Discussion in 'Off the Topic Forum' started by KD57, Jul 8, 2009.
2005 week 40.
The top row or numbers are the "part number" (item number) for the complete powerhead.
Good afternoon moon.
Nice score on the 350.
The 340 is the same saw with a smaller cylinder, grab that up and even if you don't do something with it it could be sold easy for 75 plus shipping as long as the cases are not burnt from the muffler coming loose. Or you could ask "someone" to put a 346 cylinder on it. There are a lot of extra 350 cylinders around for very cheap as well, and you of all people know they make a fine saw even in stock form.
It's the LP/picco bar typically, normal weight though.
Good afternoon Brian.
Just keep her away from @Woos31 wife, don't need anything like that happening .
Getting cold down there Del.
It's warmed up a good bit up here.
Have a great day.
Hope your talking about the weather Sage and not how your doing .
Have a great say .
That's awesome Mark.
Here's a funny video, been in one or two of these scenarios so I feel I can laugh all I want at them.
Beware swearing and inappropriate speech including the narration, not family friendly.
Good afternoon Dave.
Reminds me of a guy who broke down in his ford f350 diesel out in front of our house a couple weeks ago, he asked me if my suburban could tow his, I said my chevy real likes towing broke down fords . That being said I wish I had a nice f350 crewcab diesel again .
Working on any saws lately.
Good afternoon Bobby.
You sure it's just the blood type .
I'm rejoicing thanks .
I would of said probably not and walked away ,
Good neighbors are hard to find.
It would be nice to have a few, I try hard to be a good neighbor myself as I figure change starts with me .
Two hands can sure make light work, and even if they are only standing there sometimes it's nice just to have someone to talk to.
Have a great day, hope you get everything done you need to today.
I used to have a little Mazda 323 and a guy was broke down in his truck, another guy with a mid 2000 dodge(the ones that had a lot of tranny problems) and asked if he needed help, I was already getting a small strap out and the guy was laughing, I said at least my tranny won't burn up , then I towed the first guy down the rd no problem.
Thanks - the credit really should go to our old AS friend @Lou, that gave me the necessary input on how to get around the photobucket created trouble.
Pro-Lite used to be the highest quality laminated Oregon bars in .325 and 3/8 (similar quality bars were called Pro 91 in 3/8" low profile, at least most of the time).
Micro-Lite used to be relatively cheap narrow kerf bars in .325 and 3/8" low profile (Micro-Lite Pro was the higher quality option).
Hi Todd,I'm doing fine thank you,Our area was very lucky,No flooding very little wind damage.The only thing we're doing with out is cable TV.How are you?
That statement was about me. LiL bit better this afternoon, but my experience tells me that it gets worse around sunset.
Okay; What do I do here? My LiL Massey Ferguson tractor starts alright but the solenoid continues to run for several seconds, even after I turn off the engine.
Might have a sticky ignition switch or starter button ,
Good evening,Hope everyone had a good day
Good evening everyone!
Hope all is well with you all.
Bummer, I was hoping you were talking about the weather.
Sounds like the starter is hanging up. I'm not sure what kind of starter it has, but if it has the solenoid on the starter it could be the bendix hanging up on the shaft, the lever between the solenoid and the starter that pushes the bend out, or a weak spring in the solenoid. Then the other thing is the switch which I'm guessing is a button you push after you turn the key on.
Try jumping across the solenoid with a screwdriver from the hot cable to the lead on the solenoid start the engine with the ignition switch off. If it keeps cranking your solenoid is bad. If it stops cranking when you stop jumping it, voltage is being applied to the solenoid
probably from a defective push button, if not I'd guess it's one of the other issues above which are all remedied by replacing the whole unit or messing with the individual parts within the starter/solenoid.
Hope that helps, and I hope your feeling better.
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