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Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by FXDL, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. blk05crew

    blk05crew I like 'em green

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    Tillotson carb kits are available. Probably gonna need fuel lines too and probably a fuel cap duck bill valve.
     
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  3. Nickolas

    Nickolas Retired and messing around with old stuff...

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    One of my favorite older saws from 1957. Only made from March - April they are quite hard to locate. This example runs great and is also in real nice shape. This saw has a dual gear setup on it I've never seen before. Maybe a winch gear? I don't know is anyone else familiar with this setup?

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    Gear is for a winch, or a Harley starter. :D

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  5. Nickolas

    Nickolas Retired and messing around with old stuff...

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    Ok Ric thanks for the info. Wish it had the winch setup on it or to go along with it. Is that something unique or special made? The winch that is ...

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  6. Modifiedmark

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    Actually not quite correct! Don't mean to nitpick but that is a early version 100 saw and was made before 1970 so it was actually based on the Poulan 202.

    Look closer and you will see the throttle lock/decomp lever is also the stop switch when pushed forward. The 1970 and later 100's had the stop switch on the rear cylinder cover like the 306 did.

    All the 100 based bladesaws also used a different carb, one with a smaller venturi to keep the RPM's a little lower.
     
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    Those Danarm's are interesting, looks like most were based on other makes and model saws. That one looks like Jonsered from the front, and the 125 looks like a Pioneer. I tried to buy a Danarm just a few months back that looked like a 10 series Mac..
     
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    Look again at the fuel cap on that one, its round and does not use the typical duckbill valve your used to seeing.
     
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    That's some old school stuff there. Have seen a few oldys but mostly you see the Lewis winch type.
     
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    Thanks for the info! The throttle lock does indeed stop the saw if pushed forward. A really funky saw, can't wait to dig into it.
     
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    Is that a bottle of NOS?
     
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    Yes, 96" Harley Shovelhead running a mix of gas and alcohol plus Nitrous Oxide. 1985 Port Angeles Wa.
     
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    Cliff hasn't posted in a spell.??
     
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    bikemike loud pipes save lives

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    Looks like what some hill climbers do that's cool chit man
     
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    bikemike loud pipes save lives

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    Anyone interested in a stihl 020av super? Slug n jug look ok. Most parts are here missing chain cover and top handle is cracked. If so let me know. I have no funds or desire to keep it 20160119_102919.jpg 20160119_102936.jpg 20160119_103000.jpg 20160119_103036.jpg
     
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    Those 020's will test your patience !
     
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    Only thing cool about it is the carb fuel inlet location
     
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    Angelo Trépanier collection hope you enjoy it

     
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    bikemike loud pipes save lives

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    Oh yeah that is very nice. I'd love to fire a few of those up
     
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    Homelitexl903 CAD...The struggle is real.

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    I have a Remington PL4 I got off CL and it has a Lombard Lighting clutch cover. Anyone know what other companys Remington made saws for? I think there is a John Deere model and a Montgomery Wards model.
     

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