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Offline echo nut

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Greetings fellow Echo guys.
« on: July 04, 2011, 12:35:36 pm »
Bob Wright here with my love for the Orange headed Echo saws. I have 20 some of them (lost count) with 13 being my fav the CS-60S. It was made for more than 40 years with very little changes (labels and some screws) . I have a 1969 Kyoritsu Noki version of it. I bought a little CS-315 in 1977 with my first paycheck and i still use it. I them bought a CS-60S in 1980 and i still have it also. I always wanted a CS-1001VL and i finally found one from rupedoggy. It needed the typ fuel and oil lines and also a new carb body because the holes were all egg shaped. So i found a donor carb on ebay and went to work making it all interchange. Now its a screamer...Bob
Bob Wright the Echo Nut
CS-301, CS-315, CS-300, CS302, CS302S, CS-3900, CS452, CS-60S, CS-750, CS-802, CS-1001VL, CS-60S cutoff saw.

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Re: Greetings fellow Echo guys.
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2011, 01:00:08 pm »
Welcome Bob and glad to see you here with all your knowledge and dang fine welding skills.

If anymore problems just let me know. I use chainsawrepair name and my ole cut4fun username (since everyone knows me by that name).
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Offline echo nut

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Re: Greetings fellow Echo guys.
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2011, 02:29:28 pm »
Thanks for the invite. I got a new welding job last week. I now work in West Virginia on the Ohio River welding on tanker barges. Just thought i needed something else to try LOL...Bob
Bob Wright the Echo Nut
CS-301, CS-315, CS-300, CS302, CS302S, CS-3900, CS452, CS-60S, CS-750, CS-802, CS-1001VL, CS-60S cutoff saw.

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Re: Greetings fellow Echo guys.
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2011, 08:51:43 am »
 I've only got one Echo saw .Can't remember the number but it was used by a tree service ,around 2 cubic inch give or take ..All things considered it probabley did them good considering the time period .The thing had a snarled up starter rope but that was all that was wrong with it .

Also I own an Echo weed wacker that has been a dandy, can't complain one bit about it .

 

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