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  1. fossil

    fossil Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Thanks Carl. It is there. 0.020". Appreciate the reply.
     
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    67L36Driver Here For The Long Haul!

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    The SL-5R uses 9/16”.
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    I bought a Super 990 and the chain came with it.
     
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    Found the bolt size for the rear handle lower holes and feeling pretty stupid I asked.
     
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    Most common size used on Remington and Homelite back then is #12-24.

    I have a Helicoil repair kit for that size. Left over from when I ran Holly carb on my vet. Leaky float bowel screws.
     
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    Some of the screws didn't give sizes but the one I was looking for did on the IPL . The 990 seems to be mostly 1/4-20 with a few number 12's and at least one 1/4-28 nut. The crank nut is a fine 7/16 thread.

    Almost back together now. I picked up a couple of 1/4-20 square nuts tonight for the rear handle upper bolts and then add the front handlebar and clutch. I hope to hell it runs.

    I must have 20 hours in cleaning as the saw cake had dried out and was tough to get off. The tanks were clean. Bit of a pain to assemble it all. I did manage to cross the FW side seal with an exact replacement SKF seal. Kind of an oddball seal.
     
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    Super 990 finally together and ready for a test start. I think it runs pretty well so far. I need to get it in a bit of wood.

     
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