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

  1. Kensie1988

    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    I'll definitely play around with it and see, if it's too much I'll drop it down, my buddy across the road has a Bridgeport mill, so if I have to make a 10mm mount I can with relative ease.

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    So I just measured it, it's 35" and if you subtract the spikes it's only 33" of cutting length lol

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    Yes this angle does make that bar look huuuge[​IMG]

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    Yes. but that's only part of it....it has oversized screws (length) that were made for it too.

    The thing about the copper mesh filter is that it's a poor filter....you'll fill you crankcase bearings with sawdust.....with that wonder screen. Like I said the flocked filters were on eBay forever....but expensive. I think it was mostly the same seller...I'd wait until he dropped the price $5 and then buy a few......we played that game for yrs.

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    Is it the ones that are $55 right now lol
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    I'm going by what they ran on the 910 here, which has slightly more cc's/rpm....they ran a 36" 3/8 bar in the woods. I have no idea what chain....don't remember. I think you'd be fine on the 80 with 32" 3/8" bar and full-comp chisel. That may be close to what they ran in the woods on the 910.....chain-wise style.

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    Well this bar did come off my 920 lol I may get a 32" Tsumara and mill it to 10mm from 9.5mm

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    I don’t know how true the Tsumara bar slots are, but try it first before milling. I had quite a few large mount Husky bars that fit right up on 10mm J’reds.

    Niko tried to tell me that’s not possible, but I assured him it happened. You’re only talking about a small difference in mass produced bars.


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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    Yeah I will test it first for sure, .5mm is probably within most manufacturers tolerances

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    Thx Kevin. I have that on mine. Just making sure that’s what you were referring to, I’ll check out the filter.
    Does the flat bottom circle AF cover work or different one needed ?


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    Yep. Ya want to share it like step-kids : ))


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    This is mine, came with the original 22” roller tip bar also [​IMG][​IMG]

    Is that little tube protrusion for a wrap or a chain catcher perhaps
    [​IMG]


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    I see yours has the same hole mine got when I ripped the pipe out trying to pull the spark arrestor screen

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    Spikes? I thought that was a kickstand................
     
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    Copied the ipl and sent to @Drptrch
     
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    Err......even the SM just shows that sucky copper A/F and the flat bottom cover. My old 80 IPL does not show the flocked filter or the round cover.

    You will need the round cover for the flocked filter....it's longer, the filter. And the round A/F cover will have a screw in it with a keeper. Make sure if you find the round cover it has the screw with keeper or you'll never find those by themselves.

    I have a couple of flocked filters I've abandoned because some of the flocking has come off. I searched for info all over the Net on the process for flocking nylon mesh A/F's......found next to nothing. It can't be that hard, except it has to be gas/oil worthy....the adhesive stuff.

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    That looks like the flocked filter and it's certainly the round A/F and part #. It would be impossible to illustrate a flocked filter, so I'm sure the one pictured is supposed to be flocked. Besides, the flat bottom A/F cover will not work with the flocked filter.

    I think those are all the correct #'s for the flocked filter and the round A/F cover. Now you guys just have to find them....lol.

    The round cover is recessed conical so the screw can reach in and catch. I don't think I've ever seen a round, nylon mesh A/F for J'reds that wasn't originally flocked.

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    Big bark dawgs fer sure....lol!

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    I like them big dawgs lol As long as they look cool like those, I dont like the big ones with like 6 or 8 prongs, 3-5 is my sweet spot
     
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