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Mastermind Meets......Well You Gotta See This Thing

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by Mastermind, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. Mastermind

    Mastermind Work Saw Specialist

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    I sent some rep back your way my friend. :msp_thumbup:

    The piston rings are tough to make from JB Weld.......but we did it. :cool2:

    You should be sorry......I'm proud of you for finally coming clean and admitting your many faults and trespasses here in front of God and everyone. :D
     
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    thomas1 sodium pentothal

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    God was here? I thought he was making muffler mod videos? :confused:
     
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  3. Mastermind

    Mastermind Work Saw Specialist

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    :hmm3grin2orange:

    BTW Jon ain't mad at you........I could gas him up if you want me to though. :msp_sneaky:
     
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    thomas1 sodium pentothal

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    8 hours in the car ought to be just enough time to get him good and steamy. :D
     
  5. Mastermind

    Mastermind Work Saw Specialist

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    Repped!
     
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    thomas1 sodium pentothal

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    I would suggest chili and stuffed cabbage for your roadtrip meal.
     
  7. Trx250r180

    Trx250r180 Saw polisher

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    having to stop for gas will take on a whole new meaning ..............
     
  8. Jacob J.

    Jacob J. Tree Freak

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    Is there ever a time when Jon isn't gassy?
     
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    thomas1 sodium pentothal

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    Not if he knows what's good for him. I think it's connected to his survival instinked.
     
  10. MontanaMan

    MontanaMan ArboristSite Operative

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    Hi: Some quick questions: I've never rebuilt a 2 stroke before. When you shaved the base, did you have to ridge ream the upper end of the jug? And what did you use to shave the base? Machine shop tool or something else?

    Thanks.
     
  11. Eccentric

    Eccentric Mister Wizard

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    There's no ring ridge in the cylinders of these engines, as they have chrome or nickle plated bores. There were saws made with steel/iron liners, but nothing made in the last 30 years or so.
     
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    MontanaMan ArboristSite Operative

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    Well that makes a rebuild a lot easier! Can the bottom of the jug be shaved home-style (like rubbing on emory cloth laid out on a flat piece of marble or glass), or should it only be done with a milling machine or some other shop tool?
     
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    Eccentric Mister Wizard

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    It's usually done on a lathe, as most saw cylinders have 'skirts' that extend below the jug into the crankcase. Not all saw cylinders have those skirts however....
     
  14. nstueve

    nstueve Makita Freak!

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    Emrey cloth would take freaking forever.


    Also to the guy that asked about the 40% improvement over stock... Pssssh! Get outta here! Looks like 100 % improvement over that box of cr*p he got in the mail!
     
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    Mastermind Work Saw Specialist

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    Made that 1000%. :laugh:
     

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