Lack of auto oiler and all yellow, 1-7x. Look at the bottom of the crankcase. Should be a model number stamped.
There seem to be plenty of overpriced complete Logmasters out there, but I don't want a whole saw.
Looking for an air filter assembly to fit the logmaster style saw, SL5G. Any of those SLs will fit. Need the element and cover with retainer...
Morning Randy, and goodnight. Just getting home from a midnight shift.
One of those would be fine by me.
I would be happy with the direct drive 880. Put my hands on one this past summer. Not a slight saw, but I liked it.
I guess that means you can quit now. Very, very cool.
Those are bad compression numbers. Pull the muffler, have a look.
Stihl makes a special puller that threads into the flywheel to pop it loose....
Doesn't look to be. FYI, coil timing is as simple as lining up the 2 legs of the lamination with the 2 marks on the case.
OK. Ask away. They came with a complete 603, which I sold years. I have no need for the parts.
I've not seen the Bendix ignition on a Bantam series yet. Maybe the very earliest Bantam models. I don't know.
What you see is what you get. Crank feels good, main bearings crunchy but they may only need to be flushed. Clutch, oiler, flywheel all there....
Ear protection is a must.
Checking compression on these old saws is overrated. You're likely to be disappointed by the numbers even on a good condition saw. Pull the...
You are probably exactly correct with the spark plug thing. Look for those thin arbor wrenches you would get with circular saws or table saws....
What does the other side of the saw look like?
Sadly, they're not worth a great deal. Even in that condition. Lot of people would regard the bar as the only worthwhile part there. I have a...
Bit of a bar upgrade. 24" was too short.
That's why the crank is highly polished for the seal and seals do wear out. They will last alot longer than you might think. How many saws from...
The original 1850 in northwest Indiana.
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