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The McCulloch Chainsaw

Founded in 1943 by Robert McCulloch, this company was the first to introduce American one-man chainsaws.
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Anti-Vibration
Advanced anti-vibration system.
The saw handles are isolated from the engine and cutting attachment, which minimises vibration.
The history of McCulloch spans over 60 years. In 1943, business man Robert McCulloch founded a company called McCulloch Motors Corporation. After a few years the company moved from Wisconsin to California, where McCulloch Motors produced its first chain saw, a two-man model named 5-49...

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Auto-Choke
Auto-Choke
The choke resets when you push the throttle.
chain Brake
Double-acting chain brake
In the event of kickback the chain brake is activated and stops the chain, whether the bar is horizontal or vertical.
EcoBoost
EcoBoost
A patent technology that reduces harmful emissions, lowers the fuel consumption and gives you more power.
Ergonomics
Ergonomic design
The rear handle is ergonomically shaped and all the controls are grouped within easy reach.
Soft Start
Soft Start
Makes it easier to start. Reduces the resistance in the starter cord by up to 40%
Tool-less Chain Tensioner
Tool-less chain tensioner
You set the tension by simply turning a knob. Also useful when replacing the chain, as there is no need for tools.
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