I have a Mcculloch PM 610 that i am considering selling. The saw runs but has an issue with restarting when it is warmed up. It would run like a champ when it felt like starting. I just bought a different saw, mostly because i didnt have the time to try to repair the Mcchulloch. It has a new rim sprocket on it, and is in nice physical shape. I believe the issue may be the coil, (i tried to adjust the carb with no luck) but putting $40more towards it is not that appealing to me, being a poor college student and all!
Any ideas on if I should part the saw out and sell items like the new sprocket separately or sell it in one piece as needing a repair? I would like to use the $$ to get a new bar for my new-to-me Homie SXL-A0
And if any of you guys out there are interested, let me know!