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McCulloch CS400T

McCulloch CS400T

3.4 from 13 reviews · View Statistics

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Heap of scrap

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My shoulder was sore for a week trying to start this heap of junk. Went good for 6 months then nothing but trouble. Stay away from this heap of scrap. It is not even good for scrap metal.

Purchased for $250.00.

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Klaudija

KlaudijaGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

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Terrible..waste of money...get a Husqvarna for same price..

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Absolute crap...does not run for more than 20 min. It over heats.chainsaw is 6 months old. Had less than 2 hours use, then wouldn't start. Paid $110 for a useless service.. starts, if you can get it to, then stops.
Need to leave it for 1 hour before attempting again...
Lucky this one is not mine. I borrowed it.
I had one previously. Different model same issue... all rubbish in my opinion.. not even suitable for kindling..

Purchased in March 2019 at Bunnings Warehouse for $400.00.

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What fuel do I use?

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What fuel do I use?

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Details

CategoryPetrol Chainsaws
Price (RRP) $299.00
Use Pruning and Small tree felling, trimming, and cross-cutting
Bar Length45 cm
FeaturesAnti-Vibration System and Quick / Easy Start
Weight5.5 kg
Noise Level 113 dB
Power (kW)9,000 kW
Power (HP)1.5 HP
Engine Displacement40 cc
Fuel Tank Capacity300 mL

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