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NEW TRUESHOPPING® 'RAPTOR52' PETROL CHAINSAW 20" 52CC WITH QUALITY OREGON® CHAIN 3HP 2.2KW

by Trueshopping
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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  • Engine Type: 52cc, Single Cylinder,Twostroke, Air-cooling gasoline engine
  • Carburettor: Cylinder Diaphragm type , Maximum engine power: 2800w/7500rpm
  • Oil feeding system: automatic pump with adjuster, Fuel tank capacity: 520m, Oil tank capacity: 260ml
  • Chain Pitch: 0.325" (8.25mm); Gauge: 0.058" (1.5mm),
  • Chain is OREGON - made U.S.A, Primer bulb for easy & safe starting, Weight: 7.5kg
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NEW TRUESHOPPING® 'RAPTOR52' PETROL CHAINSAW 20" 52CC WITH QUALITY OREGON® CHAIN 3HP 2.2KW + Ryobi Rga-003 Chainsaw Oil 1 Litre + Ryobi Rga-002 2 Stroke Mixing Oil 1 Litre
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight9 Kg
ColourRed
Power SourcePetrol
Wattage2200
Maximum Power2.20 KW
Item Package Quantity1
Handle MaterialPlastic, Rubber
Blade Length20 inches
CertificationCE, GS, EMC
Weight9 kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB005GXR126
Best Sellers Rank 13,498 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 Kg
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Date First Available16 Feb 2014
  
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Product Description

The Raptor52 petrol chainsaw will tackle an array of tasks including small tree felling, logging and large-scale clearances. This professional Raptor chainsaw combines a robust construction with a powerful 52cc 2-stroke engine and 20" Oregon chain. Please Note: Ensure correct petrol / oil mix is used. 25/1

Specifications:
  • Single Cylinder, 2-stroke, Air-cooling gasoline engine
  • Engine displacement: 52cc
  • Carburettor: Cylinder Diaphragm type
  • Magneto: Flywheel magneto, CDI
  • Max engine power: 2.2KW/2200W
  • Oil feeding system: automatic pump with adjuster
  • Fuel tank capacity: 550ml
  • Oil tank capacity: 260ml
  • Max engine speed with cutting attachment: 11000rpm
  • Max Engine speed at idling: 3200±200rpm
  • Fuel consumption at maximum engine power: 520 g/kw.h
  • Ignition System: C.D.I
  • Sprocket: 7T x 8.255mm
  • Guide bar size: 20"
  • Guide bar type: Sprocket NoseChain is OREGON® - made in U.S.A
  • Chain Pitch: 0.375" (9.525mm)/0.325''(8.255mm)/0.325''(8.255mm)
  • Gauge: 0.050" (1.27mm)/0.058''(1.47mm)/0.058''(1.47mm)
  • Primer bulb for easy & safe starting
  • Anti-vibration device
  • Throttle trigger lockout
  • Chain Catcher
  • Chain Brake
  • Spike Bumper
  • Front & Rear Hand Guard
  • Dimensions (without guide bar and chain): 41*23*29cm
  • Gross Weight: 6.5kg; Net Weight: 5kg

Box contents
  • Petrol Chainsaw Base Unit
  • 20'' Bar
  • Chain Guard
  • Chain
  • Brake Assy
  • Mixing Bottle
  • Tool Kit 5 Pc (Spark Plug Spanner + Straight Screwdriver + File + Spike Bumper +2pcs M5*12mm Bolt)
  • Instructions

Please Note: Simple pre assembly is required. Spare Parts Available.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 20" Oregon chainsaw 26 April 2013
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I purchased this chainsaw as it was a reasonably priced saw with a good length blade. It was assembled with little trouble, some other reviews criticise the instructions, but if you build it in the knowledge that it only goes together one way only, you won't go far wrong. The "sharp edge" of the chain has to face the engine when on the bottom of the blade, and be facing away from the engine when on the top of the blade. Get this right, and you'll cut through the wood with little trouble.
In use, the chainsaw worked great. Make sure you mix the fuel and 2stroke oil correctly every top up. Make sure that you also top the chain oil every fuel top up. I've found that the chain oil is used up about the same rate as a tank of fuel. If you try to run the chainsaw without oil, you'll find that the saw behaves as though it's running out of fuel, it won't work!! The chain oil is critical to good wood cutting. Amazon has some great chain oil bargains eg. 5 litres for a 10 er. Get some.
It's a good chainsaw. You'll not be dissapointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Easystart - what a joke. 2 July 2013
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The chainsaw arrived on time, however it would not start. I have owned chainsaws for a number of years and know they are notoriously difficult to start, but this one just refused, Easy start or not.
Since then I have been in contact with Trueshopping on numerous occasions and eventually they agreed to collect the faulty saw and "test" if.
The saw was collected 26th June and as of today (2nd July) I have not heard a thing from Trueshopping.
I have just emailed them to ask what is happening and if they could let me know as they now have the saw and my money.
Trueshopping may be excellent at delivering goods on time, but their after sales service is awful. The worst I have ever come across.
I would have been more than prepared to pay a little extra and get a better chainsaw from Trueshopping, however I am now very wary of purchasing anything from them as it has and still is proving very difficult to get any joy if the purchase is faulty.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars good for the price 28 Dec 2012
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20 inch bar is most important part of this chainsaw.a more well known make with this bar length would cost 3 or 4 times more.tends to flood bit of pig to start if you don`t catch first time.Build quality no where near the expensive makes,you get what you pay for as mention bar length is a important factor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Instructions difficult 10 Sep 2013
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My husband even struggled putting this item together, infact the oil still isn't getting through properly, I wish we had put it together earlier as I would probably have sent it back, we have had it too long now to feel I can send it back, although my husband can't use it. I thought something like this would have arrived already made up not in so many pieces.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars raptor 52 petrol chainsaw 19 Jun 2013
By brimax
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extemely good value for money when compared to similar models, undertakes heavier work than my previous saw of similar capacity and blade remained sharp much longer.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A problem I had. 22 Nov 2011
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After I had finally got the thing together, and going, in spite of the crummy manual with its teensy and incomplete diagrams and multiple warnings about not using it to remove ear wax and the like, I eagerly applied it to its target with the result that all I achieved was a scratch. I thought about it for a while, had a large whisky and swore a bit, and then it dawned on me that perhaps I could discern a slight difference in the angle of the cutting teeth when picturing it turning the other way, such that it seemed worth a shot at reversing it on the blade. This I did, and wunderlich!, it worked! Straight through with gusto! The point is, nowhere in the instructions does it tell you that getting the chain the right way round is critical, not even on the plastic bag the chain comes in. To a novice at least, the appearance of the chain is not obviously different in perspective one way or the other. So - if you find it isn't cutting as you had expected it to, reverse the chain! Of course, you may be fortunate and get it on the right way round in the first place.
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