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Definitive Dave

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All are our own scans from our hard copys, compressed to fit here more easily

includes:
July of 1987 IPL for the 034
June of 1993 IPL for the 034 - pages scanned in reverse order
June of 1992 IPL for the 036
All of the following technical bulletins relating to the 034, 034 Super and 036


034 and 036 technical bulletin summary

June 21st, 1995 - TI 28.95 - modified tank housing and tank vent, new muffler, retainers for fuel and oil caps, flywheels and heating elements for heated model

July 7th, 1995 - TI 30.95 - new decomp cylinder, compensating air filter, air filter carburetor, carb box, shroud, tank housing, spark plug terminal



T.16.87 - new Super 034, new cylinder, crankshaft, piston, crankcase, carb, etc, many changes for new model.

T.7.87 - new handlebar strengthener, flywheel, clutch springs, oil pump, other minor changes

T.45.86 - heating system changes, new clutch washer versions, new impulse line

T.39.86 - new oil pump worm spring, oil pump hose sleeve, winter shroud, rope rotor, longer muffler mounting screws


T.35.84 (T.28.84) - 13 page intro to 034 chainsaw and series 1125

T.30.85 (T.31.85) - new shroud for carb preheating shutter, new AV buffers, new impulse line, new carburetor parts and jet size

T.17.85 (T.11.85) - new carburetor, clutch springs, change to planned coil modification already in printed literature, correction of choke lever part number
 

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  • 034 IPL 06.93.pdf
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  • 034 IPL 07.87.pdf
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  • 036 IPL 06.92.pdf
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  • TI 14.86 and 34.84.pdf
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  • TI 16.87 and 7.87 and 45.86 and 39.86.pdf
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  • TI 35.84 and 30.85 and 17.85 and 4.85.pdf
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  • TI 28.95 and 30.95.pdf
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034S was the first saw that I bought new, I love my 034S it has been a great saw
through the years and it is still running strong after all these years. Served me well it has!
About time for a bigger jug & slug?
 

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That was when a super was a super. 034S, 036 and 360 all have the same size P&C. Basically the same saw, except the 360 has the bigger clutch bearing (the others can be refitted to use it) and MS flippy caps. Attached is the tech bulletin PDF on the 036 upgrade to the larger 360 clutch drum and bearing kit (the 036 clutch bearing was prone to grenadeing):
 

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i looked at an 036 the other day a guy had for sale. i have 3 so i know what the mufflers look like. the saw i looked at had a muffler similar to my 026. anyone know if very early models had different muffs?
 

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034's had the guard on the front of the muffler like the 026
 

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could have been an 034 with a top cover from an 036.
 

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I have 2 034s,one my dad bought new and the other my father in law bought new and as far as I know neither have ever had a single part replaced not even a carb kit, I ported one of them and it's a great runner, has to be at the top of the list with a 660 as far as great durable stihls go.

One of my favorites for sure.
 

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034's had the guard on the front of the muffler like the 026

could have been an 034 with a top cover from an 036.
thanks jughead. it had an 036 topcover but it didn't seem fit quite right. when the guy couldn't get it started i walked away.i'll have to look for some pics of the o34.
 

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I have 2 034s,one my dad bought new and the other my father in law bought new and as far as I know neither have ever had a single part replaced not even a carb kit, I ported one of them and it's a great runner, has to be at the top of the list with a 660 as far as great durable stihls go.

One of my favorites for sure.


Definitely one of my favourite as well. I have a 034S.
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