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Is it the 372xp cylinder spring that swaps to this saw? I've seen a couple people use that instead. But I bet it fatigues the lower springs faster...
I have some old springs, I'll do one tonight and post some pics
Wilhelm that is what we are talking about
It was firmer but I have not noticed a huge increase(negative) in comparison to stock springs. I would say try a high quality rtv silicon(cheap)...
I used a devcon flexane, I can't remember the hardness.
I used some poly tubing on the inside and outside to make the "mold section". I'd fill a...
I filled a couple of my AV with a urathane it worked well to reduce flex that little bit.
See I like it. Now I'm learning stuff.
Not sure what you mean. If I had a diamond file for square file I'd just regular file then follow up with the diamond file to finish. Don't see an...
I wish that a manufacturer made some diamond chisle bit files.
Would be awesome to finish with
Copy that dahmer
Anybody want these for $15 shipped? If not I'll throw them in the parts box.
Hit it with your purse
Dolmar, as far as I know. Made it Portugal, say FAG.
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Sorry guys, should have done that to start
Purchased from Nate, didnt end up needing these, my bearings were good.
$20 shipped for the two
wow listen to that thing sing, 17K you arent kidding.
Yeah! I think that runs better, but hard to tell if its not in the same wood. RPMs see to be happy there with that load.
After seeing the other...
Yes, I saying that I assume at some point he ran an 8 pin... If not, then I'd be curious to see it/try it.
Was just curious is all, not questioning his chains. I haven't seen anything posted about it.
More curious about taking advantage of the torque...
I assuming you ran an 8 pin with a chain that had a little more bite, but I'd be curious to see that if not.
Stroker and all, the torque is there...
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