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Title: Poulan 4400 4900 5400 manual
Post by: Cut4fun . on January 30, 2013, 12:58:47 pm
Poulan 4400 4900 5400 user owners manual

http://www.manualslib.com/manual/132590/Poulan-4400.html#manual
Title: Re: Poulan 4400 4900 5400 manual
Post by: Eccentric on February 03, 2013, 03:01:46 am
Cool!  I have a nice 4900 and a 'project' 4200 on the way.:D
Title: Re: Poulan 4400 4900 5400 manual
Post by: ms460woodchuck on February 03, 2013, 11:42:39 am
 I'm waiting on a nice 4400 myself...crappy part is I've owned one before and let it go along with the 5400, 8500 and so on. MAN I SHOULD HAVE KEPT MY POULANS :'(
Title: Re: Poulan 4400 4900 5400 manual
Post by: Eccentric on February 03, 2013, 01:31:01 pm
I'm waiting on a nice 4400 myself...crappy part is I've owned one before and let it go along with the 5400, 8500 and so on. MAN I SHOULD HAVE KEPT MY POULANS :'(

You're a horse trader John.  I can identify.  Upside it that you get to own/run lots of different stuff.  Downside is always regretting the trucks/motorcycles/firearms/saws/etc that you've traded/sold off.  I'm JUST starting to figure out when to hold on to stuff and when to let it go.....
Title: Re: Poulan 4400 4900 5400 manual
Post by: ms460woodchuck on February 10, 2013, 08:24:36 am
I'm waiting on a nice 4400 myself...crappy part is I've owned one before and let it go along with the 5400, 8500 and so on. MAN I SHOULD HAVE KEPT MY POULANS :'(

You're a horse trader John.  I can identify.  Upside it that you get to own/run lots of different stuff.  Downside is always regretting the trucks/motorcycles/firearms/saws/etc that you've traded/sold off.  I'm JUST starting to figure out when to hold on to stuff and when to let it go.....

 Heck Aaron, I know when to hold on to stuff but the all mighty $ is needed when it is needed lol.
Title: Re: Poulan 4400 4900 5400 manual
Post by: Eccentric on February 10, 2013, 01:29:27 pm
I'm waiting on a nice 4400 myself...crappy part is I've owned one before and let it go along with the 5400, 8500 and so on. MAN I SHOULD HAVE KEPT MY POULANS :'(

You're a horse trader John.  I can identify.  Upside it that you get to own/run lots of different stuff.  Downside is always regretting the trucks/motorcycles/firearms/saws/etc that you've traded/sold off.  I'm JUST starting to figure out when to hold on to stuff and when to let it go.....

 Heck Aaron, I know when to hold on to stuff but the all mighty $ is needed when it is needed lol.

Yeah that's been happening for me too.  Sold off some good saws to pay bills recently.  Gotta sell the nice looking, good running ones...............as those are the saws that people will actually pay money for (go figure).  Just traded a big 'ol McCulloch that I really liked (and finally got squared away) for my 5200 project saw.  Seems I'm always parting with the good running stuff and getting more projects.  Traded a good running big Homelite for the 4900.  At least the 4900 is a good looking, good running saw.  Bucking my usual trend... ::)
Title: Re: Poulan 4400 4900 5400 manual
Post by: ms460woodchuck on February 10, 2013, 10:32:59 pm
I'm waiting on a nice 4400 myself...crappy part is I've owned one before and let it go along with the 5400, 8500 and so on. MAN I SHOULD HAVE KEPT MY POULANS :'(

You're a horse trader John.  I can identify.  Upside it that you get to own/run lots of different stuff.  Downside is always regretting the trucks/motorcycles/firearms/saws/etc that you've traded/sold off.  I'm JUST starting to figure out when to hold on to stuff and when to let it go.....

 Heck Aaron, I know when to hold on to stuff but the all mighty $ is needed when it is needed lol.

Yeah that's been happening for me too.  Sold off some good saws to pay bills recently.  Gotta sell the nice looking, good running ones...............as those are the saws that people will actually pay money for (go figure).  Just traded a big 'ol McCulloch that I really liked (and finally got squared away) for my 5200 project saw.  Seems I'm always parting with the good running stuff and getting more projects.  Traded a good running big Homelite for the 4900.  At least the 4900 is a good looking, good running saw.  Bucking my usual trend... ::)

 You will like that 4900 if it's a good runner and good luck getting the 5200 going.