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Need Carb adjustment tool for Poulan P3314

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Taylormade4905, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. Taylormade4905

    Taylormade4905 New Member

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    I am in need of a carb adjustment tool for a poulan P3314. part # 530035560. The screws have no slots and I cannot find the adjustment tool anywhere. If anyone has one, I will gladly purchase it from you, plus shipping. Please contact me at my email asap. Taylormade4905@aol.com. Thank you very much.
     
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    husqvarnaguy Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Check ebay. It should be under Poulan carb tool. Should be around $10 shipped.
     
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    stihl023/5 Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I agree ebay, got one myself a while ago.:msp_thumbsup:
     
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    LegDeLimber Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I don't know if the recent change in the U.S. google search affects this type of search,
    But using the U.K. google shows some Amazon hits.

    Seems, about a month back,
    Google made some changes to their U.S. google search results
    and to the preferences settings page.
    So when I went looking to see wtf had happened,
    I found out about just using the U.K. link as a bookmarked/default in stead of the U.S. one.
    Google

    ...wondering how long before we get also get filtered from doing that workaround ?
     
  5. bikemike

    bikemike ArboristSite Lurker

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    poulan carb tool

    Is that part number for a dremel and a thin cut off wheel to make a slotted for a screwdriver? My poulan pro 46 cc got converted to that costed me my time,=1 cup of coffee
     
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    stled ArboristSite Lurker

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    Amazon for the tool

    Couldn't find one on Ebay a couple of months ago but did on Amazon Needed another on for my son in CO.

    Go to Amazon and search for the number below

    Parts starting 8 or 9 dollar
    Splined Carburetor Adjustment Tool Part # 530035560

    Ed
     
  7. Chris-PA

    Chris-PA Where the Wild Things Are

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    As ModifiedMark has noted previously, it is MUCH easier to use the splined tool for tuning than a flat blade screwdriver. I switched my Poulan 2775 over to a older carb because it worked better after porting, but I've been bummed because I lost the newer splined adjusters in the swap. I really hate fishing around in the carb adjuster holes of a running saw with a flat blade screwdriver.
     
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    westcoaster90 westcoast dweller

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    On these poulans i always just took the top cover off and i could just reach the adjustment screws with needle nose plyers. It's tight but it got'er done. That was a slightly older poulan though. Not sure if the screws are as accesable on the newer ones. Was more time consuming to get the right tune but i eventually got it.
     
  9. Fish

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    I think my cost is under $3 for that tool, I'll see if I can order some more....
     
  10. tooold

    tooold ArboristSite Operative

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    I agree!!!
     
  11. RedShift42

    RedShift42 ArboristSite Member

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    Any luck with these, Fish?
    I'd like to play w/ the mix on my new pole saw but not bad enough to spend $20 [gag!] for the Poulan tool on Amazon!
     
  12. tooold

    tooold ArboristSite Operative

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    WOW! I bought that tool from my poulan dealer in 2006 for $5.11.
     

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