No sparks, it's more like holding a lit torch up to the wood...that hot part a few inches away from the visible flame where it'll still cook you.
It only takes a couple seconds for a good cherry to ignite on the wood around here, that's my own personal experience. One thing that helps is...
Yes you can fully mod the muffler without needing to hack at the plastic.
Lightening is the only thing I've ever seen start a fire faster than this muffler mod.
Roller pin bearings will have a little wobble, roller ball bearings will not. I can't find where I read the tolerances but I remember something...
Either stock version of those mufflers are adequate for one that's ported. Make sure the screen is cleaned or removed.
One good mod is to disable...
The three matching ones are for the models with the third port induction system.
The second one from the right is for the 123cc motors.
They're not proprietary or odd in size. Go to any of your local bearing supply stores and ask for "6202 c3" bearings. They'll cost about 5 bucks each.
No complaints from those upgrading from the 372.
If you're cutting lots of hardwoods up to 20" or so then the 462 will make one very happy. If you're cutting Doug Fir or other sappy conifers then...
I thought this was America... you know, that country that takes pride in quality control?
I don't see any wisdom coming from you, only ignorant...
I might recommend buying a couple extra bits if you're doing it with a drill motor.
I seem to have better results using water versus oil, maybe...
Nice... you're still coming in way below Ebay 200t value if you convert the handle.
I cannot say for sure about the carbs with the 550.
I wouldn't know what the exact problem is without having my hands on it. But in...
I wonder how many people take the oil filter off their truck and rinse it out with gas for reuse.
Plan on at least another $35 for a carb kit and crankcase seals. The fuel tank vent may also need attention.
This thing has been running hot from...
You have to shop around and keep checking Ebay. They come up for sale every now and then.
It's very likely the shop used one of these newer versions...[ATTACH]
When this one is needed...[ATTACH]
Those newer ones don't stay in place.
The flappy wheels are not good for cleaning these kind of cylinders. When the paper hits the ports it'll flex out in the opening a little bit and...
By the looks of the intake design the cylinder should belong to a 162se.
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