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Offline deereguy

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Where? Echo Specialty Tools and Service/ workshop manual
« on: October 01, 2014, 05:56:49 pm »
I just broke the case on a Echo CS5000.  The saw was dropped off.  I had sufficient tools to break the case down but time consuming to find the right tool.  Which prompts the question:   Is there an online access to Echo service manuals and specialty tools?   If not online?

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Have you tried echo site or asking support there?  http://www.echo-usa.com/Support-Help/Technical-Documents 

I havent had to look anything up but a IPL for myself so far.
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Thanks, it looks like I can email an Echo service rep to answer my questions.  I thought if the prices were reasonable I could at least order the worm remover (whatever its called, I'm sure you know what I mean).  rick     

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I take the metal worms off with a gear puller

Warm it up a little before you start pulling.
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I've used a gear puller on them in the past.  But, this worm was in the blind, no access.  What I did was: Use my Husqvarna case separator and pushed the crank out from the pto side.  Not the preferred method and didn't seem to damage the seal.   That's what prompted the post.  I'm a tool nut.  I like to have the right tool if not too pricey. 

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Y089000040. Around $40...

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That tool is a set for all models. Less $ for model specific puller

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Where/ how do I purchase such a set?

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ok, found it.  All I had to do was to search on the part number.  rick

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Y089000040. Around $40...
That tool is a set for all models. Less $ for model specific puller

To cool Adam. I never knew about the echo tools.

Pic I found on bay.  http://www.ebay.com/itm/91120-Y089000010-20-30-40-Echo-Worm-Gear-Installer-Tool-Set-/390640408992

Echo Special Service Tool - Tool Set replaces old part numbers Y089000010, Y089000020, Y089000030 and Y089000040  - 4 tools in one set - Complete with pusher tool , washers and 4 adapters to install worm gear on Echo Chainsaws:

Y089000010 used on CS-450 and smaller saws
Y089000020 used on  CS-510/520/530
Y089000030 used on CS-8000
Y089000040 used on CS-6700/670/680

For Worm Gear Puller, see # 89770819835 
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