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Good choice on the 4300 I paid more for mine as price used to be higher.

 

 

 

Theres being a thread about  the same saw (dolmar version) before:

 

I got it witth a tin box

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Used the Aldi saw to ring up some 18” ash yesterday, pleased to say it did the business.

Incidentally, I ran it until empty of fuel (deliberately) as this was probably the only work it will do before next spring and I didn’t want to leave fuel in the tank / carb. Any suggestions on anything else to do to help avoid the carb gumming up with crud?

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7 hours ago, djbobbins said:

Used the Aldi saw to ring up some 18” ash yesterday, pleased to say it did the business.

Incidentally, I ran it until empty of fuel (deliberately) as this was probably the only work it will do before next spring and I didn’t want to leave fuel in the tank / carb. Any suggestions on anything else to do to help avoid the carb gumming up with crud?

If you're using the saw domestically/seasonably only why not run it on Aspen?  No need to run it dry and its better for the environment/your health!

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