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I know its not a chainsaw but its close

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by dans3kgt, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. Marc Liebeskind

    Marc Liebeskind ArboristSite Lurker

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    I have an S80/14, your saw's little brother. There is also an S80/12. I am looking for parts myself. Were you able to locate a parts source or compatible parts? Diamant Boart says a chainsaw shop might have something as its like other saws (perhaps she didn't want to tell me) - wonder what it actually is compatible with. Any help would be appreciated!
     
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    jltrent ArboristSite Operative

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    Just about every time I start a project like that I start getting in and before I know it I am in over my head in cost that is more than the item is worth. I would go through the saw good and make a list and total before starting as parts are unreal high, especially after you add shipping for every little part.
     
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    Its very interesting, I found by accident that these Target Quickie Cut saws made by Diamant Boart appear to be the same as Olympyk and Efco. And parts are still available from Efco that Diamant Boart no longer has.
     
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    Fortunately, I was able to get it running. Was able to find replacement pawl and starter rope. It started right up. Paid $50 for it.
     

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