Thanks Poge! I don't have the service manuals,only the IPLs for 10-10A 1967 & 1972.I do however have the IPLs for the 2-10,1965 & 1970 which look like they used the same muffler style.Of course the baffle part #s are different.(62379A-1965,62379B-1970)Your clutch is missing both #15s for one thing.
I spose that the clangin is not at all the pawls as much as the shoes in there flying around. Those little keepers alugn the clutch shoes up.It's the same story with Bob J.I called him today with my muffler dilemma.I told him it's the 7-10 style muffler on a 10-10 & all I need is a baffle,but good old Mac doesn't give part #s for anything but the pancake muffler.He told me to take the muffler off & mail it to him so he can determine which muffler it is & look to see if he's got a baffle.
Now on to the clutch that rings on the drum like a dinner bell.Here's a pic of the clutch that's on the saw now.I'd like to know why it clangs on the drum like that when it runs?
Yeah,as usual I had to find out the hard way.I know that those pieces that fit in the springs that go from shoe to shoe are not going to be easy to put back in.It's beyond me as to why someone would take them out,or if they had the entire clutch apart why they just left them out.Maybe I'd just be better off getting a different clutch.I spose that the clangin is not at all the pawls as much as the shoes in there flying around. Those little keepers alugn the clutch shoes up.
I'd check the drum/bearing for slop. Then again, some saws I've run just "ping" for no apparent reason and others of the same model don't.I put a different clutch on the 10-10 & got the same results - ring like a dinner bell. I've exhausted my options, I even tried another recoil/cover. Time to strip it down & take it out back for target practice unless someone here can tell me why it's doing this. I even looked at the IPL to make sure I hadn't deleted anything accidentally.
Meanwhile, I started working on another 10-10,this one is a LH start (normal). It needed a fuel tank cover to start & I found one with the screws it needed to put it on the saw. The gasket looked good, so I just put a small bead of Yamabond on it & tightened it down. The recoil was missing a couple screws, so I robbed them off another 10-10 LH start. I also found a good fuel line that I gave a couple wraps of Teflon tape to ensure no leaks. I'll need to rob a couple bar stud nuts from the old 10-10 that's obviously possessed. Next on the agenda is to put a carb on the saw & then fabricate another air filter bracket.