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McCulloch Chainsaws

McCulloch chainsaws were once the power tool of choice. Although many models are now difficult to find, the high quality chainsaws really have stood the test of time. Modern models of the classic chainsaw can comfortably handle a wide variety backyard maintenance jobs.

Different Types Of McCulloch Chainsaws

Petrol McCulloch chainsaws typically boast a fuel tank capacity of 0.3L and a maximum power speed of 9000RPM. The 40cc McCulloch chainsaws feature a top handle for accurate pressure and precision cutting and pruning. The soft start, purge and combined choke and stop controls increases reliability and minimizes the risk of engine flooding. Oxy Power engine technology means better fuel efficiency and lower emissions. The double activated chain brake also increases safety.

McCulloch 320 Power Mac chainsaws remain a popular choice with DIY enthusiasts who appreciate high quality craftsmanship that features low sound pressure. Older 100cc models still provide good compression in mint condition.

Many types of the distinctive yellow retro McCulloch chainsaws are now very hard to come by. Whether you're looking for a McCulloch chainsaw to use for tougher garden jobs, or are interested in collecting the sought after power tools, you will find a ripper selection on eBay.

Accessories For Vintage McCulloch Chainsaws

Amongst the collectable McCulloch chainsaw accessories on eBay, you will find quality combo 49 links chain and 6mm mount McCulloch chainsaw bars, talon edger blades, genuine owner manuals and a CP70 illustrated parts list dating back to 1969.

Highly collectable vintage McCulloch chainsaws complement other working chainsaws in any collection. The power tool features authentic wear and tear markings and distressed paintwork for added appeal. If you collect individual pieces of the power tools, you'll find used side housings, ignition coils, rear handles, part engine cylinders and part air filter top covers to get your motor running.

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