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RedTilDead92

RedTilDead92

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This is a complete running saw, I bought it a few years ago and cut a couple cords of firewood with it. Recently I decided to get it off the shelf and look it over, I pulled the muffler and it has a carbon streak down the exhaust side of the piston. Saw also has a hairline crack in the case below the flywheel. I have no desire to fix it, asking $300 plus shipping PHO. PM me with any questions. 20210817_173756.jpg 20210817_173920.jpg 20210817_173743.jpg 20210817_173809.jpg 20210817_173828.jpg 20210817_173837.jpg 20210817_174800.jpg
 
Lanedrew

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Do you think it could be run with the case crack below the flywheel? Or do you think it should be repaired some kind of way or just replace that case half?
 
RedTilDead92

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I was just planning on drilling a hole at the end of the crack and maybe supporting it with some jb weld and running it. It could be torn down and welded but I wasn't gonna get that involved.
 

furb

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Do you think it could be run with the case crack below the flywheel? Or do you think it should be repaired some kind of way or just replace that case half?
I would drill the end of the crack and run it. This saw is a cheap way to get into a good size saw.
 
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