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Makita DCS460/38

Makita DCS460/38

MPN: DCS460/38
3.1 from 7 reviews

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Unacceptable

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Brought new one, more times back to makita than used, impossible to start. Was replaced with new one, went well for 3or4 times now have same problem with starting again. Even with fresh fuel still very hard to start. Had enough. Something needs to be sorted with this problem makita!

Date PurchasedNov 2015

Halo

HaloPerth, WA

  • 5 reviews
  • 1 like

Great Chainsaw

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Have had two of these chainsaws pruning commercial orchards. Great power for the weight. No problems at all starting. Fine using for hours on end. First one only died because it had an argument with a tractor. At least as good as any Stihl I've used and much cheaper to purchase.

Dave

Dave

  • 5 reviews
  • 3 likes

I really like this saw, when it works

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Date PurchasedJul 2014

Great saw.

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Had the saw for 5 years now and never had no problems. Starts fine, lots of power. A little heavy but it sure goes down through the wood. Buy another no problem. I've used the saw with a beam machine attachment ripping logs, lumber, beams, and even joists for a shed( 2x10x12).


Sheep

Sheep

  • 22 reviews

Great chainsaw IF it starts

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I traded my old Jonesred on this saw (HUGE mistake), when it starts (very rarely) it is a fantastic saw and punches well above its weight. You just need to have a spare hour or two before you want to use it to actually get it going.
I bought the semi-pro model as it would be cutting iron barks etc around our property, and it has no troubles cutting effortlessly thru Iron barks when it is actually going.


John peed off

John peed offCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC

Makita chain saws - sheer teeth grinding frustration.

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BIGRIG

BIGRIGwarrnambool

awesome is the only word

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Ive had this saw for 4years now and cannot fault it one bit. Ive cut at least 15 meters each year with it with minimal maintenance ( 1 new sparkplug an blow out the air filter regularly). I love this saw so much i am going to buy the 90cc model next week for the big stuff
lightweight, reliable, easy start, fuel efficient, alround awesome saw

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