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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Ryan_289, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. Ryan_289

    Ryan_289 ArboristSite Member

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    Well since I've been having trouble with my 026 I wanted to take advantage of the extra daylight and clean some fences this evening so I dug the old 036 out. It had been sitting up for a while and I just took it down and cleaned it up real good last weekend. Halfway through a small tree on my first cut and my clutch comes apart I took it off when I cleaned it but I dont think I did anything wrong to it. It's just frustrating, first week of daylight after work and i have all 3 saws i own down.[​IMG][​IMG]

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    alexcagle Cutoff Saw Specialist

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    Wow.
    That is rare. I've never seen all three broken at once.
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    I had this oddity come in recently on a TS460.
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  3. Ryan_289

    Ryan_289 ArboristSite Member

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    Makes you wonder how in the heck that got that way doesnt it?
     
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    Ryan_289 ArboristSite Member

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    Where is the best place to get a quality aftermarket clutch for this saw? I do not use it professionally and hate to spend the money on OEM right now unless that is the only good one available. I see them listed all over the board in price.
     
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    Natster ArboristSite Operative

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    Good excuse to buy a new saw....
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    Sam R 8mm Socket

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    Go down to Cantrell Hardware in Little Rock and talk to Bob, he'll give you a deal. Tell him Sam sent you.
     
  7. Ryan_289

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    My grandfather gave me that saw. I hate to replace it.
     
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    Natster ArboristSite Operative

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    Who said anything about parting with any of them? CAD is good! (Chainsaw Acquisition Disorder).
     
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    lone wolf MS 200T King

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    What I was thinking.
     
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    lone wolf MS 200T King

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    Dont look hard to fix. Dont it just need springs? What else is broke?
     
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    homemade Certified Chainsaw Tester

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    Don’t buy the hutzel brand clutch. I had one on an 036 I was flipping for sale and it started braking springs almost immediately. Oem was $75 I think. There are individual part numbers for the springs and shoes and guides. Maybe you can just get the parts you need.
     
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    lone wolf MS 200T King

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    Exactly. In fact I bet he could get a used one on this site.
     
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    Ryan_289 ArboristSite Member

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    It broke all of the pieces off of the center drive piece. Its toast.
     
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    Ryan_289 ArboristSite Member

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    Im not opposed to used as long as its good.
     
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    lone wolf MS 200T King

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    Clutches usually are but the springs break!
     
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    rupedoggy Addicted to ArboristSite

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    What's wrong with the other two saws?
     
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    I have a thread on my 026. Its bogging and surging. Im hoping a carb clean and fuel line fixes it. If not its getting a pressure/vacuum test. My little Husqvarna 36 is all apart on the bench waiting on backordered parts from Jacks.
     

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