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  1. axeandwedge

    Husqvarna Sticky!

    Bought some of the family out for a photo. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  2. axeandwedge

    Husqvarna 435 tuning

    There's no gasket, When the saw came in it would start briefly and die as soon as it was revved, I replaced coil and the saw would start and run but ran poorly, after replacing the manifold its as good as gold. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  3. axeandwedge

    Husqvarna 435 tuning

    Had similar symptoms with a 445 ended up being a leaking manifold, Prior to discovering the problem, I replaced, coil, primer, fuel hose, carb, crank seals breather primer hoses. There was no visible cracks or flaws, only thing I came up with was a bad seal between manifold and cylinder. PS bit...
  4. axeandwedge

    Husqvarna 2 series Chain tensioner/keeper?

    Sounds like a quick fix to me. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  5. axeandwedge

    572xp anyone else have one yet?

    Mine is only 6months old, Starts easy hot or cold, good power and anti vibration. It feels like a 562 big block so to speak, it's snappy response and smoothness makes it a pleasure to use. The air filter is doing a great job in the dusty conditions I'm using it in. The bar on it is a...
  6. axeandwedge

    Husqvarna Sticky!

    Has to be one of the best saws ever to work on, Way ahead of its time. I sold one of these to a mate of mine he is now a believer. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  7. axeandwedge

    Husqvarna 2 series Chain tensioner/keeper?

    I've used a piece of fuel hose and small washer, works fine
  8. axeandwedge

    Vintage Chainsaw Collectors Lounge

    Yes I agree - I love the style these saws had nice design, easy to work on and robust. - Andrew. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  9. axeandwedge

    Vintage Chainsaw Collectors Lounge

    I have just replaced the bearings and crank seals on this Jonsered 80, It starts up and runs very well. I need to get a hand guard for it and it will be complete. I am the second owner and the old bloke I got it off used it and used it cutting and selling wood for a living. Sent from my H8216...
  10. axeandwedge

    Husqvarna 572xp break in

    Flux Capacitor issue???? [emoji848] Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  11. axeandwedge

    Should a saw run without a tension screw?

    You know if your nuts aren't tighy you're not doing it right. [emoji16] Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  12. axeandwedge

    372 XP hard start cold

    If I wasn't so far away I'd come and fix it for you. [emoji849] Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  13. axeandwedge

    372 XP hard start cold

    A Hardened or stiff diaphragm resting on the metering lever. Quickest way I have found to start a badly flooded saw is to remove plug, turn saw upside-down and pull the starter cord at least half a dozen times to get rid of the excess fuel then dry the plug or put in a dry one pull choke rod out...
  14. axeandwedge

    2019 Husqvarna 395xp The Good The Bad The Ugly

    ME TOO I had a rim break and it piled up on top of its self the tension on the chain was incredible and took a lot of wriggling to get it off the saw, I replaced the adjuster good as new. And a cheap repair. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  15. axeandwedge

    2019 Husqvarna 395xp The Good The Bad The Ugly

    The only bad I can think of is the choke rod, The one on the 394 is better. Besides that I can't fault them. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  16. axeandwedge

    "You Suck" Thread 2019--Pics required!

    I swapped an old flat top 066 for this 153 Sachs Dolmar, The other guy got a good old work saw and I can add this 153 to my Dolmar collection. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  17. axeandwedge

    Homelite Chainsaws

    A very nice restoration [emoji108] Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  18. axeandwedge

    Homelite Chainsaws

    I will next time for sure. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  19. axeandwedge

    Homelite Chainsaws

    I just used a wire wheel on a grinder, a paint scraper, razor blade to get it back to clean metal, Then degreased it, coat of etch primer and put the red top coat on. Its far from perfect but I'm happy with it. Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
  20. axeandwedge

    Homelite Chainsaws

    Thanks for the link[emoji108] Sent from my H8216 using Tapatalk
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