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SOLD!!!! 019t and 026

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by jakedesnake048, Jul 17, 2019.

  1. jakedesnake048

    jakedesnake048 ArboristSite Lurker

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    019t - was my grandfathers. Ran and oiled, but rarely used it. Doesn't start now (probably needs carb cleaned) - $125 plus exact shipping

    026 - this was my personal saw. Brand new chain, starts, runs oils. Just put a new carb/line/plug/filter on it. $180 plus shipping.
     

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    Hambone Ain’t she pittyful

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    Got pics of the 026 yet?
     
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    Sorry, been slipping my mind. I did take the carb off and clean it. Fired right up. Haven't had the chance to run it yet though. I'll get some tonight.
     
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    Hambone Ain’t she pittyful

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    Sounds good, is it the pro model? I’m new to this so if the 026 is only a pro model. Please disregard my ignorance.
     
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    Interested in 026 if above declines possibly. Thx.
     
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    Sorry I've been swamped with work. Here are the 026 pics - yes I know the chain is on backwards, I threw it on really quick for pictures and didn't realize it until I already had the pics. I'll take the lashings!
     

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    Hambone Ain’t she pittyful

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    Is the 026 a pro model?
     
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    It's a metal tag. Not sure how to tell the difference on these ones. 3 screw carb. Someone on here should be able to tell you.
     
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    Thank you
     
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    No compression release or bar oil adjustment, pretty sure it a standard model 026 from the pictures.
    Neither of those is a big deal. My 100c Homelite saws don't have a compression release for easy starting, but this 60+ y/o desk jockey can fire them up OK. The non-adjustable bar oiler isn't needed if you're running a reasonable length bar on this saw.
     
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    Thanks John. Lots of knowledge on this site.
     
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    The 026 isn't a pro model. I do prefer the non pro model better the differences are the pro has decomp, adjustable oiler,a bigger are filter with the compensator on carb, most pros are 44.7mm cylinder although some were 44 mm cylinder. The non pro oils better with the fixed oiler then the adjustable oiler also the 44mm cylinder seems to run better and have better timing numbers as well. Also you can tell yours is a non pro by the early case there is no hole in the casefor the adjustable oiler. No reason at all not to buy the saw. I will take a metal tag 44mm 026 any day over a 026 pro or 260
     
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    Good to know, now to wait for payday. I hate being poor with expensive passions.
     
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