What ya need for the nos one. My guts are good but then I haven't taken it apart yet.
it doe's work but busted up pretty good.
Thanks jockeydeuce I thought they were different but not sure how.
As the title states. looking for a nice recoil assembly for a 298.
790 side cover will work. The 90 head will work with a little machine work.
You don't need a 101B, All of the 101 motors are great candidates for a good saw build.
The early 101 introduced in 1967 is the least desirable,...
Had 30 a couple years ago.
It will bolt right in but there are a couple obstacles. The main issue is the stuffer
as the long stroke of a 101 will hit the stuffer on a short...
Well over 500 saws, 75% are 6 cube plus, About 30 123cc Mac's, 22 Sachs Dolmar 166's
and the list can go on and on and on.
I still have a heart beat. saws are in my blood.
Run a Sachs Dolmar 166 bored 4mm over sporting a modified 084 piston, Bore was 56mm now at 60
and at 136cc's it will send blood through your body...
All of the 041's I have worked on had electronic ignition.
040 would have a points type ignition, 041 would be electronic like in your pic.
In need of a recoil assembly or housing for a super 75, I'm sure other models will
fit as well.
You would also see my whole collection of over 500 saws.
Looks like your about 3 hrs away. Your more than welcome to come by and try it out.
It's a strong runner.
I don't but I suppose I could do a comp test. Where in Ct.
Where in New England are you.
Yes it is.
They are not the Woodlot Wizzards, They are Lombard model 5's with
the 130cc Power Products motors, Very rare saws.
Separate names with a comma.