I am looking for a manual or info on the Stihl specialty tools part # 0000-890-1705 and #0000-890-1710
I am finally getting things organized the way I like them
The cp125 has a different decomp set up also.
I built my own a couple years ago, works great with cedar fence board cut-offs
After I ported my 026 it would not run with an aftermarket air filter. Put an OEM back on it ,and have not had a problem
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New to me thanks, do they make bar in .325 x .050?
Most striped out plugs I have seen are from the plugs not getting tight enough. Then rattling loose and beating the threads to death
I would assume it came with a .325 chain? Stihl does not make a .050 chain in .325 guage. If you are talking 3/8 chain a would go with a .050 on...
As the tooth gets worn down you need to go further, I use different gauges as the chain gets worn out
That chain is not sharp!!! Rakers may still be high also, on chisel chains you need to get the point back, that's what grabs the wood and pulls...
I think you have a red light tank and carb box, that is the extent of your red light, the coil and flywheel are from a newer saw so I would not...
Do you have an aftermarket air filter?
If there was bar oil in the tank, I would bet the bottom end is full of bar oil
Last of the giant fir tree I drug home over the summer, figured I would see what the boom would really lift. [ATTACH]
I completely agree, please pm me and I will pay for the disposal fee to dispose of the 2100/2101.
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Piston heated up and expanded faster than the cylinder?
I would keep the cylinder down and build a longer base for the pusher plate, if you rase the cylinder you will need to support the ram end of it....
With a standard air filter that's why it looks different.
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