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Poulan Pro

Gas Chainsaw, 50cc, 20-In.,

Gas Chainsaw, 50cc, 20-In., is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 86.
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$230.00
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Model #
PR5020 967061501
Item #
144037

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Description
Poulan pro, 20" gas chainsaw, 3.1 cuin, 50cc, 2 cycle engine, effortless pull start system, automatic oiler, reduced vibration handle, dual post chain brake for better safety & easier for use on left hand side, super clean & tool less air filter system, aluminum professional style clutch for more durability, on board locking scrunch holder in rear handle, carrying case included, fully assembled, shipped in pairs, replacement chain is Oregon #d72 TV #733-664 & only fits Oregon bar, 2 year warranty.
  • 20" Gas Chainsaw
  • 50cc 2-Cycle Engine
  • Automatic Oiler
  • Chain Brake
  • Carry Case
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 144037
Weight 23.6000
UPC 00024761039208
Country of Origin CN
Package Width 13.0
Package Length 37.5
Package Height 12.0
Model Number PR5020 967061501
Brand Poulan Pro
Manufacturer Name POULAN/WEED EATER
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw for the money I bought this saw to clear a large plot of land that is heavily wooded with pine and hardwood. I've only done the recommended maintenance. After engine break in, the power increased noticeably. It has been a reliable, easy to start and operate saw with solid performance. In my opinion, it is well worth the money andI highly recommend it for home/farm use.
Date published: 2020-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needed longer blade and more power Had an 18 inch Poulan and it had served me well for several years.
Date published: 2020-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good price all else bad Dies after motor gets hot. Won’t restart until cooled down. Took it in for warranty service and the guy said he fixed something but it’s not much better. Older, cheaper Poulan is much better. Had it for years with no problems
Date published: 2020-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One Great Year of Cutting with a Poulan Pro PR5020 I bought this chainsaw over a year ago and spent the summer and fall cutting down 50-ft trees and then slicing them up, some 24" in diameter. Out of the box, this chainsaw has never failed to start, has never given me any trouble at all. Plenty of power for 20-inch bar. I have been through several chains, Oregon D70 or E70 chains fit the original bar, I prefer an E70 chain, which is slightly more agressive. Here is what I found, and also my advice: POULAN CHAINSAW TIPS Use ONLY zero-ethanol fuel, SUMMER GAS, save some for winter. SUMMER gas is high quality and stores well; winter gas is low-quality and loaded with BUTANE, which soon evaporates and leaves you with GUNK. Never store winter gasoline. Buy pre-mixed fuel/oil if you have no summer gas with zero ethanol. You can push the prime button 10 times, or any number of times, you will NOT flood it; it builds tank pressure. Mix Poulan 2-cycle oil at 25:1 ratio if you want your pistons, rings and cylinder to LAST a LONG, LONG time. When starting a COLD chainsaw, after you push in the chainsaw choke to the first stop, or even all the way, hit the throttle with a series of QUICK JABS, VROOM, VROOM, don't try to hold it open, or it will usually STALL and die. When the chain is broken in, the bar will lengthen as it get hot, more than the chain will get longer and looser, so if you set the chain sag when cold with little slack, it will be too tight when bar and chain get hot in sustained cutting. Lift UP on the top of the chain to hold the bar tip up when tightening the nuts holding the bar and don't overtighten; that is why the scrench is short. When the saw cools down, you may not be able to loosen them without a socket wrench. Adjust the CHAIN OIL FLOW on the chainsaw to suit your preference; for me, oil is cheaper than chains and bars. POULAN PRO PR5020 CHAINSAW CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT First, make sure the air cleaner is not plugged. Adjust the L idle and H high-speed jets if necessary, using tools designed for this purpose and available at most stores than sell chainsaws. First a few words on 4-stroking. Four-stroking is a normal condition of two-stroke engines where combustion occurs every four strokes or more, rather than every two, or every other revolution instead of every revolution. Four stroking will occur in a correctly adjusted two stroke engine at full throttle without load when the air-fuel mixture becomes overly rich and prevents the engine from running faster. Generally, these adjustments are best done with a tachometer, if you have one. Lightly seat the "L" needle, which is LOW-speed Idle needle, and back out 1 1/2 turn. Then lightly seat the "H" (High Speed) needle and back our 2 turns. If you have a tachometer, then have the saw set by Tachometer to idle 2800 - 3400 RPM and at wide open throttle to 12000 - 12500 RPM. Without a tachometer, you can still set the chainsaw to run perfectly if you use this method: Turn both jet screws CW to stops (lightly,gently), then back EACH out 1-1/2 turns CCW. This is a basic setting and should allow the engine to start and run. When the engine is warmed up, pull the throttle full on and adjust H (High Speed) jet needle CW until the engine starts to speed up, but still 4-stroking. Correct adjustment is when the engine 4-strokes running free, but immediately changes to 2-stroke when cutting. Release the throttle and allow to idle. Turn the L jet needle CW until the engine idles fairly well, but the engine should 'follow the throttle'. If it tends to 'gasp' when pulling the throttle, then you have gone too far. Idle speed screw should be set so that the chain doesn't try to turn, but the engine continues to idle. Chain must be stopped when IDLING! Happy Sawing!
Date published: 2020-04-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Powerful, affordable and durable. I got one of these for free from an arborist buddy whose client said it didn't start well. Rich folks...lol. New plug and fresh fuel and its golden. The stock chain is garbage and I dont need 20 inch bar, so I put an Oregon 16inch bar and chain on and this improved the weight and balance and it's a total workhouse. I'm in the middle of filling a 3.5 cord wood shed and this has ripped through red oak quite well. For the price on the chain and bar replacement, I would have bought a stihl or husky....but if you can get a used one and upgrade the chain, you're laughing.
Date published: 2020-04-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Most frustrating piece of equipment I've ever owne Bought the 5020av in 2016, used it one season and it was excellent. In 2017 I could not get it to start despite following standard practice (I also own Stihl equipment that runs great). Poulan replaced it and I used the replacement a couple times in Fall and Winter 2018 and for 2 days in Spring 2019. Just had it out 2 days ago, it worked for 20 minutes and will now not idle or run and is leaking oil like a sieve. I've performed every recommended step out there, idle adjust, spark arrester clean, spark plug gap, air filter clean fresh fuel, fuel line inspection. Nothing obviously wrong. I'll never buy another Poulan product. My Stihl starts every time and works as expected.
Date published: 2020-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome saw for the money!!!! I just bought this saw. After reading some reviews and watching some videos, i decided to purchase. THIS THING IS AWESOME!!! However, the 1st thing you need to do is check your spark plug gap!!!! Mine was .016" and it is supposed to be .025" to .030". If you dont fix this, it will start but WILL NOT START HOT! I tried mine before checking and sure enough, it had issues not starting with one pull and if i did get it started, it would cut a log or two fine, but if i shut if off, it would not fire again. If you dont know how to check spark plug gap, google it or if you cant do that, then you have no business owning a chainsaw or any motorized item of any sort. This thing has both an Oregon bar and chain and also has Husqavarna parts including the spark plug. I am very pleased with how this thing cuts and am very happy with the purchase. It does leak bar oil. Put a rag in the bottom of your case and forget about it. It is better to leak a bit than not oil at all. Stihls do the same thing and so do other high end saws. You can also verify the air filter and how it seals and also how to modify the exhaust to get even more power for this saw. Both videos can be found on youtube. There is even a video on how to check the spark plug gap on this saw if you look hard enough! BUY THIS SAW! YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!!! Unless you don't check the spark plug gap! HAHA!!
Date published: 2020-04-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Runs great, if you can get it started . . . I bought this saw less than a week ago to cut a 48" inch oak on the edge of my property, after going through several rounds of fuel, with the saw doing what saws do. I go to start it and the pull cord, is all the way out and won't retract. MIND YOU, this is DAY ONE of purchase, INSTANTANEOUSLY, i am disgusted, with the poor craftsmanship. Nonetheless i remove the pull start cover and spend FIVE HOURS!! , RECOILING THE SPRING, myself having it slip out of my device and go boing 1001+ times before i get everything properly assembled and in working order. So after a few days, i decide to give it a go. VROOM! this baby is ready to rip! Sadly, in the midst of operation the spring gives up, the pull cord is trailing behind my and the vine covered tree complex i just butchered lay in half the road, as i cut through the final tree, it falls a tooth gets pinched and the saw stalls. As i am used to my luck, at this stage of my life, i was forced to rely on ole reliable my estwing axe. Now i have bought an entire replacement kit and springs, we shall see what is the terminal factor is.
Date published: 2020-04-04
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