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Offline mweba

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Re: Echo CS-2511T
« Reply #40 on: March 04, 2018, 09:38:31 am »
Little exhaust port decomp action.   Cylinder quality is top notch.   

Full tear down, minus the top handle controls could be done in fifteen minutes.  Fuel lines are accessed through a panel on top in 30 seconds.  Muffler is a plastic cover and three mount screws away.  Carb is two bolts that fasten to embedded metal with only the throttle cable and purge line to unhook.   Possibly one of the easiest saws I've worked on in awhile.....ALL T27...

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