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Baumr-AG 24" Easy Start 92cc Petrol SX92

Baumr-AG 24" Easy Start 92cc Petrol SX92

3.3 from 8 reviews

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Mike

Mike

  • 2 reviews

Fire Hazard

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The way the exhaust comes out in front of the saw it puts hot gas straight on to the wood and bark,i had it caught fire on several occasions,which can be dangerous in dry grass ,around the cutting area.

Purchased in September 2018.

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Trert

TrertSydney

  • 5 reviews

Dangerous fire hazard

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Date PurchasedNov 2018
Johnsp

Johnsp

  • 2 reviews

Good mill saw

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We are a Husky house when it comes to our chainsaws, but needed a big unit to mill some big logs on the property. This a great saw for an Alaskan Mill or similar. Does the job and didn't cost much. The only downside is the initial setup and tweaking that is required to get it running along with the regular maintenance. Buy it for what it is and not instead of a name brand. There is a big difference.

Mhowell

MhowellNorth-West & West coast, TAS

  • 13 reviews
  • 2 likes

Oversize chainsaw

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Mhowell
Mhowell

The only thing I can think of is the bar oil pump is not working this was a problem on my second sx82 but cost less than $10 to get a replacement pump and fit.


Aleks

AleksNewcastle

Lot's of power, lot's of maintenance & good value for money

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Absolute beast of a chainsaw for the price.

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Rocket 100

Rocket 100Victoria, Australia

  • 3 reviews
  • 4 likes

great saw for the money

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Rocket 100
Rocket 100

Over 10 tanks of fuel through it and still going strong.

Rocket 100
Rocket 100

25 tanks and still going.


Scott

ScottGreat Southern, WA

  • 11 reviews
  • 12 likes

Baumr-ag sx92cc big saw for little money

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Questions & Answers

David M.

David M.asked

Is it actually 92cc as it seems to be a clone of a husky 72cc model ??

1 answer
Johnsp
Johnsp

I think you have to take their word for it. It does a good job for what it is, a cheap Chinese clone of a known brand.


Buttso

Buttsoasked

Saw is new but chain will not self oil. Any suggestions please

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Trert
Trert

If it is less than 12 months old send it back for an in warranty repair or refund.
All chain saws sold new in Australia must come with warranty unless bought from a genuine auction.
Under the saw should be an oil adjuster screw and it should have arrows & +/- on it.
There is a filter in the oil tank that can clog.
Remove the chain & bar then start the saw
You should see oil coming out the slot in the top of the bar mounting when the saw is running.
If you have a compressor then block off the oil filler with your fingers then slip an air duster into the oil tank and apply some pressure, you should see oil emerging from the lube point on the bar mounting .
The rubber pick up tubes are prone to going soft and collapsing cutting off the oil supply .
The pump itself is also prone to failure but it is fairly simple job to replace it .
Tedious cause everything has to come off to get at it but no special tools required


Richard K.

Richard K.asked

file size for aSX92?

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Mhowell
Mhowell

the file size should be 3/8 the same as the chain size.


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