What's the story on the handle/wrap? Looks almost new.
I just saw this now and am laughing. Darn thread notifications don’t show on some of these.Hey Ed. That was a little joke. Steve said he got rid of all his saws and was now collecting cast iron cookware. But, when that old chainsaw bug bights, you can't get them out of your system.
Thanks, I already ordered from Joe the carb kit and decals. I need to find a handlebar because mine is damaged.
It was well cared for from what I can tell. The ignition still works. I was able to get it to fire off of a prime. The carburetor is in need of a rebuild for sure, but hopefully that’s it. I’m sure there will be some surprises.
I’ve never owned a gear drive or worked on a saw this old before. I’ve tinkered mostly with Homelite and Pioneer from the 70’s. I’ve got some learning to do...
I just stared at it for a couple days trying to just figure out what and where everything was. Lol!
Try here,they're fairly cheap:https://www.smallenginesprodealer.com/Well unfortunately I have a bit more work than just pulling the carb. Top end is roasted. That’s probably why it’s in good condition. Probably been sitting on a shelf for decades now.
Are Piston and rings for a Tecumseh AH47 still available? I think that was a very common engine so I would assume it would be relatively easy to find a piston set.
I did a bit of searching on EBay and other platforms but I’m not sure of the part numbers. I have an IPL that lists the piston as 310 177, but I’m not able to find anything with that part number. Does anyone know where I could find a piston set?
c'mon guys let's see em, talk about em, or whatever. I just love em! :rockn:
70cc saw at most, note the lack of anti-vibeI just got running a Mcculloch I found in an estate sale. But, no label or tags.
What model and year is it?
Mcculloch chain saw.
14" blade guide
model? no tag or stamping that i could find.
gas and filter cover are on top center
black side covers
14" chain guide/bar
spark plug: champion cj8
bar & plug tool: 1/2" x 3/4"
I need a user manual.
The saw runs but I know nothing about it.
What is the DSP button for?