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  1. leecopland

    Partner Chainsaw Thread

    Often referred to as "the Toaster". the previous owner may have run the saw without bar plates which would place the clutch cover closer to the clutch, or maybe installed the wrong clutch.
  2. leecopland

    Jonsered Chainsaws

    Walkers aside, what would reasonable 90 go for in today's crazy marketplace
  3. leecopland

    McCulloch Chain Saws

    Hi Tim, Keeping well thanks. Not been doing much with saws this year, sold a few box store saws. Without a cottage now saws don't have the same attraction. I'll spend the winter cleaning up and selling off some more. Hoping that you and yours have a super Christmas. Is there a Christmas...
  4. leecopland

    McCulloch Chain Saws

    Nice one Tim!
  5. leecopland

    Another older mac... but what is it?

    I've had seller refuse, more are OK with it. It can save buying a pig in a poke. You can always try the pullcord drop test, gives you some idea of compression.
  6. leecopland

    New guy with an Echo

    I bought a bar and chain from Hunzl for my Echo 3000. Very inexpensive just a longish wait for shipping. very happy with it, but I'm not an arborist.
  7. leecopland

    McCulloch Chain Saws

    In North America try Limbsaver handle wrap. comes in various colours. Pretty cheap, Lee Valley Tools sells it in Canada.
  8. leecopland

    homelite xl-103 in formation about

    Checkout the Homelite thread under Chainsaw Stickies, good saws
  9. leecopland

    Homelite Chainsaws

    Looks like there might be an interesting Echo in that bunch as well
  10. leecopland

    The Beg for Manuals Thread

    will do
  11. leecopland

    The Beg for Manuals Thread

    Looking for a RedMax 3800 serice manual please
  12. leecopland

    McCulloch Chain Saws

    WHAA?
  13. leecopland

    Husqvarna 44

    I have 44 that starts and idles real well but won't rev for S**t it's a HDA carb. Will try soaking in Sea Foam
  14. leecopland

    The Beg for Manuals Thread

    Thanks Ray.
  15. leecopland

    dissecting an earthquake chainsaw

    I think I found the breather, it appears to be a piece of black tubing with a screw inserted in the end. On the clutch side of the saw below the carb/air filter area. I might try an Echo breather instead of a screw
  16. leecopland

    McCulloch Chain Saws

    How much Mark?
  17. leecopland

    The Beg for Manuals Thread

    Looking for an ipl for an Earthquake Viper 38cc
  18. leecopland

    dissecting an earthquake chainsaw

    I have a 38cc unit and it seems to run fine. Got it from my bil after he passed. However when I turn it on its side to add fuel, fuel runs out somewhere near the carb while I'm filling. I'm wondering if the tank breather is missing. Any ipls around?
  19. leecopland

    Jonsered Chainsaws

    Thanks Tap.
  20. leecopland

    Tell me about a Echo CS-680

    I am very surprised that there is No Echo thread in the stickies file.
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