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GASoline71
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GASoline71

Mr. Nice Guy (Moderator), 49, from The Great Pacific Northwest

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    1. Sagetown
      Sagetown
      Are ya doin ok GASo ? Happy Birthday.
    2. 210-262-9321
      210-262-9321
      Do you still have the McCulloch 795 (GASoline71)?
    3. HarleyT
      HarleyT
      What are you doing to that poor tree?
    4. GASoline71
      GASoline71
      Everything is good my friend. :) Just lots of things happening right now. Hope things are wll for you too!
    5. Scooterbum
      Scooterbum
      Haven't seen you on for a bit. Hope everything is well.
    6. SawTroll
      SawTroll
      :after_boom: Thanks my friend! :cheers:
    7. deye223
      deye223
      why thank you kindly sir
    8. 04ultra
    9. rallen
      rallen
      Hi Gary:

      Sent you a PM about that 335 parts saw if you are still thinking about it. Let me know! Thanks.

      Robert
    10. Gologit
      Gologit
      Hey you...any chance I can donate my rep points to Mntngal23? I don't need 'em for anything and I've got so many I can't read the number without counting on my fingers and toes.
    11. PhilWa
      PhilWa
      I just joined this forum as i was surfing the 'net for info on the MAC 3-10 DSP flatback carburetor. I am trying to help my neighbor to get his saw running. Main problem seems to be that there is no linkage between the primer button and the spring-loaded plunger. Unsure if the pump diaphragm is any good. With a shot of starter fluid it will fire up, but there is no gas flow to keep it running. I have not been able to find an illustration of what the primer linkage looks like; the MAC online manual does not seem to show that detail, just a cross section of the primer plunger itself.

      I have not been able to get to a website for Sugar Creek Supply to see if they actually have rebuild kits. Can anyone help me get to a source for these kits? Also, does anyone have the primer pump linkage in their spares box...?

      Thanks.
    12. bama
      bama
      Hey, Gary.....check you PM's, please.
    13. Greenwedge
      Greenwedge
      Thanks Gary and Nate. I owe you two!
    14. Metals406
      Metals406
      Nobody wants to see Ol Pat get booted over something as silly as posting in the wrong spot. Thanks for helpin' out!! You da Mang!! :cheers:
    15. Metals406
      Metals406
      Gary, can you move Pat's post in "chainsaws" about his 66 for sale. . . He didn't know about the selling in open forum thing.

      Thanks Mang!
    16. Greystoke
      Greystoke
      You were doin fine pard! I don't like where things are a headed with this here puter site...Take care:) I have some contact info with other mutual friends.
    17. Fish
      Fish
      How's the babysittin' gig goin?

      Looks like you are handling things well.
    18. RandyMac
      RandyMac
      Merry Christmas Gary
      By all means, make it pretty and then knock the paint off it.
    19. RandyMac
      RandyMac
      Gary, thanks for coming over and making some noise.
    20. RandyMac
      RandyMac
      Gary, a dildo free zone.
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    Birthday:
    Mar 14, 1968 (Age: 49)
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