Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by caleath, Jan 6, 2011.
Something besides eBay buying eh.
Can`t wait til those NOS 064 parts arrive, going to pull your 064 off the shelf and clean it all up, put those shiny new parts on and it will go back on the shelf again, don`t want to dirty her up.
Hope they get there fast , but with the mail the way it is ??
Haven't bought much lately . Just a couple parts . LOL
Seems to take longer getting into Canada than the other way around. I am waiting for Jimmy to get his parts and we will see if there is much difference. You sent off my parts one day ahead of me sending his off, I paid for a faster delivery so we will see.
Best to stay away from eBay, too easy to spend monies looking through the stuff on there. Shipping got way out of hand also so only buy what is absolutely necessary from there now.
Hey Kevin, how`s the snow melting up there?
Havn`t heard from Bobby lately, hope he is ok.
Seems anywhere from 2 weeks to a month to get up there from here . LOL
Shipping seems to have went way up !
I had to change the carb out on the 024 for now, the HU was wonky after running it for one afternoon, each time I took it out to cut it would start but needed to be re adjusted ever more towards the rich side, would cut fine but next trip out same thing, had the L screw out 3.5 turns last trip so I sawpped in an HT 194 and it dialed in perfect. I think the check valve went in the HU so shelved it for now, rebuild it later.
Really, well over a hundred now to ship a whole saw, when we first started this it was around $45. for a saw and 20" bar.
I got the 026 all air tight again, both new seals and an intake boot, tuned up and cut a truckload of nice dry black spruce with it, now its all dusty again plus bar oil goop on the front of the case. Ported up another 026 cylinder and piston so must pull another 026 out of the sideliners and do it up.
Started to clean up another 044 Arctic, what a mess of caked on oil and sawdust, will make another great runner though, like I need 8 of them,..not.
Just did a stripped sparkplug repair with a timesert, sealed it in and did a vac test on it, sparkplug sealed tight so its ready to re install. 4 more saws sitting waiting for port work, guess I better get busy soon. See John, you need a hobby again....LOL
Can't member what the last one cost me I sent out ? Been too long ago . LOL
Trouble is , aint a lot I can do any more . LOL
Ya have to keep doing something or ya will seize up.
Nothin here to see folks , move along .
Oh my sawdust!
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