Who Makes Hyundai Chainsaws?

The majority of the chainsaws are of the highest caliber. The presence of so much plastic is the sole drawback. But given their costs, what did you anticipate?

This, in my opinion, is the sole drawback in terms of quality. Simply said, the plastic isn’t comparable to other materials.

Their chainsaws do work well, though, provided you can get beyond the plastic construction.

The chains are pointed, and the bars are sturdy. A chain brake is also included. In other words, the blade will stop rotating if you suffer backlash.

When the nose of the bar makes contact with something hard, it kickbacks back in the user’s direction.

Of course, this may be fatal. There is a chain break there because of this. When you encounter kickback, it immediately activates.

Yes, Hyundai chainsaws generally have good performance thanks to their larger-than-average engines and 20-inch bars. enabling you to split heavy timber, topple enormous trees, and easily cut through hardwood. Hyundai chainsaws’ primary drawback is their plastic construction.

Depending on the brand and where you buy them, inexpensive chainsaws may be good. There are some extremely subpar, cheap chainsaws that are not worth the asking price. And some, like the Salem Master 6220G 62CC, are definitely worth it.

The P1PE P6220C is the greatest chainsaw made by Hyundai. It has a 20-inch bar, a 62cc engine, and is powered by gas. It barely has a 5.4kg/11.9lbs weight. It has an anti-vibration system and an automatic chain lubrication system.

Review of a Hyundai chainsaw, x460

I decided on a cheap saw made in Korea, the Hyundai x460, to use for cutting firewood. Price variations at the same wattage are around two times larger.

I have never owned a chainsaw before, so I can’t compare it, for example, to the well-known Stihl saw.

It should be mentioned that Hyundai manufactures its chainsaws under license from the Japanese manufacturer Zenoah. Husqvarna recently acquired Zenoah, so their chainsaws are likely not subpar. Do not be shocked if you encounter exact replicas of this saw since the market is flooded with Chinese saws that are just new names for the same saw.

Actually, the third season of sawing has already begun, sawing around 50 cm of logging wood.

The saw functions normally in general; but, after some period of use, idle turns have vanished. Everything has been fixed without incident.

Although the side cover and the chain tensioning mechanism are not of the best construction, there are actually no issues.

One breakdown occurred when a little button spring on the handle snapped, blocking the gas buttons, albeit it still functions without one.

Here is the Japanese carburetor Walbro, which may be adjusted. In order to examine how the adjusting screws are adjusted, it is preferable to remove the air filter cover.

The chain (Oregon 21bpx) that was included in the kit was sufficient for one log truck to carry 20 cubic meters of logs, but it should be used carefully after it hits the ground because the forest was not very clean. The productivity significantly rose with the introduction of the 21lpx chain, which had a different tooth.

I open the air damper, draw to the first puff, close the flap, and then pull again) to the plant to start the saw after the prolonged idle period. Initially, I had to dry it after filling a candle (twist the wick, draw, and dry:)).

I guess the side cover design was what I didn’t like. The chain can sometimes draw itself, but this is uncommon. I want to be able to see the gasoline level.

The movie shows the type of timber I observed, which is primarily beech wood that is up to 65 cm thick. Every year, about 20–30 cubes are cut.

UPDATE 07/27/2017: Saw began operating normally after the third wintering. And thin firewood that I had previously brought; as soon as I drill, I’ll add the piece.