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Want to Sell Jonsered 670 - Fully Rebuilt

huskydude

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When I got this there was a hole in the air cleaner and it ingested a lot of dirt, so I tore it apart and did a complete, proper rebuild. New bearings, seals, piston, fuel line, filter, carb kit, etc. It also has an NOS air filter. I converted the saw to an internal impulse setup but kept all of the 670 fast idle/choke functionality, so it works perfect.

I have about 5-10 tanks on this and it runs fantastic. I have a 2171 so I really don't need it. I also don't need to sell it. I rebuilt it because I enjoy the process.

The price is 300 plus shipping PHO.


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Very nice saw. Most that are interested will want to know what brand of piston and such you used though.
 
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Meteor of course. Factory clips.
Did you verify that the OEM clips are a close match to the Meteor in terms of diameter? Meteor clips are fine if-

  1. they are C-shaped
  2. they are double-eared and you cut off most of the ear
Personally, I would prefer Meteor clips be used with Meteor pistons and vice versa.

Not busting you, those are just my thoughts after using several hundred Meteor pistons. Your saw is a beaut!!
 
huskydude

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I have a micrometer from my days of rebuilding T5 transmissions that I use to check the clips.
This site has made me paranoid about clip failure, so I always try my best to prevent it.

I haven't done as many saws as you Murph, but I have done probably a dozen with the meteor/factory clip setup.

Appreciate your input though. I think one of the big reasons for using the factory clips was a post from you on a 346 or something where the double eared clip broke.
 
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