I used to hoard, I mean collect snowmachines too. I joke that I spent my youth pulling on the cord of a Cat and even rode one once.Yes it is, you know your vintage cats. I used to collect vintage snowmobiles until it got to expensive and we lost the storage shed. Saws are a little cheaper and a lot easier to hide from the wife.
I remember 1 motoski with a big 1 lunger Hirth. Ran great as long as ya never shut it off. Ether was about as good as pissing on it. Lynx and Cheetah were much more reliable!
I was just gonna say something snide about the MAC’s they had on the landings in the middle 70’s; pulled on them all day and one started....lol!LOL....Sounds just like my youth with a McCulloch...….!!!!
I've got a torch, a band saw, grinders, etc. But I'm thinking about grabbing one of my west coast dogs and going to get a few cut with a waterjet.Hey Scott,
If you have a cutting torch, just cut a dawg with a template you make from another one. I used to do that all the time with just regular mild steel; knock the slag off, do some hand grinding and voila.
I should offer you my 111S back that I bought from you for the same price. But I guess I'll replace the gas lines, rebuild the carb, check the points out, put new crank seals on and see what I've got.
Well there's your problem you had Cats! My old Yamahas and Polaris always seemed to start, lol.
Yes they can in most J'reds. In the larger saws like the 80/801/90/111S it's a 30mmx15mmx6mm seal. But you can use the more common 30mmx15mmx7mm seal. I'm not sure on the smaller saws like the 70e.Can seals be done without splitting case? Anyone got the numbers for the seals?