May be difficult to find something not .058.
Took this one out and got it dirty yesterday. Sure is a good running saw. Was running a 24" bar and a 8 pin sprocket no problem.[ATTACH]
Pull the flywheel key out to install your parts, and then put the key back in. Don't file or hit anything.
I'm sorry I never got to digging out the other saws. If you still need me to I might make it to the shop on Sunday. It looks like you have a good...
I will try and get up in the rafters in the shop tomorrow to check those fuel caps. Was a busy week sorry.
I wish I could get 100ll here.
I always have one or 2 in the freezer lol. Just can't win with the chit fuels.
I have a 1110 and 1200a, and I will dig them out to check the fuel caps.
Heck no wonder why that's a style cap that fits the older saws like the 1110 and such.
I took apart two fuel caps, and they were both the same. I will dig in the rafters to see if I got any spares. The one spare I...
I will dig through my stuff. I thought I had some fuel cap parts. Hopefully you can fix your oil cap, but if not they are a lot more common then...
Here's a close up pic of the inside of one of my oil caps without the chain, and this one doesn't leak.[ATTACH]
Strange yours is doing that. I haven't had a problem with it on any of my p series saws. I just did some milling with the p51, and no oil leaks at...
Great to see you got it running and oiling. They are great saws. They really respond well to minor mods if you're up to it.
Yeah something's not right. If you end up needing another one pm me.
Counterclockwise is more oil.
If you get it off I would go ahead and delete it while your there.
That's how the governor looks stock. They can be a pita to get out. I find that a impact drill with a just right bit usually gets them loose.
Thanks to your advice mine is quite the runner as well. There's something about them that's just right. I wouldn't doubt it's faster either. When...
Lol nothing like learning the hard way.
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