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Car-guy2

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Pair of bar plates for a Poulan 3700??

We got stuff and long green.
They're not too hard to Fab out of stainless. I made the one on the right for my 3400. The inner is still available for the 3400. I think they're the same as 3700.
 

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67L36Driver

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Remington Logmaster bits needed. Clutch retaining nut. Possibly 9/16" fine LH thread.

And, the tin cover for the points.

We have all sorts of stuff to trade or green gubment stamps.
 
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Hope these pics work. Looking again, perhaps if i could find the long bolt that bolts the 2 halves together at the rear might do the trick as the crack is not right through the case. of course the bolt is NLA IMG-20161024-00024.jpg IMG-20161024-00025.jpg IMG-20161024-00025.jpg
 
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id be tempted to try redkote or somethin like that on em first. bolts/screws shouldn't be too hard to find or make. if ya got measurements, I got parts saws I can rob.
be a bit of a job doin that [weldin] properly.
 
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Digging into this saw further, I'm amazed at the amount of saw cake that was Under the oil pump cover. Have to wonder about the design. I don't think the oil leak was from the crack as it's on the fuel side of the case. Bolt looks to be about 2 to 2 1/2 inches and I would guess the same size as the other bolts that hold the case together. So with the bolt and a new decomp or plug I might be nearly good to go. Wow how do you get the carb rods, throttle and choke, off easily? I ended up taking the handle apart.
Thanks for your help

Lee
 
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There's a good chance it's a 10-24 bolt. It looks like a blind hole. Maybe the PO put a bolt too long in there and cracked the case. You should be able to find a 10-24 bolt that length or longer and cut it down. The thread count and bolt size should be the same as the other case bolts.

Stick a wire or a smaller drill bit in the hole and get a proper measurement
 
Gearhead1

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Hello, I'm looking for a crankshaft for a McCulloch Super 250, 300, 380, or 440. It must be tapered with a keyway on the clutch side, not the thread on clutch style. Thank you
 
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Found a viable alternative for large Tilly HL on big Homies.

The china clone of the Stihl 070/090 carb is cheap on evilbay and with some work (swap throttle & choke shafts) can be made to work.
 

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The china clone of the Stihl 070/090 carb is cheap on evilbay and with some work (swap throttle & choke shafts) can be made to work.
I've got one of them with the shafts swapped over in my Mac Super 44A and another one coming for the 790 I picked up recently. They need the 'low profile' fuel pump/filter/inlet section on the bottom of the carb in order to fit the air box on a lot of saws fyi.
 
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