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  1. usmcbuckwild

    usmcbuckwild Pinnacle OPE Member

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    A little JB weld, some duct tape and a dab of super glue; good as new
     
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    I decided it was time to sort through some duplicate saws, decide which ones to keep for the museum and which to move along to folks that can make good use of them.

    5 of the 10-10S models, three of them have the Special Edition label but I am doubtful about the one with the yellow flywheel cover.

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    I have the one on the right totally disassembled now for the full treatment, thorough cleaning, rings, seals, tank gasket, whatever else it needs. Should be done tomorrow unless I run into something really unexpected.

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  3. Mkinslow

    Mkinslow Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Lol that old saw has been through the ringer I tell ya that. I still haven't told him how bad it actually is.

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    Mkinslow Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Yeah I was mostly messing around. I think it actually twisted the cases a little

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  5. 460 magnum

    460 magnum Pinnacle OPE Member

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    This should work 20181011_211309.jpg 20181011_211255.jpg
    This is what cheap tools were made for
     
  6. srcarr52

    srcarr52 We can't stop here, th1s is bat country!

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    That might be too far gone.
     
  7. Mkinslow

    Mkinslow Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Yes sir I believe it is.

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  8. Cut4fun

    Cut4fun Redneck Chainsaw Repair

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    Why the heck do folks still buy these clutch drums with them freaking holes in them. Horrible idea.

    Plus a new sign today. Being owner was doing me a favor on the sign. I gave him 30mins of free labor and his saw back at no cost too.

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  9. Czed

    Czed Jon1212 Approved!

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    Got a nice 268 in to fix 20181012_155541.jpg 20181012_155602.jpg
    The guy says it
    Won't stay running
    hard to pull when it does start.
    He just got it he didn't know the history.
     
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    XPfuzz Well-Known OPE Member

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    Nice 268xp !!
     
  11. Czed

    Czed Jon1212 Approved!

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    Wait until i clean it up
    Very low hour saw
    Haven't seen one locally for years
     
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  13. Onan18

    Onan18 OPE Sponsor

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    For the record, not mine and not for sale.
     
  14. Frank bierce

    Frank bierce ONE OF THE GREATEST!

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    Hey, is that 268 yours, and is it for sale?? ;). Beautiful saw!!!
     
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    Frank bierce ONE OF THE GREATEST!

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    My first 084 to play with. Got it in a lot of saws yesterday. Someone tried rebuilding at some point o_O:eek:
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  17. Cut4fun

    Cut4fun Redneck Chainsaw Repair

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    Super nice 268's.
    Let me add a ratty looking 268xp to the pack.

    This one was a 87 SE on tag but XP transition.

    From thread we had on them=
    [quote author=Spike60 link=topic=178.msg1385#msg1385 date=1301084988]
    I'm betting that Cut4's 268 is a 1987 model. They may have continued putting SE on the ID tag for part of the year, as they had been doing with the 266.

    Easy to read those tags. The first number, in that case would be a 7, indicating 1987. The second two numbers indicate the week of that year that the saw was produced.

    I went an looked at a bunch of IPL's and such, and I'm satisfied that there never was a model 268SE. All of the top cover and starter decals from the earliest 268 IPL are "XP", up until the open port 268 came out.

    The 266 of course does show both SE and XP model decals, with the change taking place from 1986 to 1987.
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    [quote author=Spike60 link=topic=178.msg1397#msg1397 date=1301108334]
    My guess was right, that's a 1987. Made in week 47, which would be mid November.

    As to why they were still putting SE on those tags after SE had been superceded by XP, there probably isn't really an answer that would explain it. Maybe nobody reset the machine that made the tags. LOL
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  18. Cut4fun

    Cut4fun Redneck Chainsaw Repair

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    Fire Dept saw I bought. Waiting it's turn in line.
    Paying saws first.

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    Cut4fun Redneck Chainsaw Repair

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    Mkinslow Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Dang man that poulan is cool.

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