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The Jonsered 525 is a gasoline powered chain saw designed to be operated by one person. Swedish company Jonsereds Fabrikers AB built this chain saw with a number of safety features including a vibration reducing handlebar system and a chain brake which was activated by simple inertia. The 525 was available from 1984 to 1986. General SpecificationsWith a 15 inch bar and cutting chain installed, the Jonsered 525 weighs approximately 12.5 pounds. Its light weight stems, in part, from its case made of die cast magnesium.
MotorLike many chain saws of its size, the Jonsered 525 has a one cylinder, two-stroke engine. The engine has a 49 cubic centimeter displacement, and a bore and stroke of
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[Qns] chiu prefer gals with specs or w/o specs better...
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[Qns] chiu prefer gals with specs or w/o specs better...
 
with specs....
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without specs....
http://i.imgur.com/Rphos.jpg
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