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Sawsrusinc

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I got this saw a few weeks ago and it would not pull fuel from the tank. The saw had been sitting for some time unused. I found the fuel line to have no filter on the end of it so I replaced the filter. I can get the saw to start and run for a little bit then it dies out. It is not getting fuel. I also removed the handle and found some missing bolts on the muffler. I replaced the bolts and the muffler is tight. The saw did not have a chip screen on the flywheel side and I had one that I had to fix but it is on and it works. I also replaced the pull cord. The piston and cylinder look good with some minimal wear. Compression checked out at almost 160 psi on my gauge. All of the bolts and screws are present and tight on the saw. I am sure with a carburetor kit and some new fuel lines this would make someone a very nice saw. The bar on it is 28 inches and the chain has plenty of life left. I don't have the time to work on it anymore so I am offering it for sale. I would do 300 plus shipping PayPal F&F. Please PM if interested, Thank you
 

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