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Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by Four Paws, Nov 7, 2008.

  1. jerrycmorrow

    jerrycmorrow Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Looking for a working on/off switch for my craftsman branded poulan 3800. Been using the choke to shut it off but tends to flood it for the next start. What a PITA
     
  2. Steve NW WI

    Steve NW WI Unwanted Riff Raff.

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    Jerry, got any Oly parts saws around? They use a pretty similar switch, good enough anyway unless you're doing a full restore. One of those should be easy to match up at the local auto parts store for about the cost of postage as well. Just got your clutch off and will get it going your way Tuesday. Hope to have time to measure that drum sometime over the weekend as well.
     
  3. Jordan3605

    Jordan3605 ArboristSite Operative

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    looking for a husqvarna 385 piston & cylinder. leads on either would be nice. any other 385 parts like clutch cover.

    ive got a running powermac 310,610 parts,10 series mcculloch bars , cash,etc
     
  4. bplust

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    Bump!
     
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  5. booger1286

    booger1286 ArboristSite Operative

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    Looking for stihl 090 full wrap handle, 090 piston and a good used ms200t top end.
     
  6. Jacob J.

    Jacob J. Tree Freak

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    You're not looking for the easy stuff, are you?
     
  7. Mastermind

    Mastermind Work Saw Specialist

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    While we are hunting........I'll take a good Homelite 750 top end. :cool2:
     
  8. Jacob J.

    Jacob J. Tree Freak

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    Man, you know- those parts are out there somewhere, it's just a matter of finding them.

    I met a retired dealer once who gave me a great deal on a PM "Redhead" that was left over in his shop from 1958, he was 95 at the time.
    He still had two boxes of NOS Mall parts and his son has a NOS Solo Twin top end complete.
     
  9. cowroy

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    Looks like I'm gonna need a 394 ignition module/coil. My saw is a 1992 and out of the warranty grasp, so if anyone has carcass with a good coil laying around, I got parts or cash to trade and stuff. TIA
     
  10. Jacob J.

    Jacob J. Tree Freak

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    I might have one for you. I'm waiting to see if another member is going to need me to send him a 394 coil.
     
  11. Eccentric

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    I'm looking for a good serviceable .404-7 six-spline rim (for those that don't know.......some big Homelites used six-spline rather than seven-spline rims). Oregon used to make these rims for Homelite. Other manufacturers may have as well. I prefer to run .404-7, even on these beasts.

    Alternatively, I'm looking for seven-spline drum that will work on a Homelite 2000/2100. I believe a rim drive drum for/from a Homelite 650/750 will work. For now, I have taken the six-spline drum and .404-8 rim from my Super 2100 'project' and put it on the 2000A (along with a .404-8 six spline rim).

    I also am in need of:

    -A 106DL .404-.063G loop of chain.

    -A 107DL loop of .404-.063G. I have two different 36" bars...........with 107 DL being too long on one of them (dammit). 106DL may work on the 107DL bar.

    -A 70DL loop of 3/8-.058G chain.

    -A rim drive drum for a Poulan 3400-4000 series saw. Oregon 28187X. Herr WC-8058. Poulan 48063.

    -Two rim drive drums for a Poulan 4200-5200 and 306-245 (same drum for both saw families.......I need two of them). Oregon 23706X. Poulan 530010007.

    For trade I have:

    -A 20" 3/8-.058G Oregon PowerMatch replaceable sprocket nose D009 large Husqvarna mount bar. Rails and tip are in very good shape. Some paint left on the bar.

    -Various Homelite/Mac/Poulan parts (including some bars).

    -Some folded green musty presidential pictures.

    -An NOS .404-8 spur drum (I believe it's for an XP1000 thru 1050 Homelite) that a prior owner had installed on my Homelite 2000A. Clutch dragged when the clutch was installed (because the shoes are wider on the 2000A clutch), but the saw was never ran before I took that drum off. Has a new bearing and race.

    -New Windsor 3 rivet 3/8" pitch sprocket noses.

    -New .404 pitch Oregon single rivet sprocket noses.
     
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  12. Jacob J.

    Jacob J. Tree Freak

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    Well guys- I'm needing a PTO side case half for 3120. I have lots to trade or money.
     
  13. Warped5

    Warped5 WingNut

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    Happy Memorial Day fellers ....

    Looking for an adjustable carb from a Shindaiwa 488 ... anybody have one?

    Have ca$h and stuff for trade.
     
  14. Pioneer42

    Pioneer42 ArboristSite Operative

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    I have the following that i am parting out.

    036- The following is left.... Gas tank/handle, clutch/oiler/drum, complete crankcase and crank. Good shape., Recoil, coil, flywheel, chainbrake handle and hardware

    MS180. Very low hours. The following is left... Shortblock in amazing shape, clutch/drum/oiler, brake handle and hardware

    The following 2 saws i would like to sell/trade complete.

    Poulan 3000, Saw came to me to be fixed but then the guy just wanted to buy a new saw. Ran when i squirted gas down the carb and stalled out. Probably just needs a good carb job/fuel lines. I didnt really look it over though.

    Tanaka ECS-370. It was running about 6 months ago.I believe the muffler is loose though. May need a carb job/fuel lines as well.

    Please pm me a trade or cash offer on which ever saw or parts you want and i will get back to you as soon as i can
     
  15. psuiewalsh

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    Tried to PM you on the 036. Mailbox full
     
  16. leecopland

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    poulan/craftsman 2000 gas tank

    I need one of these plastic tanks if anyone has a spare

    Thanks,

    Lee
     
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    How much for the 180 and what is included on a short block ?
     
  18. Modifiedmark

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    Lee, I have those tanks and would be glad to send you one for only the cost of shipping, but it would probably be better if you can find one already in Canada because of the shipping cost.

    If you don't, let me know.
     
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  19. psuiewalsh

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    Looking for a crank for an 066 with poly flywheel. Have stuff to trade and green.
     
  20. huskydude

    huskydude ArboristSite Guru

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    the good with the bad

    I was given a saw this weekend, but it was a mac 3516 :laugh:
    Anybody need a doorstop? Really don't want to ship this, if anybody local wants it, come and take it. Southern NH.
     

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