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

  1. Real1shepherd

    Real1shepherd The Unholy Trinity

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    I haven't really looked, but Kevin in SK was going to dump a lot of J'reds stuff on eBay....it will all be high priced. Once all gone, the parts prices should drop back down again....hopefully. It's like the old adage; 'You can ask whatever you want, but what you actually GET is something usually different.' I think his seller handle is: 123.sawman

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    Looking for a spark boot cover for a 80 if anyone’s got one laying around
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    Real1shepherd The Unholy Trinity

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    I think I only have a couple on saws. Most of them got tossed if the saw was used a lot. I used to see them occasionally come up on the bay. I have no spares, sorry.

    Kinda like the original hand guards bolted to the top cover. I might have one of those...hate 'em.

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    All good. I know not a necessity


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    Got the 510sp up and running! After countless hours of cleaning and replaceing both seals, av buffers and gift from "Jeff Lary" that made a lot of this possible. He's a super good dude who deserves another thank you. I started it up this morning and it runs fantastic. IMG_20190208_115624960.jpg IMG_20190208_164705086.jpg IMG_20190208_115614020.jpg
     
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    They are nice yard/limbing saw. Inspite of the lack of love they get here. I'd run it!
     
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    I am glad it turned out good for you. Those parts most likely would just sit here in a box till someone some day threw them all away.
     
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    I've got quite a few!!! LOL!! Spent some time in the new parts bin last night....found a NOS Dolmar 120 Super piston....at least that's what I think it is...certainly not Jonsereds....twin ring, crowned piston in 49mm......also unexpectedly found a NOS heated handle switch for a 451EV too!!! Those are the proverbial "Hen's Teeth" right there!!!!
     
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    Looks like a decent bar.

    Just five yrs or so back I was able to find 10mm bars in .058, .404 on the bay. I don't see much of anything anymore in .404 . Tim helped me score a partial roll of .058, .404 skip-tooth a few yrs back. That chain has all but disappeared in that gauge.

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    I finally got my 80 ready to go, now I just need some big wood to run it in, I tested it out in some 28" dry yellow pine and it ran phenomenal[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    How much bar is that?

    It looks like a yardstick & a 1/4.


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    Ya know me and 80’s with full-wraps....saw sex...lol.

    I’m not sure how long you can go with a 3/8” bar....probably 32”. With a ,404 and skip-tooth, definitely 28” is your limit.

    Looks like you have the flat bottom A/F cover and the copper screen mesh filter? Throw those away and get the round cover with the flocked filter. That copper screen mesh filter setup is junk.

    Also if you can find it, there's a black, flat plastic wing that screws into the bottom of the trigger handle. Really helps the saw sit on the ground with bigger bars.

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    It's either 34" or 36", I can't remember off the top of the top of my head, that bar is swapped between three different saws with 10mm mouns

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    Cool.

    The 910/20/30 is a Stihl 14mm mount, right?


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    I think the bar is a little bigger, it's full comp .375 chisel, Currently the only big bar I have in that mount currently so it will have to do, I need to find one around 32"

    And if I new where to get that filter setup I would lol

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    No they are a 10mm mount, but the 930 had large husky studs at some point in production, the 14mm was the large dolmar mount

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    Yeah, looks longer than 32". You want to be careful not to overload the saw with too much B&C....good way to smoke your motor in a hurry if/when you stall the bar in a cut......lots of torque going on there.

    Those flocked filters and A/F covers were perpetually on eBay for yr & yrs....maybe they're all gone now.:(

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    That's because they had almost become a Husky during the 930 production.

    All I can say is I'm sure glad I stockpiled old J'reds parts over the yrs....it's going to be a rough ride from here out.

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    Interested in the filter set-up also

    This the wing you speak of:
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