Well you certainly got some useful (and current) info from digging this old one back up, but you had me scratching my head when the PMs started...
That's a hell of a jump.
That would be a 'Crushedvarna'
I rebuilt this fairly lightly used one a couple years ago and it had the same problem.
I replace it with a new hose and wiped a bit of...
If you can't register anything +/- you've probably not got something sealed up as well as it should be. I know it sounds straightforward...
Okay, point taken, but I've seen the price of these things from Stihl and personally I'd be happy to play around a bit before biting the bullet.
So try a different glue, if we were talking about retiling the nose on a space shuttle that'd be one thing, but this definitely isn't rocket science.
Just out of interest, I priced the 9503 003 0320 (16002) for a Stihl OEM and a generic. Don't know about where you are, but I can get a SKF, NSK...
Good to know, thanks
Okay, so is that one OEM only then, but the flywheel side is generic?
Are both sides generic then?
I've rebuilt quite a few 024/026 but never actually had need to replace bearings on them.
I've said it elsewhere already today, just buy foil duct tape and cut your own to suit.
If I understand what you're saying, you think that there should be foil on the tank, but you don't think there is?
Either my eyes are deceiving me...
It was probably Chainsaw Jim :D
Looks pretty good Matt. Those scuffs are probably caused by carbon deposits falling back into the cylinder, so if I were you I'd clean all that...
Hi Matt, the serial number should be stamped into the crankcase somewhere. The location varies, and I'm not familiar with the 064, but the...
Does the Marijuana control your hand or something :laugh:
OP, I'm not being mean to you, it's just reading the above statement reminded me of this
I'll get there with one or the other eventually, too many other projects!
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