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Offline brettl

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Olympyk 999f
« on: October 25, 2014, 07:53:04 am »
I remember a friend having an Olympyk when I was younger and recently saw this one for sale. He says it starts, idles and cuts. Can parts still be found for the Olympyk saws? Thanks
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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2014, 09:32:12 am »
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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2014, 10:59:26 pm »
Some folks have a few 999 parts LOL.  Picked up a NOS 999 Pc kit for real cheap couple of years ago.  Haven't run across a parts saw yet.
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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #3 on: October 26, 2014, 04:21:47 am »
Some folks have a few 999 parts LOL.  Picked up a NOS 999 Pc kit for real cheap couple of years ago.  Haven't run across a parts saw yet.
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What don't you have as far as older saw parts?:)

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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #4 on: October 26, 2014, 09:45:27 pm »
Some folks have a few 999 parts LOL.  Picked up a NOS 999 Pc kit for real cheap couple of years ago.  Haven't run across a parts saw yet.
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What don't you have as far as older saw parts?:)
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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2014, 11:14:45 pm »
I went and got it. Itake way to cool to set on a shelf. It's also to heavy to use routinely and would be overkill. Its in nice shape and compression feels good. On the other hand, let me know if you'll sell or trade that p&c farmboy. This being a rare saw I would like to have them on hand in case it gets worn out at a gtg or something. ;D I'll figure out how to post pics.
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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #6 on: October 28, 2014, 01:29:08 pm »
We had a local Olympk dealer several years ago that had a 999 with a 36" bar on it that he would let people rent for large tree or stump removal. That was definitely a heavy saw.

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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #7 on: February 08, 2015, 03:22:34 am »
Do you remember how it oiled with the 36? Mine has a 30. I'm thinking I'll use it for milling so I'd like to know it's limitations as far as oiling. Of course, an auxiliary boiler is always an option.
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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #8 on: February 11, 2015, 01:17:33 pm »
John Lambert used to own a 999. I dont recall anything about them as I stayed away from them. Even when found on CL cheap.

Says up to a 60" bar. So whats that say about oiling a 36" ;)

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Re: Olympyk 999f
« Reply #9 on: February 11, 2015, 01:18:47 pm »
Some retail sells numbers. Years sold and cost retail.  91-99

999 F   1999   $799.00   
Engine Make:    Emak
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    101
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.2
Dry Weight:    22
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1998   $799.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    102
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.2
Dry Weight:    22
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1997   $809.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    102
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.2
Dry Weight:    22
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1996   $849.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    102
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.2
Dry Weight:    22
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1995   $849.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    102
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.2
Dry Weight:    19.8
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1994   $859.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    102
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.2
Dry Weight:    19.8
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1993   $859.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    102
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.2
Dry Weight:    19.8
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1992   $840.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    103
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.3
Dry Weight:    20.2
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
999 F   1991   $839.00   
Engine Make:    Olympyk
   
Engine Size Cubic Centimeters:    103
   
Engine Size Cubic Inches:    6.3
Dry Weight:    20.2
   
Bar Oiler Type:    Manual
   
Bar Length:    24
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