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Offline davbell22602

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Lombard Comango Recoil Spring
« on: January 02, 2013, 05:07:18 pm »
Does anybody know if any other Lombard saws use the same recoil spring? Is the Comango referred as number/prefix instead of name? I see some A-xx models on ebay when looking for a recoil spring.

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Re: Lombard Comango Recoil Spring
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2013, 07:43:50 pm »
Lombard Lighting ,Lightning II .Probabley the same spring as  an Xl-12 Homelite which was what the saw was designed after .

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Re: Lombard Comango Recoil Spring
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2013, 07:45:03 pm »
Ok thanks.

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Re: Lombard Comango Recoil Spring
« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2013, 09:22:06 pm »
Here's a list of saws that use the same recoil spring.

HOMELITE# 58764-A

LOMBARD# 6-1142

POULAN# 4262

APPLICATION

HOMELITE

XL-12, SXL-AO, XL-15, SUPER-XL, XL-500, XL-AUTO, XL-BC, XL-BCA CHAINSAWS

XLS1.54 XL-Pump UT-01274

XLS1.54A XL-Pump UT-01297

LOMBARD (CAMPBELL-HAUSFELD)

AL-42, AL-51, LIGHTNING I, II, III, IV, V, COMANGO, L-1, L-2, L-3, L-4, CS-3000, CS-3001, CS-3002, CS3003, CS-3502, CS-4002 & CS-4502

POULAN

200, 300 & 400 SERIES

WRIGHT

136, 137A

ALLIS CHALMERS

95, 192 & 295

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Re: Lombard Comango Recoil Spring
« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2013, 06:06:51 am »
I wouldn't think that spring would be a hard item to find .

As a side note it seems there have been a number of saws that used a modified design of the Homelite xl-12 over the years the Lombard Al-42 series being only one of several .

Varied displacements from the 3.3 -3,4 Xl-12 up to a version I can't remember the number of around 5 cu inch and I think marketed by Reminington and perhaps others .There might have been some larger which I can't really say but the basic design proved to be rather robust .

There have been so many players in this it's nearly impossible to keep track of who made what and when .Fact they might have even made some of smaller displacement than the xl-12 which I think was Homelites' answer to compete in the market place against the McCulloch 10 series.

Looking back it's interesting how things evolved over the years .The larger direct drive saws like the c-5 and c-7 Homelites ran about the same time as the 250 sized McCullochs then they came up with lighter saws like the xl-12 and ten series through the 70's .Then around late 70's faster lighter saws with anti vibe mainly Husqvarna and Stihl became mainstay items .

 

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