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Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by FATGUY, May 6, 2009.

  1. JeremiahJohnson

    JeremiahJohnson Redneck Chainsaw Repair

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    Were you the one looking for the little 2400 here. I know there was guy on my site too. Found one.
     
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    I was looking for one last year but I have found 2 of them now, that is enough for me.
     
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    Was running a couple saws today. Started bucking up some large rounds. Poulan 475 and the Poulan Predator 335. Good running saws.

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    fossil Eh?

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    That PP475 is an animal.
     
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    I have not had to touch that saw since you ran it. It is a great runner. That PTO crank seal was a hard one to find.
     
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    Looking for a clutch cover for a craftsman 3.7. Prefer gray but would settle for different color
     
  7. fossil

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    It might be easier to find a 2077 case for it than a seal now.

    That was a great GTG.
     
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    That's a really nice 475, dig the full wrap handle on it too.
    If it runs anything like my 4900...it should be a real cutter.

    Is the 505 the same saw with just a larger top end?
     
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    yea, I had one but sold it years ago. Believe it was 83ccs.

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    That sounds right. PP-475 = 77cc PP-505 = 83cc

    My 4900 is also 77cc, very powerful saw for its overall size. I rarely have to get out anything larger.
     
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    Yep Flintknapper has it right.
     
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    That is sort of my big saw small saw combo for awhile too. But in 505 or 445 then the 3.3 black blue = predator 335.

    Tim hooked me up with one of those seals at the poulan gtg. Then I found a few more in some NOS oil pump kits.

    If you dont have pto seal 415 475. You need to split case and use the 425 445 505 set up for pto side. OE 372 seal is the fly side.

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    Kensie1988 Vintage Saw Maniac

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    I was under the impression you could still buy the big poulan countervibe mounts strait from the manufacturer as long as you had the size and thread pitches, does anyone know anything about this. I tried searching this thread but couldnt find anything on it.
     
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    What mount you trying to find, Model please.

    Steve
     
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    It would be for the 42/44/49/52/54/69/77/8500 saws

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    They were out of stock for awhile because they went to a different manufacturer when I inquired them a few months ago. They are in stock now, just a different part number from when I had ordered them. Installed 6 on my 5200 and seemed to be holding up.

    Steve
     
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    501699401 (hard),501773501(soft) for Husqvarna 61,66,266,268,272 xp is a direct fit considering the dimensions but you must retap the tank threads with a drywall screw/concrete screw.I need to replace the 2 frond on my 4200.Last time i replaced the upper right (i think that the 2 upper are different from the 4 lowers),i got it from Tim among a bunch of NOS gaskets,piston rings,crank seals and some other goodies.
     
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    Should have been the same mount, all 6 I replaced went in without any problems, just retaped to metric thread pitch. The ones you installed are for the plastic tank type if I'm not mistaken.

    Steve
     
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    The threads in the tank are 12/24 and the ones that Steve did are 6x1.0 mm. I'm sure you don't even have to drill anything just get the mm tap. I used the ones from a 3400 that go by the handle on my 4200 that I had but they are a little soft but they work. Think I will try and get some from Jacks.
     
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