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I’m taking the covers off of each side so you guys can see the parts a little better behind the covers. Here are some pictures. Thank you to everyone that is giving me their responses. All of the information is greatly appreciated.
 

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Look closer.
I apologize if I am missing something. It would not be the first or last either.

I think I know where I went wrong. The single stud 024 AV and 024 AVS have a front chain tensioner. Since I have never been around a single stud 024. What the screw on the side? Is that an alinement screw for the cover? It looks like an adjustment screw.

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Single stud 024 AV with side chain tensioner. Wait that's not right the tensioners in the front!!!
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Another post below this one with the 024 AVS double and single bolt saws.
 

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I forgot that you asked me to take a picture of the saw with the muffler cover off. Here is that one. I just removed the cover. To remove the other half of the muffler I have to remove 2 more Torx screws.
 

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@drf256 024 AVS double stud and side chain tensioner. View attachment 369399

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024 AVS Single stud with side tensioner. Or wait, it's got to be a front chain tensioner.

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This is the first forum I’ve been apart of where there’s actually ALOT of people giving their input and information. I’m glad I joined this forum. It’s hard these days to find individuals that truly care enough to help people.
 

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This is the first forum I’ve been apart of where there’s actually ALOT of people giving their input and information. I’m glad I joined this forum. It’s hard these days to find individuals that truly care enough to help people.
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Here’s a Super, which is why I asked. Maybe the 024 was different. Or maybe they changed it mid-run

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Wait until you get into all the different pistons they used in the 024 AV, 024 AVS, 024 Wood Boss AV, 024 Wood Boss AVS, 024 AV Super, and 024 "Super" (just the word Super without an AV or AVS designation). I think there were at least six different pistons total.

I think I've seen at least four different cranks.
 

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I’m fairly new to chainsaws so I have to ask… what is a Franken saw? I know that “Dr. Richard Cranium” said he thought this chainsaw was a Franken saw or 024 Super jug. He asked for some additional pics though to be sure. I’m hoping he gets to see the pics I posted after his request for them to give him more information to go on. So what you think Powerstroke Cowboy? Ps… I like the name….I have an 06 F250 with the old 6.0 bulletproofed I love that truck.
 

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I’m fairly new to chainsaws so I have to ask… what is a Franken saw? I know that “Dr. Richard Cranium” said he thought this chainsaw was a Franken saw or 024 Super jug. He asked for some additional pics though to be sure. I’m hoping he gets to see the pics I posted after his request for them to give him more information to go on. So what you think Powerstroke Cowboy? Ps… I like the name….I have an 06 F250 with the old 6.0 bulletproofed I love that truck.
Frankensaw, like Frankenstein mate. Made up of different parts that didn't necessarily go together originally.
It's pretty common for manufacturers to offer several different top ends on essentially the same bottom end for cost and marketing reasons, and to extend model life there will be "updates", meaning you can swap bigger/better/faster parts in if it tickles your fancy.
 

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I got you. I just want to know exactly what specific parts to order for it so that I can complete it. I still need the air filter, the air filter cover and the top plastic cover. I cleaned the carburetor a couple times in my little ultrasonic cleaner. Put it back together and it runs extremely well. I have a few other chainsaws of my own that I’ve collected since I started taking interest in them last year. I was blessed that the father in law gave me these two. This chainsaw revs really high compared to what I was expecting. I’ve collected several now but I have ALOT to learn about them. Once it’s put together I will be glad to make room for it somewhere.
 

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Here’s a picture of the STIHL 025 he gave us. It’s a really good running saw but it doesn’t seem to have the “s*** & get” that the mystery saw does. It runs on an entirely different level.
 

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If you go on Stihl’s web site, you can submit a question with your serial number and they should respond with a model and manufacturing date.

But that may be moot, as you have a great running saw. For sure an 024 in its present form and a better saw than an 025. Many here have wrung out amazing performance upgrades on the 024/026 platform, I don’t recall similar efforts with 025 series.

Good condition 024 top and air filter covers are hard to find, but they are out there. Air filters are obtainable

I have an extra stud for the left side threaded hole at the top of the cylinder to hold on the cover, PM me with your address and I’ll mail it.

Have fun, learn, and share findings. I went a bit crazy recently restoring and upgrading this 1986 024 AV, helped immensly by members here like @drf256
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My bet, Frankensaw.

Very confusing.

The AV bushing covers are certainly early stuff. The Fly side upper AV retainer with the two wings and pan head screw (as opposed to full washer) is definitely 024. Why do the other AV bushing covers have torx screws?

The 024/026 have the early Stihl coil which is scalloped on the flywheel side. That coil looks am to me. Also plastic over the wire connector and white paint overspray in the wire heat protector.

The case is side tensioner and side adjust, also looks like a non adjustable metal oil pump. Ive only seen those on early metal badge 026 with red levers. But the black choke lever was before and after the red ones. The case lacks the chain adjust and is USA made by the SN.

That’s an 026 flywheel. The 026 all had the Japan made better flywheel that pushed more air.

The oil/mix fill caps don’t match.

I can’t see the factory using two different sets of fasteners on the same saw.

Totally confusing.
 
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@drf256 024 AVS double stud and side chain tensioner. View attachment 369399

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024 AVS Single stud with side tensioner. Or wait, it's got to be a front chain tensioner.

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I can see how you’d think the second bar stud fill screw was the tensioner. It sure looks like it would be, but it just unscrews and allows one to add the second stud.
 
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