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Jonsered Chainsaws

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by briantutt, May 15, 2009.

  1. taplinhill

    taplinhill Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I have not heard from PB for quite some time now. I too miss his posts. He came over here once to do some blueberry research and we met up and had a good visit.
     
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    Yep...He and I used to get together rather frequently and talk/work on saws or do some cutting..went to a few GTGs etc. I'll have to see if his cell # is still in operation.
     
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    Real1shepherd The Unholy Trinity

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/JONSERED-2077-CHAINSAW-PARTS

    "Odd" is an understatement. This would be like having a nice running V8 and then forcing it to run on 4 cylinders. The only thing I can think of is they wanted a purely limbing saw and corked the dawgs?

    Kevin
     
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    Awesome!! But the shipping is a killer!!!
     
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    beavis331 Wiggle wiggle wiggle

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    Real1shepherd The Unholy Trinity

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    Maybe Scott knows some Italian? I would guess NOS. This is somewhat unrelated but Husky has released new SEM's modules for the 2100/2101. They range from $155-$177 depending on the vendor. I can find no info or motive for this move....or if they fixed the overheating pulse capacitor problem. Tim thinks and I tend to agree, that these are most likely exact reissues of the original modules with no re-engineering. Maybe a trend though on NLA parts ....????

    Think how many early 70E's have been trashed or parted out from those faulty SEM's modules. Although now with J'red gone, there may be no incentive to make those modules again.


    Kevin
     
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    A member is looking for a 49sp service manual. The only service manual I have run across is a small Clymer manual. Is there a better manual? Could I get a copy if there is one?
     

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    bulletpruf ADVANCED CAD!

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    Scott does know some Italian. Of course, this is French. I know some of that, too, but your best bet is to use Google translator. Much more reliable than my French.

    Ciao and au revior, y'all,

    Scott
     
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    bulletpruf ADVANCED CAD!

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    Got another XB crate and some other goodies on the way. Let me know if you see anything you need a copy of.

    Scott

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    I thought it looked like French, but there was Italiano something or other in the wording. I can only recognize English & Spanish, barely.

    Postage is killer on any of that stuff, unless those were the only pieces in the world, which they are not.

    Kevin
     
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    bulletpruf ADVANCED CAD!

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    If it's a killer to ship overseas, you can always send to me, and I can ship stateside. Or I can stuff a few in my suitcase and ship from the east coast in several weeks. Looks like I'll be in Norfolk, VA from January - March for some training.

    Scott
     
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    Real1shepherd The Unholy Trinity

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    And then do you go back overseas Scott, or do you stay here in the States?

    Kevin
     
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    bulletpruf ADVANCED CAD!

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    My tour here ends in July 2018. From there, it looks like I'll do 2-3 years in the states (likely San Antonio). I may end up retiring when that's up, or maybe another tour or two.

    Scott
     
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    Those old J'reds boxes are just fantastic. Wished I had about four of them to keep gear/saws in....course they would be newer saws and not match the original oldies, but I wouldn't care...lol.

    So you think you'll ever make it to the Motherland and talk to some old J'reds factory employees?

    Kevin
     
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    bulletpruf ADVANCED CAD!

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    I had hoped to go to Sweden at some point this summer or fall, but I've been all over the globe, mostly for work -- Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Ethiopia, Morocco, Belgium, Spain, Jordan, Poland, etc. And not looking good for a trip before I leave in January. Right now, April is looking like the best bet.

    Scott
     
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