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Evil Dead Chainsaw Parts

by countspatula, published

Evil Dead Chainsaw Parts by countspatula Oct 20, 2012


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This is a fairly quick & dirty Evil Dead chainsaw made from an Arizona Ice Tea jug and select parts easily obtained at the hardware store.

The part listed here is the distinctive side grill that was added to the original prop. For a complete parts list and assembly instructions see my Instructable:

I also have grills and complete chainsaws available on my Etsy store:https://www.etsy.com/shop/CharlesworthDynamics


Print the base with support - it doesn't need much, just for the cord-pull block area. This will get screwed on, so I would print with at least 10% fill.

For a full parts list and assembly directions see my Instructable:

Now go carve a witch!

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You really made my saw complete. I appreciate the time you spent making this model!

Oh, wow. I saw all the pictures and my brain is still having trouble not seeing that first pic as a solid chainsaw through-and-through. Nicely done! 

 Ha! Thanks! I'm flattered, but the original picture was a professional model, not mine.  I have since uploaded my own which is the first picture.  I left the professional up as well for reference.

cool now you don't have to worry about the hag that want to swallow your soul. :)