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has no power ??????????????

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by o8f150, Dec 5, 2014.

  1. sgrizz

    sgrizz ArboristSite Guru

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    Im thinking the problem isn't the saw . Its what the operator was drinking before posting his( no power) issue .
    :p
     
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  2. jughead500

    jughead500 Sasquatch

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    Your missing your magical piltz dust and dual dawgz.
     
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  3. bluesportster02

    bluesportster02 fire wood hack

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    maybe it has a pop up piston in it ;)
     
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  4. PA Plumber

    PA Plumber Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Yep, needs some points.

    Point 1 - Change the gear oil.
    Point 2 - Semi skip picco is a much better option with 32" and longer bars.
    Point 3 - Dual felling dogs for feeding into the wood more smoothly.
    Etc....
     
  5. cat-face timber

    cat-face timber Knot Bumper

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    Sir,

    You know that the Husky BAR is just too much for that steel saw, now if you put a 60" steel bar on it, then you would have a saw like all other steel users.. working on it while the men with REAL saws do the work.. WILDTHANGS~

    AND

    "I have a potty mouth".
     
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  6. jbighump

    jbighump ArboristSite Guru

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    Sounds like its slightly rich ,, tune to 16k rpms and repeat...i almost forgot add one ounce of crisco to your fuel for a good mixture....
     
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  7. Full Chisel

    Full Chisel Slingin' Stihls and runnin' Huskies

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    Hell, add some lard and bacon grease...those big girls will be flocking in from every direction when they get a whiff of those 2 stroke clouds!
     
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    Get a real saw, and put that toy away!
     
  9. cat-face timber

    cat-face timber Knot Bumper

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    Agreed... you need a Either a Husky 3120XP or a Wildthing!
     
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    Maybe you should have a Snackie or two sit on the saw to drive it through the hardwood? You probably wouldn't need to start the saw..... except maybe to vibrate the walmart girls....
     
  11. Red97

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    Sounds like a Stihl thing?? My super ez runs a 60" .404x.050 full comp have to run the chain a lil loose, and mix 16:1 with lard But the plitz racing sprocket is the secret ingredient. Who needs a pole saw. LOL

    [​IMG]
     
  12. jughead500

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    Dont tell anybody but I did get some piltz dual dawgz today....oh $ h!t im out in public.happy burfday too me.:clap: Oh damn corona is worse than truth serum. :rock:
     
  13. abramj

    abramj Just an average Joe

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    The bar is NOT the problem, that saw will do just fine after you "Bore and Stroke" it. I say go about .50" over and a good pop-up. You'll be fine.
     
  14. Locust Cutter

    Locust Cutter Sawing for Sanity

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    Well, if you were running the Plitz (Piltz? SP?) Extra-Super duper kinda-chisel chipper chain, (extra aggressive and low drag) you too pull a 48" Cannon. Al you need to do is remove the high-side Jet, install a fuel line into the cylinder, put on a HD2 and always wear sneakers when cutting... Jeesh...
     
  15. kz1000

    kz1000 fixumologist

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    THAT'S FUNNY!
     
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    o8f150 Tree Freak

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    well I got a lot more power out of it,,,,, I added a 20 gallon nitrous oxide tank to it,,,, man,,, kick the nitro in and it will fly with the bar buried in oak
     
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  17. Trx250r180

    Trx250r180 Saw polisher

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    Maybe your blade was upside down ,try flipping it too the sharp side
     
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    Scottso, I heard you can bolt up a 170 power head to the PTO on a Craftsman lawn tractor as a 'force multiplier' to really rock & roll.
     
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  19. VinceGU05

    VinceGU05 PSA vitim.

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    muffler mesh or air filter is blocked up. look into those scott.
     
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    You guys are a mess
     

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