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Analysis: MS 271 w/ Torched p&c, bearings, connecting rod [PICS]

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Sam R, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. Sam R

    Sam R 8mm Socket

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    He definitely would. Have you been to Rural King? They got their playbook from Wal Mart. You can either tell the customer yes... or yes.
     
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  2. Bobby Kirbos

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    With some time on a grinder, you might be able to save the chain.
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  3. SEAM

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    The chain looks like it was sharpened from above using a flat file - or just run on a flat concrete surface for sharpening... not worth trying IMHO. The way the bar looks the drive links probably wobble hopelessly in the groove.

    It is not easy to kill a new saw by over-revving the engine. Sawing dry and/or sandy stuff with a chain that doesn't cut will do trick, though.
     

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