Do you have an Olympyk 264F?
You should get one.
Paint it with a four inch brush working from a five gallon can per motor pool SOP.
I smashed one of them to bits on my driveway after the rewind starter crapped the bed for the fifth time.
Left a bar oil stain.
Definitely not Army O D green.
Why is that thing Poulan green?
The auto oiler check is a fitting between the crankcase and the oil tank.
Easy fix on them but the...
Are Pro Mac 6 with the banana handle collectible?
Asking for a friend. [emoji57]
Likely as there was other damage to the carb box area.
I barely broke even on parts for the one I had.
Piston kit from my dealer shot our budget.
IIRC, the main difference between the PL and SL 55 is a compression release.
What you may have is extra oil on the rings from a blown auto oiler...
Plenty of stellite left on the nose there.
You want to run the chain a little loose on a hard nose bar.
I had an 026 that was a bear to get started.
Mo.Jim said to turn the low side open a half turn.
That and holding down on the...
That pup is outstanding. [emoji15]
I have my Dad’s and the brace and the ‘yankee’ screwdriver.
I should make a T-27 bit to fit them.
Set the points.
What spark you have is maybe late.
The Tanaka 415 has a section in the Clymer chain saw service manual.
40cc, looks very much like your 405.
Been thru like thirty Echos in the last six months.
The drill is:
Remove bar/chain. Empty oil tank. Remove oil pump. Using a skinny...
My favorite local Stihl dealer avoids working on them.
Jason: “Save it for Carl. He will work on anything.”
Best to make sure rope hasn’t been ‘shorted’ and the rewind pulley is full.[emoji6]
I’m about ready for one of them.
Will it start an 80cc plus saw with no decomp? [emoji848]
019t is a world of its own.
Anything beyond normal maintenance requires removing engine from case. Labor intensive they are.
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