Discussion in 'Support & Announcements' started by Darin, Aug 30, 2015.
We cannot know for sure if it's sponsored or not. And there's nothing to lose if it really is good.
For sale Homelite XL 921 old blue
with a 36 bar. this is a great running saw $900.00
Homelite C72 for sale this saw is in really great shape for a 50 years old can email photos if interested 500.00
For Sale Homelite XL 921 great condition new 36inch bar and chain
Having problem with my Vermeer stump grinder sc252 the only way I can start it is by the starter put in the screwdriver can anybody help me why I can't start it with the key
Im about to plant a bunch of thuja green giant trees and want to put them next to my fence. I have about 3 feet between the fence and a side walk. I'm only worried if the fence could sustain any damage. The sidewalk is old and never used. Should i be concerned? Thanks in advance
Looking for Sthil Bow Blade
Was wondering if you stock parts or know where to access parts for a vintage chainsaw. Its a 1971 SP125 Model Num: 600076.
Parts required include,
PART NUMBER PART DESCRIPTION
85459 Guard muffler
85117 Muffler assembly
65578 Gasket-crankcase bottom cover
86125 Gasket-oil housing
85539 Piston assembly
85608 Piston ring set
85273 Piston ring retaining
85606 Connecting rod assembly
85607 Roller-needle (set of 22)
85420 Roller- needle (set of 24)
Any assistance with being able to locate these parts would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I have a 1986 Ford F600 with an Asplundh L-32 bucket lift. The cable to the single man bucket snapped and I need to replace it. Does anyone know where I can purchase a new cable?
I am trying to repair a Pioneer 1200 A chainsaw. I need a connecting rod, bearings for top and bottom of rod, ring kit, wrist pin. This is an old chainsaw and I'd like to repair it. Are there any different parts numbers that might be compatible/interchanged with numbers below:
Ring Kit #471698
Roller Needle Kit #471493
Wrist Pin Bearing #429444
Cap Screws #311761
Rod Kit #471854 (Rod, Cap Screws, Wrist Pin set)
This is all new to me using the web to search parts and assistance. Thanks if you can help
How do I start a new thread or discussion topic? For example, I am deciding between stump grinders, Carlton 5014 (last years model with 10 hrs, 44 HP kubota dzl, tracks, no remote for $34,000 VS. New Rayco RG 55 with new Kubota gasser 55 HP, wheeled, no remote $44,000)
How to stop tree rot on the inside of a large hickory tree ?
Quite disappointed with my restoration chain saw.For months that I tried to order Stihl gray paint but unsuccessful, all the seller refused to ship to Canada, yet I ordered paint Husqvarna orange without problem, trouble-free delivery with USPS I also looked for Ford light gray paint as advised on the site but without success also, all refuses to ship. After buying all the parts I am obliged to abandon the project. Thanks anyway to all those who have helped me
I have a 70 foot hi ranger it stopped flying while going up the electric motor is fried I have 2 ?s is there a place to buy used parts and is the electric motor just a safety to get the boom down or is it needed for the boom
It’s a 1987 model
When bleeding the thumb valves on my 87 hi ranger 70 boom I’m making air instead of bleeding it HELP
i have a old husky model 61 I want to know what year it was manufactured. it is orange has a metal chain stop and the top shroud it dark gray.Underneath it only says made in Sweden 501 68 61.Right below that it says EM. original. does anyone know what this means?
I’m looking for parts/prices for an 075av, bout a 1980, was told it’s rated for up to a 60” bar with Suicide handles. I’ve been running a 36”& downsized to a 3/8 chain from a 404. Had a 4’ ash tree split as I was felling it...I shut it down and ran n watch my poor saw get spit 20’, which in turn cracked the main case where the handle is mounted....bar oil leaks out if I store it with oil. Miss it n Need it. Want to fix
Dumb question....how do I get the posts to be displayed with newest at top , so that I don’t have to scroll to bottom on long threads?
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