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    A friend has 8-9 056 Mag/Mag II's, all with bad sem GA (If that is the late, non-Bosch compatible unit) coils/flywheels. Is there any way to resurrect the saws, or is he screwed? DO NOT ASK ME ABOUT 056 MAG II JUGS, HE WON'T SELL ANY!
     
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    av8or3 So many saw ... so little time... GoldMember

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    I have an 056 that was repaired using Foggysail’s method and it runs great. (That’s the thread Doc ref’s above). I have ordered a complete magneto for an 041 that I believe can be installed on an 056. Don’t know for sure but I am going to look at it. I have an 041 that is Electronic that I am going to change over to points. I like magnetos better.
     
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    The problem is that I have 8-9 one piece flywheel saws, and buying or even finding 8 or 9 two-piece Bosch-type flywheels will be quite hard and/or pricey. However, I have a few ideas floating around. If any of them pan out I'll let you guys know.
     
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    Maintenance Chief Disrupting the peace with an old chainsaw

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    Ive got an 041( crushed) but runs if you want parts.
     
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    My first saw was a 056 super
     
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    av8or3 So many saw ... so little time... GoldMember

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    That is a heck of a first saw!
     
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    Fle market special 100 bucks like 1989 I used my friends before then. But that was my actual own good old classics good torque and speed
     
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