Chainsaw Repair

Husqvarna - Stihl - Poulan - Jonsered - Dolmar chainsaws and more => Poulan => Topic started by: brokenbudget on March 28, 2013, 05:53:40 pm

Title: Poulan 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 28, 2013, 05:53:40 pm
so gotsed me a little time today to pull the other 2800 down for new bearings. not too bad, the paint is now gone from inside the crankcase, it was basicly all peeled off anyway.
(http://i50.tinypic.com/2rfaur7.jpg)
(http://i48.tinypic.com/5dt5c3.jpg)

a little leak in this area. common.
(http://i48.tinypic.com/2el9me1.jpg)

getting rid of the oiler gear.
(http://i45.tinypic.com/15ogwaq.jpg)
(http://i48.tinypic.com/6pcdia.jpg)


TAAAA DAAAAAH!
(http://i49.tinypic.com/2gwc96r.jpg)

some new stuff that'll be going in.
(http://i46.tinypic.com/oj4b44.jpg)

have it all cleaned and ready to go, but it aint happening tonight. gotta dinner to be at :)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on March 28, 2013, 08:03:49 pm
Nice!   

Your gear puller looks way different then the one I use (is this one  a combination of 2 tools you've put together)? Does it work on 330 365 3750 etc oiler gears too?

Gear puller I'm using bottom left.

(http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g289/doemaster789/PP505PP365JD800/pp365anflowers007.jpg)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 28, 2013, 08:07:27 pm
husky 55 oiler gear puller :) screwed on nice and snug. only needed hand pressure to twist it off.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: fastleo151 on March 28, 2013, 08:48:59 pm
I need one of them pullers,  were be they at?????
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 28, 2013, 09:07:32 pm
go on in to yer husky dealer and ask ;) that where i bought mine.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on March 28, 2013, 10:35:29 pm
Mine was about $4 at Mowers4u  online website with phone # too http://www.mowers4u.com/

ebay store  http://stores.ebay.com/Mowers4u
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 29, 2013, 08:11:51 am
i was going to order one over the interweb, however it was going to cost more for the shipping than to get it localy. and the thing about this husky one, all i need to do is order the sheaves (6 bux each) and can take any and all gears off. i have 4 of them and haven't had a problem finding the right one to do the job.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on March 29, 2013, 08:41:40 am
i was going to order one over the interweb, however it was going to cost more for the shipping than to get it localy. and the thing about this husky one, all i need to do is order the sheaves (6 bux each) and can take any and all gears off. i have 4 of them and haven't had a problem finding the right one to do the job.

Thats what I was wondering about that puller you had.

So you can put different worm gear pullers on the end?  Could you show more on this please and maybe part numbers etc if handy.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 29, 2013, 09:06:24 am
the other ones look the same, just the pitch and diameter are different. they're all husqvarna numbers. for life of me i can't find the paper i had with the part numbers ::) i do that alot.
i'll keep looking, it has to show up. i gots some other "important" info on that notepad that i need
the one in the pic (of course) is for the 50,51 and 55. and as you see it fits others.
the biggest one i have is for the older huskies (L 65 etc.) and i think it will also fit the 1100-2100's, but haven't confirmed that personaly.
the smallest one is for the little 36-41 etc.
the first one i ordered was originaly for a 394 i was working on, but it came in as the wrong one and didin't fit. no idea what it's supposed to fit as i haven't ran across the chance to use it. same diameter as the 50-55 tool, just alot finer threads. no idea what the p.n.# is for that as it was a few years ago when i got it. you order the 'shiny silver' part seperatly, and just add the black parts.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on March 29, 2013, 09:20:06 am
I have found my coarse 330 one to fit the coarse 490 worm gear.  I am wondering if your fine thread one fits the fine worm gear on 490 and 5000.

I'm interested in the part you are attaching the black worm gear pullers to? The silver part what is it any clue? I can find the black threaded part, just never seen the silver part they attach to.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 29, 2013, 09:45:53 am
that's this part:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/TOOL-FLYWHEEL-PULLER-HUSQVARNA-CHAINSAW-154-181-242-254-/390155263361?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5ad710dd81

you only use the screw for the small puller which is alot deeper than the others. my head is full of cobwebs this morning. the lady had to drive home last night ;) and it was ordered through a poulan shop.

of course, none of the ends have the part number on them >:(

you might be right about the fine thread one. and i remember you having a saw apart and asking about it. i never have had one of those down far enough to even notice the gear, never had to do the crankseals on one. but maybe, just maybe i'll get lucky enough to have one come through here someday. never have had a saw open to use it yet....
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on March 29, 2013, 09:58:31 am
So the black worm gear part threads onto that.  Thanks.

Just saving

HUSQVARNA FLYWHEEL PULLER 502700503 OR 502502601

Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 29, 2013, 10:12:08 am
yes, and the small puller just uses the screw from that. :)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 31, 2013, 08:40:07 am
well! got the bottom end back together and now it's nice and smooth. not the box of gravel it was. :)
cleaned up the mounting surfaces for the cylinder and bolted it on to check the squish. aaaaaand she's a head tapper without a gasket. in all thee i'e been through, i have never had one do this. guess i don't have to take anything off the bottom of the cylinder ;) now to get me some thin gasket paper. of course, all the stores are closed totday and all the thinnest i have here is .035 :(
AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FO THAT! ;D
gots to go in to work to check on the machinery soon. so i'll see what i can come up with from there. :)
happy easter!
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 31, 2013, 01:36:12 pm
well didn't have to go into work after all. so no looky looky for thinner gasket material :'(
after trying a piece of this .035 stuff i end up with about the same squish as stock :-[
now im going to have to wait until tomorrow fro the stores to open.
oh well. moar beeer 8) then turkey.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: 660magnum on March 31, 2013, 02:07:04 pm
What about finding some paper .010" or whatever thickness you want?  CAA magazine cover or something? Cover from a old road atlas?

I've made some nice gaskets from the card stock that chainsaw parts are mounted on.

I particularly like the poly coated (slick) card stock.

I bought a roll of thin gasket material at the hardware store the other day and it didn't work out so well. It acted like it was felt and was fuzzy around the cuts.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 31, 2013, 02:21:54 pm
oh i'm looking at different catalogs and magazines for the right thickness :D so far i've found stuff around the .011, ,030 and .035. :)
once i find something in the .025-.028ish relm, i'll brush some gasket maker sealant on it and let it sit for a few hours to soak it in.
i know we have the right stuff at work, it's even .028 and crushed thickness is supposed to be .024. i wish work was closer so i could just pop in and grab a small piece.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on March 31, 2013, 03:45:32 pm
What about copper sheet or tin from beer and pop cans.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 31, 2013, 03:57:15 pm
What about copper sheet or tin from beer and pop cans.

 i'm not alowed to play with sharp objects so i need someting i can chew into shape >:(
i think i found the perfect paper to use :) i found a small pack of plastic stick-on window screen repair. the paper is .023. i can crush it down to .018 if i push hard on the caliper's anvil. not a perfect test but it has been "accurate" for me in the past doing this. i'll throw it on and see what the squish is, then decide if i want to use it or not. :)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Barneyrb on March 31, 2013, 06:58:30 pm
No, just make a pop-up on the piston and clearance is solved, that's the way I roll.............
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 31, 2013, 07:24:38 pm
if i had a lathe here i would probably do just that :)
it just took me by suprise that this top end is that tight. they have been around the .028-.033 normaly after you removed the base gasket. this one the piston hits the top firmly.
however. this is the cylinder and piston i ordered from chainsawr, it said it was from a 2700. i'v only ever had 1 2700 in my hands and it was basicly the exact same saw, however never did even think of taking a look inside at the time, wasn't concerned too. so maybe the 2700 came with a tighter squish than the 2800, maybe the base was cut a little taller on the 2700?? ???
either way, the paper i found will work and i'll get to it tomorrow. :)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Barneyrb on March 31, 2013, 08:07:10 pm
The first pop-up I made was done with drill press and a vice. I took a piece of pvc pipe the the piston fit in sorta snug and chucked it up in the vice and then took a large pair of channel locks to rotate the piston slowly. I did use a end mill in the drill press
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on March 31, 2013, 08:59:44 pm
yeah but i gots to be careful of the chrome :-[ once it starts flaking on these pistons, it doesn't stop.
besides, i want to set it up as good as possible with unmodified stock parts. the only thing i'm going to do is (of course) remove the base gasket and open the muffler. thats it. then i want to put the larger intake boot and carb on it to see what difference they make (for better or worse). i just want to see how much can be had with the 46cc saw with stock parts.
i know they run very well with just the gasket gone and a muffler mod, but i want to see what the bigger boot and carb will do.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 01, 2013, 09:47:44 pm
ok got a litte further with this thing today. friends stupid ford major decided to loose all power to the left rear wheel. and it's muddier than a swamp and lots of turnibg to do coming out of his woods. needed my ford 640 to help pull the last trailer out and help steer the major.
aaaaanyway:
new bearings and seals went slick.
ended up with .023 squish.
(http://i48.tinypic.com/72smya.jpg)
(http://i46.tinypic.com/sotobb.jpg)

looks good in there.
(http://i45.tinypic.com/343t8wh.jpg)
(http://i45.tinypic.com/ilgb2h.jpg)

new fuel lines, filter and duckbill.
(http://i45.tinypic.com/scvxxs.jpg)


here you can see the vent plug properly seated here.
(http://i45.tinypic.com/1070umw.jpg)

now for the rest of the night imma going to relax.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: 660magnum on April 01, 2013, 09:51:32 pm
Looking good on the chainsaw

Nothing but mud around here too.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 01, 2013, 09:53:21 pm
oh all right i'll throw on the coil ;D
i use a .014 thick piece of lexan from the bottom portion of a 1/10 scale rc car body.
(http://i50.tinypic.com/18eicw.jpg)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 01, 2013, 09:58:05 pm
Looking good on the chainsaw

Nothing but mud around here too.

thanks! yeah this is the part of the season i don't like. stuff seems to break more in the mud
and that major is a pain in the arse to get to the diff. who has 2 thumbs and gets to pull a tranny apart next weekend? this guy. >:(

edit: sorry. super major. diff lock wouldn't engage that stupid wheel either. and the pedal seems to be stuck on the floorboard.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: 660magnum on April 01, 2013, 10:13:29 pm
Been about five years ago but a friend had a Ferguson TO20 I think it was. Some times it ran perfect and other times it would quit and wouldn't start.

Long story short - the centrifugal advance tree in the top off the distributor - the wing became loose from the cam.

It was supposed to have been a just rebuilt distributor. Had to steal the assembly from another used distributor.

Seemed like a fine tractor other than that. Certainly a lot more tractor than a Ford 8N.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 01, 2013, 10:32:25 pm
i think my 640 has the same distributer. had a good friend thats rebuilds starters and distributers do this one about 5 years ago. just before winter, it started to burn up points and condensors. it would run for 30-40 seconds and then quit. you could clean up the points but the condensor needed to be replaced. had that freaking dist. out probably 6 times before we found it had nothing to do with it. the neg. wire going to the dist. was shorting against the coil wire. shortened the coile wire so it wasn't drooping down and taped up the neg. wire and she ran once again.
of course i noticed she was dripping oil from under in the clutch area after a towed the major back. great, need to do the rear main seal on that when it dries up outside. they're easy. and thankfully cheap.
i'd still rather work on these than a mini mac :D
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun on April 02, 2013, 02:37:28 pm
Great Thread!!!!!!!!  8)

Thanks for taking the time to take pics and post up the info like you are.  I know that is more then half your time consumed right there.

I  just get slinging parts at them now days and dont take the time to do such anymore. 


Thanks,
Kevin
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun on April 02, 2013, 02:42:40 pm

new bearings and seals went slick.


Have you noticed how much easier the bearings etc go in the cases on these model poulans 3000 335 305 3300 3450 330 3750 etc and slide right on the cranks compared to the huskys using same bearings? 
 Lot looser tolerances used on the poulans or ? 
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 02, 2013, 03:32:51 pm
i had some huskies here i wanted to throw across the shop. stihls aswell. >:(
never been a issue with a poulan. :)
could be the looser tolerances that help them survive longer ;D i know the maitinance guys at the plant say they notice this on the pumps and motors. looser = longer.
i have no idea why husky and stihl feel the need for a bearing to be held so tightly you need to damn near split the seats pressing them into place.
heck i consider partners to be one of the top quality machined products out there (for their time and even to todays standards) and they never give me fits putting the bearings in.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: 3000 FPS on April 09, 2013, 10:17:14 pm
I know when i took my 3750 apart to weld it the bearings came in and out without any trouble.    Now my 475 that was a tighter fit.

Nice job on the saw and I am waiting to see what difference you find with the bigger carb.    I have thought about putting a larger carb on one of my 335's.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 09, 2013, 10:32:34 pm
the carb that chainsawr sent was supposed to be a 164, they ended up sending the 49, so i sent it back today and now just waiting on the right carb to come in. also waiting on the larger intake boot from 'that guy' ;) ;) tracking doesn't seem to be working. it's been sitting in cincinnati since the 29 of march.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 19, 2013, 08:12:28 pm
uhkay. have the right carb and brackt now, just waiting on the boot from 'that guy ;)'
ended up totaly forgeting to change the address on the bay when i moved and of course it was sent to the wrong place. fixed that and he's resending it tomorrow morning.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on April 20, 2013, 03:30:54 pm
uhkay. have the right carb and brackt now, just waiting on the boot from 'that guy ;)'
ended up totaly forgeting to change the address on the bay when i moved and of course it was sent to the wrong place. fixed that and he's resending it tomorrow morning.

LOL

I am fighting the urge to go pull the pp365 top, intake and carb and put the like new 60cc top, bigger intake and carb off 3750.  Just waiting to see what you found out before switching everything.

I guess I do have a 3500 I can compare to.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 20, 2013, 03:52:05 pm
i'm anctious to see the results myself. :)
 i guess i could see what if any difference just the carb makes, but i don't think the results would be worth it. plus i have to get a kit for the bigger carb. :)
the boot is in the postal system. should only be another week or 2 :-*
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on April 20, 2013, 04:01:51 pm
You do have another 2800 with stock stuff to compare to?
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 20, 2013, 04:05:36 pm
the bechmark bm46 ;)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on April 28, 2013, 07:08:51 am
well it looks like the re-sent intake boot from 'that guy ;)' cleared the border a day or so ago. so it should be here soon. must be some letter carier walking from mississauga :)  man i hate how some stuff is stupidly slow to get here. and other stuff is here sometimes in less than a week regardless of the stop at customs. it has nothing to do with the usps side of the job. it has everything to do with how our ups handles it. :(
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on May 21, 2013, 08:34:12 pm
alright! sorry for the delay, but a couple of equipment failures at work and the junk my friends like to "keep running" is enough to drive me up the wall :)
the boot came in a couple few weeks ago, it's quite a bit bigger than the little booty the 2800's come with. i still need to get a kit for the carb (thought i had ordered or had one but no dice). i'll be using the same saw for the testing, the same one in this thread. both saws run the same, at least from what i can tell by holding onto them in the wood. they are muffler modded, but that shouldn't be an issue. i'll have something by the weekend, i need to get some wood. something better than the left over punky ash and elm i have here ;D
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on May 21, 2013, 09:06:51 pm
I was thinking of this yesterday while buttoning up the 3500 60cc.
 Had a bigger boot and carb right there. But I would have needed to switch the topends on my pp365 to make them equals to compare.
 365 top was wounded at one time and I rednecked it.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on May 26, 2013, 04:31:19 pm
ok! here we go :)
as you can see, there is a huge difference in the dia. of the boot.
(http://i44.tinypic.com/30xad8l.jpg)
now don't take the measurments as bang on. these thin rubber boots are a little squishy
(http://i43.tinypic.com/34zaa86.jpg)
(http://i39.tinypic.com/2znqsg4.jpg)

ain't no way it'll fit in the handle without some grinding
(http://i44.tinypic.com/23jtlg.jpg)
(http://i43.tinypic.com/2wm1f9c.jpg)

time for the "redneck machine shop" :)
(http://i43.tinypic.com/11i2yy1.jpg)
(http://i40.tinypic.com/azb05f.jpg)

gotta remove the inserts. use the studs and give a tug and wiggle. they slide right out. i used the original hadware as i didn't see a reason the use the bigger saws stuff. works perfectly fine.
(http://i42.tinypic.com/eagvic.jpg)

now bigger!
(http://i41.tinypic.com/169osck.jpg)

gotta shave them inserts. if not, they'll rub against the boot.
(http://i43.tinypic.com/sqppok.jpg)

it was at this time a couple friends showed up. they smelled of booze and were a little wobbly. but in good humor for a change.
they liked the plastic shavings from the handle i drilled out for the boot and decided to see what they'd look like with hair ::)
(http://i44.tinypic.com/xni4nr.jpg)
(http://i39.tinypic.com/2s18360.jpg)
they think they're sooooo funny when they're drunk :)

look! it fits!
(http://i39.tinypic.com/2wmf153.jpg)

carb size difference
(http://i39.tinypic.com/a4vn6q.jpg)
i used the fuel pump cover off the small carb to use the better barbed fitting. i also had to shorten the fuel inlet so the airfilter would fit without crimping the line. yeah. the fuel line was a pain to put on that bigger barb ;)

had to make the back plate more open
(http://i39.tinypic.com/334hedz.jpg)

deffinatly more open now!
(http://i40.tinypic.com/9gfpeo.jpg)


it's all back together now. just waiting on the vids to upload. took the first vid this morning of the saw with the small boot. did the swap and made the second vid this afternoon. it isn't 100% in the second vid. i'm pretty sure the carb has some crap in it somewhere i missed. it will barely 4 stroke and the throttle response is a little slow. the throttle response could be slow due to the carb being too big for the engine though, so i need to do some fiddling.
AAAAAND! all i had around to cut was some 2 year old ash that was 5" dia. not a very good cut test, but it's all i could muster up.

Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on May 26, 2013, 06:46:13 pm
alright, here's the vids :)
here's the first vid. stock intake and carb.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wckTyahB8Wg

here's the same saw with the 3450 carb and boot.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DegNr-rOEp0
the saw was 4 stroking, but just barely. at the end of the vid i did tune it more rich and got more 4 stroke out of it, but it still isn't where i want it.
the wood was the only crap i could round up for this. it's 2 year dry ash, 5" dia, maybe slightly bigger. actualy pretty hard.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on May 27, 2013, 07:30:07 am
pulled the carb last night and sure enough the high side had some gunk stuck in the port the is fed from the metering side. a quick shot of non-chlorinated brake cleaner took care of it. threw it all back together and it does sound nice at 12200. i'm going to try it today with a flocked air filter to see the difference in them :)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on May 27, 2013, 12:48:09 pm
So what are the gains in the cut are you seeing from small set up to bigger 330 set up?
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on May 27, 2013, 02:06:52 pm
from what i could tell in that HUUUUUGE log :D, it did hold more rpm's in the cut. how much i have no idea as i can't hold the tach and saw and cut. sort of like chewing gum and walking :) throttle response between boots/carbs is now pretty much the same. i need to get out to kristians house to get some wood. most of anything i have here goes to testing "customers" saws. and always seems to be in short supply.
suppose i could add a piece of velcro on the top cover....
might actually try that next weekend.
the saw does want to 4 stroke nicely at 12300rpm, where as the smaller carb/boot wanted to start getting lean sounding at 11900rpm.
i need to run the saw more, and get bigger wood to see if the switch was actually worth it or not.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on June 14, 2013, 10:47:37 pm
HAAAAAALLOOOOOOOOO OUT THAAAAR! :)
had a couple days out with the 2800 this week. friend ended up with a 3/4 ton truck and trailer of ash and elm (the stinky swamp stuff) and some poplar. most of it was about 10-14", dry as a popcorn fart, and somewhat dirty. we ended up pointing the pressure sprayer at it for an hour (after we gotsed that running), then throwing a bunch in his jig.
blah blah blah long story short. the saw is quite a bit stronger. it's almost right there with my 46cc 346. has more torque than the 346 or as before, which i find funny as you usualy loose torque when going to a bigger carb. ??? maybe these are just way under carbed from the get go.
on a side note. my trusty old and very used 346 started to starve for fuel today. if you were cutting stuff up to 4"-5" it was fine. it was doing it when i was bucking some 10" poplar out back today. time for a looksee.
i'll try to get some vid of the 2800 in some of that same poplar tomorrow if it doesn't rain.
i'm so far quite happy with the outcome. :) gonna havta get me more of them bigger boots. 8)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: 3000 FPS on June 14, 2013, 11:31:40 pm
That is the one mod I have not done yet on a saw.   A bigger carb.   I would sure like to try it on the last PP 295 that I modded.
Looking forward to the vid when you get it.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on June 15, 2013, 11:02:01 am
Still just thinking about.  ::)

I'm setting here with a extra 60cc p+c (would need modified to bolt on) a 335 54cc cyl only (bolt on) and a grey 3000.   3450 carb and intake set up.   
Really thinking of elongating the cyl 60cc off the 365 that was scored up from bad seals at one time, then cleaned up and reused.

Just dont know if it is worth the time or not for a future build. 49cc to 54cc or 60cc  sleeper saw.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on June 15, 2013, 11:09:14 am
here's a vid of the 2800 and my oe346. turns out it was just the fuel filter that was keeping it from feeding. both saws tuned to where they cut wood.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZPf86wPZiQ

Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on June 15, 2013, 11:12:40 am
Still just thinking about.  ::)

I'm setting here with a extra 60cc p+c (would need modified to bolt on) a 335 54cc cyl only (bolt on) and a grey 3000.   3450 carb and intake set up.   
Really thinking of elongating the cyl 60cc off the 365 that was scored up from bad seals at one time, then cleaned up and reused.

Just dont know if it is worth the time or not for a future build. 49cc to 54cc or 60cc  sleeper saw.

one of these with the 60cc topend would be a neat thing to see :) put the run on the stihl 362's and husky 365's. plus in a lighter more nimble chassis. and cut wood all day without complaining. 8)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on June 15, 2013, 11:15:32 am
2800 46cc like OE?
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: brokenbudget on June 15, 2013, 11:17:25 am
2800 46cc like OE?

yup. ;)
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on December 18, 2013, 07:23:41 pm

Gear puller I'm using bottom left.

(http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g289/doemaster789/PP505PP365JD800/pp365anflowers007.jpg)

Gear puller I bought from Mowers4u for $8 shipped is shown bottom right.   Not shown online I had to ask for it while I was talking to them on phone order one time.

I think this may be the part number, not sure  530031115   

 

Outdoor Dist http://www.outdoordistributors.com/static/poulan-weedeater/PWE-530031115.html
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on December 18, 2013, 07:30:15 pm
more to try

http://www.mowpart.com/530031115-ayp-puller-worm-gear-z.html

http://www.rcpw.com/ayp-sears-parts/genuine/530031115.html

Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: 3000 FPS on December 18, 2013, 11:30:39 pm
I ordered the one from mowtown usa.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun on December 22, 2013, 09:52:50 am
I ordered the one from mowtown usa.

Which one canceled the order, so we can remove them off list?   
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: 3000 FPS on December 22, 2013, 11:26:27 am
Mowtown and Ordertree both showed no stock and NLA.
Title: Re: another 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on December 22, 2013, 11:42:18 am
Call mowers4u.  Thats how I got mine years ago for very cheap.   They dont list it online at all but had on hand back then.
Title: Re: Poulan 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on May 13, 2020, 08:57:25 am
Well crap. Parts are parts. 😇🤦‍♂️   In worst case

Poulan 2800  just couldnt say no this time. Watched it for over a week and would have paid asking price. But didnt want to ask my son to pick up for me.  Well he lowered price like a good fish bait and set the hook, so I called son. Only 2 blocks from him he said.

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Title: Re: Poulan 2800
Post by: Cut4fun . on June 07, 2020, 02:29:33 pm
I remembered the little mag cased poulan 2800 46cc I had my son pick up weeks ago this trip.
See why av felt weird. Also broken off impulse line might be the cause for the little bit of scuffing started. Their a bare bore , chrome piston. Can use 46cc 49cc 54cc on them.