Let's see some Bronco pics.
Better hurry with the pics, this won't last long. I bet you already have PM requests.
It always ran good...
That was the best 346 I've ever ran:laugh:.
Soooooo....... no takers for a never fueled 50cc pro saw with heat for under $500 eh?
In for the rep
Pressure/vac test, disassemble, evaluate and order parts, clean everything, re-assemble, pressure/vac test again, go cut wood. I can't stress...
@Happy goergie , it is coming up on a year since the seller has signed on to the site. I think you're chasing your tail here.
As was stated, it was mostly a Euro thing.
Post up some clean pics of the damage.
Sorry wrong thread:laugh:. Must be a post GTG Monday:numberone:
It hurts nothing, and increases the opening slightly. On the red and orange 346s I've done, pretty much just like yours, I lost a little throttle...
A complete OEM 44.3mm 346xp top end is cheaper than that. Go visit your local Husky dealer.
Your concern is not the roundness, it is the plating. Any wear through above the top of the exhaust port is a problem. The rings will wear in...
I would also suggest sourcing a carburetor, filter neck, and filter from a 359 or 357xp. Leave the support ring out of the intake boot when you...
Upon proper measurement you'll see that the original is a 45mm 350/353 cylinder.
Do you have plans for the salmon colored covers? If not I could...
346, 351, or 353 is what ya need Ken. I'd help if I could but I have nothing at the moment. All red saws, plastic cased saws, and runners here.
What's the condition of this one? What would we be talking shipped to 49242 in the US?
This is from the factory, many of those saws have been dicked with over the years. Despite less displacement, 026s usually...
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