest

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    Hey LazyIke, did you get that new Stihl? What model?
     
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    Anyone using this saw???? Bought a couple of them a little while ago because I love their trimmers. At first they screamed and cut great then after about 10 hrs. they quit running and hard to start, they have been to the shop countless times. Their suggestions was to use redmax oil, premium gas, get carbs adjusted. Everytime I get them back they run great for a couple of hours then craps out again (carb adjustment) Well as of yesterday I have one less as I threw it out of the boom truck. I am going to buy stihl tommrow. I should have known better.
     
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    Got a couple 200t and one echo cs-360t
     
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    ;) first thing I did. I like these echo saws have had many of them. I refer to them as throw away's ( great bucket saw and inexpensive) Thanks Steve:waving:
     
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    Check for a clogged muffler screen. Steve
     
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    I think he still has 1 left. Steve
     
  9. Guest

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    You need to pull the limter caps off that cs360 and give it more fuel, most are set to lean as they come and are boogy and could burn up. If you really want some power open the muff up. 200t's are good saws and run good as they come. Steve
     
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    Why did you buy an echo
     

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