recently it was ported...with 8 pin...runs like a racer
my build 024S to 026...saw runs superb very strong...it kills my H257
i bought this saw used, was a disaster...crank was busted, cylinder was scored...i've rebuilt it..new tecomec crank(very good quality OEM), ported meteor 50 mm jug, walbro 12...now it runs like it should
my Husky 257....great saw a shelf queen
Huztl 52 BB, new Walbro 6B, OEM black coil, OEM small end bearing, OEM tank handle,OEM seals... runs well...I've ran a 2 tanks of gas with it
those efco grinders with the reversable motor are great
It allows you to grind inside to out on both L&R cutters
and are made by tecomec in Italy!
They look great. How do they run and was the cost savings significant?
Hey bud great Mac line up! Just wondering if you can tell me what you carbs set at on the 110minis I have one that doesn't want to cooperate with me seems like a deadly little saw. Thanks for any help brotha.
Hi! May I inquire as to where you got the full wrap handle for the 028 from?
Nice saw btw
Just awesome, if you are ever in Niagara falls, message me.
This saw came in with a "carb issue".... Nope!! Not even close haha, they ran the head bolts out. Seen this before must be a tough saw. Looked like it took a beating before I cleaned it up and fixed, hearing lots of bad about these?
I just finished up with a personal 028 project saw. Really like it!
Hi I’m wondering if my cylinder is toast. Just by feel the area above the exhaust port is the worst spot, very slight ridges, I posted about this project a few days ago and am definitely learning a lot as I go. My compression on the warm saw was 100 psi . I’m hoping to not need a new cylinder,but will go that route if I have to.
360 currently on bench.
Hoping for some good birds eye figure.
Time to make some table bases.
Thanks for the info randy. That helps a ton
What a test... pretty scary
Hi, it looks like a 52. They came with either points ignition or electronic ignition (52e). They were a step up from the 49 sp but still 49 cc.
Now that is nice
Not even sure which model my new jonsered is...
Having trouble figuring how to post. Says i have to pick recipient. But I dont know anyone ??
Does anyone have information about this saw .. thank you in advance
Anyone care to educate me on what this is ? I havent any more information than what you see here . THANK YOU IN ADVANCE .
Nice saw. I have one as well on an Alaskan mill. Can i run a 32" bar on this mill. I found a 32" for $100. A 28" from the dealer is $181. I have a 30" mill but I think I can pull the saw back to make it work. Any ideas?
Likely a 298XP, early version with the easy to break 2 dog drive with plastic starter cover. Note no manual supplemental oiler plunger on LH side. Manual oiler would indicate full size 2100/2101
The trigger pull on this beast is definitely respectable. There is a reason some people say "old man strength."
543xp and gz4500 have moved to other a.s. members.
Now it has a husqvarna 51 muffler.
hey i got a fs51av also but i also have an 028 wbav will an 026 carb throat fit
with the ratio of mix of 50:1 is what oil to fuel in ml and litres please and also 40:1 ratio mls of oil to fuel. I worked it out at is that correct : 20ml oil to 1 litre of fuel and 25ml oil to 1 litre of fuel
with the ratio of mix of 50:1 is what oil to fuel in ml and litres please and also 40:1 ratio mls of oil to fuel. I worked it out at 25ml oil to 1 litre of fuel and 20ml oil to 1 litre of fuel is that correct :
Them be beautiful machines!
She's purty! Way to go.
Dig it. Pretty cool.
Yes is was! I have more to mill when I get the time! Need to get it done!
Thanks Bud, the Modded 066 and a 56" MKIII. The grain is insane, yes has a tendency to split and crack. With a little love and woodworking skill Wellll worth the efforts. Dried and pressed for two years.
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