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Pioneer chainsaws

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by petesoldsaw, Jun 21, 2008.

  1. 2stroke_shaman

    2stroke_shaman ArboristSite Member

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    Thats a good lookin saw . Thanks for the scan of the spike . Looks like it might fit my 14/20. I'll fit it before drilling






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  2. fossil

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    Doing a little fab work on the 3200. I banged out a spark plug cover and made a spike from the scan Cory provided. Didn't put one scratch on the paint either.

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    How did those saws do clearing noodles? It doesn't look like there was much room under the clutch cover.
     
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    Is that sweet 3200 a runner? Have a bar for it yet? Gotta see some chips eh!
     
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    Sure is Walter. I can use a D096 bar with a spacer in front of the bar slot so I can tension the chain plus a couple of springs over the studs. Runs strong and it's very light for a 77cc saw. I have the 16" hard nose that came with it.
     
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    Ear plugs and a good set of anti vibe gloves optional
     
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    I posted this up a few pages ago Walter. Next run I'll try an 8 pin rim and see how that goes.
    I think the short sleve days are gone.

     
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    l seen a earlier post on this subject. This is my removal tool for the seat removal. the snap on socket also works , you can grind down any other 5/16" socket as previously mention as well.
     

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    Picked these up Saturday morning P50/P42/41/40/
    and two P28,s one Homelite 410
     

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    The epoxy/ stud looks good . Well done!
     
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    I love the info sharing on this site. All for one . We are keeping history alive.
     
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    What did I do with that flywheel nut ? LOL not the flywheel I want to work on but duty calls.

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    What I want to learn is welding on these saws like the repair on the recoil fins . Tig ?

    Tom
     

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    I sure would like a TIG welder to learn on. The flywheels are likely aluminum but I'm not so sure. So many diecast products are magnesium as it diecasts very well.

    Rocketnorton would be a good guy to get in touch with regarding TIG stuff.
     
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    Sorry for posting that yellow thing here!
    My bad!
     
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    Just kidding Walter. I can't throw stones in that area.
     
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    Suck squeeze spark bang . All related .
     
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    suck squeeze bang blow. how we were splained in school
    tig: jugs & fw are alum. rest of saws is mag in most cases. some old sandcast stuff is alum. poulan & pioneer come to mind.
    never welded on flywheels. if one fin was broke, id prolly just take one opposite it off.
     
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