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Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by Arrowhead, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. Modifiedmark

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    This is what it looked like at one time. 20140310_183223 (Custom).jpg


    And how the work paid off. 100_3858 (Custom).JPG
     
  2. captain dangers

    captain dangers partner 1633B (skil) chainsaw

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    and here is my old partner p100 super, I havnt used it in anger yet, but I do have a brand new 36 inch Oregon bar and chain combo for it ;o)


     
  3. kz1000

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    Your going to have me putting this sucker together aren't you!:cheers:
     
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    Wish you had a video of that cut Mark!
     
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    Great! Now look what you have done Mark--- I tried to get rid of it! Hey, I ran three screws in the oiler gear and it didn't budge, do I have to heat it? DSC01253.JPG
     

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  6. Modifiedmark

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    I don't remember what I done with that gear. Seems it was threaded and I used a puller on it? Make sure the oiler is pulled out the front first.
    I think the crank seals were the same as the P100 which are standard easy to get metric seals. 15x26x7 and 20x48x7

    Here is the IPL
     

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  7. kz1000

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    Hey! I got the gear off with a little heat. What did you do for a case gasket and do you think a 3120 coil would work. Thanks!
     
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    You started this, I was going to sell it!:D
     
  9. Modifiedmark

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    I think i made a case gasket for it. I don't have a clue on a 3120 coil. I know the coil i posted earlier will work
     
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    I looked up that coil and it fits 3120 also. thanks!
     
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    Got the bearings and added redneck paint job so far. DSC01259.JPG
     
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    It"s ALIVE!!!!! Need to glue some shoes on the clutch but it sounds good. DSC01275.JPG
     
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    Hey, anybody know what other saws used the same clutch as this r440t? All my shoes are shot. Thanks!
     
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    Clutch drum of later models (smaller diameter) - so as p100 will fit your clutch without the glued shoes.
    Also the later p100 clutch will fit.
    E.

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    fechtichmac ArboristSite Operative

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    ...Your clutch has glued linings ?

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    Yes it had glued linings, now has sawdust like parts.
     
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    Like this your clutch will fit the smaller drum,wich are still available
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    Remove the remaining lining...

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    Thanks man, just ordered one for a p100 made after 1977 hope that's right.
     
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    Anyone have a p100 starter spring or a starter assembly they want to sell

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