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CrufflerJJ

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I got a Husky 350 saw recently cheap off Craigslist, and have it disassembled to replace a torn intake manifold.

The cylinder is aftermarket, and has a capital-H-in-a-circle logo on the cylinder base. Is this Hyway's mark?

Just wondering....

Thansk!
 

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The hyway stuff I've bought only has an H with no circle if its marked at all. I have a Hyway 460 jug i got and it just had 57 stamped in the base. Just a word of advice if you didn't already know. Get a new revised metal clamp for the intake boot or you will be putting another top end on that thing soon.
 

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The hyway stuff I've bought only has an H with no circle if its marked at all. I have a Hyway 460 jug i got and it just had 57 stamped in the base. Just a word of advice if you didn't already know. Get a new revised metal clamp for the intake boot or you will be putting another top end on that thing soon.

I had heard about the metal clamp. As purchased, this saw had a high quality nylon cable tie as a clamp. Spiffy, huh?

I've got an OEM Husqvarna clamp on order (it comes with the intake boot), but don't have an Oetiker tool to secure it. Can I use regular pliers on the clamp...or even use a stainless steel hose clamp in place of the official clamp?
 

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Easy to install the new metal clamp = patience. Needle nose pliers and I found locking needle nose work best.
 

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Oh, well I'd just re use the cable tie if you can, ha. Id use the supplied clamp. Its been awhile but i believe i used needle nose.
 

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so are you guys trying to say bailing wire is NOT the proper clamp????
i sure wish i took a picture of it.....:BangHead:
 

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A needle nosed vice grip works best for that clamp.
 

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Patience works best for those clamps, they are aggravating little devils.

Joe
 

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That doesn't look like a hyway mark. It's like a cursive h.
 

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put a little around the intake horn of the cylinder when you replace the intake boot.
use a metal clamp not a plastic clamp because they can cause headaches.
 

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I still can't see all of the picture. Wish they would hurry up and fix it.
 
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