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The BBT 75cc chainsaw is perfect for any job. Whether you’re a professional or weekend gardener, the BBT 75cc Chainsaw will tackle the toughest tasks. We have included some top range features on this chainsaw to ensure you get the best valued chainsaw on the market today. These include a genuine Oregon chain, a chrome bore, Quality spark plug and a massive 24" bar.
Our 75cc chainsaw is one of the top chainsaws on the market today in the big saw category.
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best chainsaw ive ever bought
Posted by David on
They always seem to have a small problem, but after that is fixed you have a saw that will cut alongside an xp all day. I run an 18" bar and the smaller drive sprocket off an xp. Just laughing and i wish they made a copy of the 95
Posted by Charlie Pyle on
Had the 75cc chainsaw for a year now...wished I had bought it earlier. I wore out / over used smaller BBT chainsaws but this one is definitely has enough power but at the same time kick back is not an issue. Starts everytime, and is holding up well. Thanks BBT for putting good product at an affordable price in the hands of ordinary punters..
Posted by Robert on
This chainsaw I bought for a friend who doesn't do banking this way. He bought it on a recommendation from my husband who owns one which we bought from BBTA store and he is very happy with his
Posted by Unknown on
many many years using big name products that cost an arm and a leg to purchase and must admit was a little bit shy about trying this saw How excited and pleased I did give your products a go Thank you and so fast to deliver shocked in fact when it turned up so fast awsome
Posted by Mark & Lyn on
I have already done two tanks worth of work on well seasoned large trunks and cannot complain with the performance. I even managed to pickup some spare chains locally, at a better rate with no freight charges. I will continue to buy bigger boyz toys, but after extensive review and professional advice. I haven't tried the other item yet, that I purchased but I will let you know what I think of it.
Posted by ash on
Pretty good saw for price, chain adjuster a bit ordinary but apart from that no complaints once tuned after running in cuts like a gem
Posted by Bryce on
I received the 75cc chainsaw last week, and christened it over the weekend on a 600mm Stringbark trunk. The tree has been dead for a few years, and is well seasoned.
The saw is on its first tank of 20:1 mix, and likely will loosen up and find some more ponies once run in on a more normal mix.
That 24 inch bar is pretty big for the saw in hardwood like this, I had to be gentle to avoid bogging and stalling the saw. Can't use the full weight of the saw. As long as I was gentle, it cut 10 rounds happily and quickly.
Firewood for another couple of weeks!
Saw starts happily now after tweaking the jets.
Its not as powerful as my 88cc older name brand, but then its 1/5 the cost and not run in yet. It also starts much better.
Great value for the asking $.
Posted by John Sheahan on
Very happy so far, powerful, easy to start, reliable, reasonably light. Went through the bigger trees like butter. Wish I had bought it a few yrs earlier.
Posted by Jerry on
After having a minor issue with the tangled cord it's been running excellent. Time will tell but for home use it cuts fantastic. The only thing I would change is the chain once it'shad it's days. I would go with a Carlton or stihl .Oregon are ok but chatting with the people in the know this would be the change I would make. Other than that it's a monster unit considering the price. Very happy chap I am. Thanks guy's.
Posted by Pete on
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