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Want to buy Clean Sachs 120si recoil

Kensie1988

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Ohh it made me sick, im over it know because i had a 112 silver star i robbed the recoil from to use this weekend, but I guess the saw is getting to a spot where the compression is increasing after not being run for awhile, not sure but its got a serious bit to it no mid jerk, it stops your pull completely, i figured i could power through it like my stihl with 200+ compression and the recoil gave up on me.
 
CJ Brown

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If you have an ebay account, just log into the site I linked to. Then just buy the item like you would on ebay.com

I have an ebay.ca account, but was able to log into the ebay.de website with my ebay.ca i.d. and password
 
CJ Brown

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Wow, that bites. I would make sure you have as many wraps of recoil cord on the pulley as possible, if you haven't already done so. If I ever get the Makita version of that saw, you can be sure I am going to be extra careful with starting it.

Also, have you checked to ensure that your flywheel key hasn't sheared and allowed the flywheel to shift and advance the saw's timing? A long shot, but maybe worth checking.
 
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Wow, that bites. I would make sure you have as many wraps of recoil cord on the pulley as possible, if you haven't already done so. If I ever get the Makita version of that saw, you can be sure I am going to be extra careful with starting it.

Also, have you checked to ensure that your flywheel key hasn't sheared and allowed the flywheel to shift and advance the saw's timing? A long shot, but maybe worth checking.
I did check, and it was good, its just at that certain point it just had a ton of compression all of a sudden, and i forgot about it and pulled and it broke
 
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