Poulan Pro PR25PS, 8 in. 25cc 2-Cycle Gas Pole Saw

The PR25PS pole saw features a 25cc, 2 stroke engine with an 8″ bar and a 3′ extension for a 12′ reach. Included accessories: shoulder strap. Poulan Pro trimmers boast features that ensure there’s a unit perfect for every job. Our attachment capable trimmers, with Pro-Link, are designed to accept 6 optional attachments that make them even more versatile. From standard trimming to blowing, tilling, hedge trimming, edging, brushcutting and even tree pruning.

Product Features

  • SureFire Fuel Delivery System. Easy as..Prime, Choke and Pull
  • Effortless Pull Starting – Spring assisted starter system for ease of starting
  • Auto return stop switch automatically resets to the ON position for easier starting
  • Air Purge removes air from carburetor and fuel system for easy starting
  • Detachable shaft, tooless coupler separates shaft for easy transport and storage

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2 Responses to Poulan Pro PR25PS, 8 in. 25cc 2-Cycle Gas Pole Saw

  1. Anonymous says:

    I will think twice before buying a Poulon prod in … I will think twice before buying a Poulon prod in the future. Bought this pole saw in hopes of attacking a project immediately. It arrived in a timely fashion. Was assembled right of way to be operational for all of 10 minutes cutting small branches. The dealer sugg for repair has been very helpful although parts took 2 weeks to receive only to find out it is now 10th in a line of repairs. This should not be a repair from the get go! It should be replaced for the convenience of a customer who…

  2. Anonymous says:

    First one they sent me was broken… When I first received this pole saw I thought that it had a rubber mounted engine due to the wobble where the engine attaches to the pole itself. Boy was I wrong. The engine had a half broken bracket where it attached and could have seriously hurt me because when it decided to break….about 5 minutes into using it the very first time, the shaft broke and the engine kicked back really hard. I was using the saw overhead at the time at about a 30ish degree angle. Any higher, or had I been on…