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Poulan / Re: Poulan 3300
« Last post by Cut4fun . on Today at 01:37:39 pm »
I wasn’t going to redo this 54cc 3300. Supposed to be running parts saw I bought in pieces with yellow 335 recoil. Just wanted it for the parts for my dads bought new 3300 .

Found few more recoils and those nla pulleys too. 330 3450 380  3750  and 365 3500


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That bottom one has a cut out connecting rod.  I have never seen that on a saw before. 

Stihl 084 rod like that. 084 rod was also used in some of the hopped up 3120's

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Homelite cutaway saw

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What above poulan sign should look like.

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Poulan / Re: Poulan micro 25 chainsaw trimmer
« Last post by Cut4fun . on Today at 07:47:38 am »
You buy it?

Steve S.



Not me. Some guy in the CRG bought it. 
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Poulan / Re: Poulan micro 25 chainsaw trimmer
« Last post by ssidwell on April 05, 2020, 11:13:43 pm »
You buy it?

Steve S.

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Needs some work. But someday it should make it my way.  poulan sign 4'x5'



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How To Basics and Fixes / Re: Chaps and Protective Gear
« Last post by Philbert on April 04, 2020, 05:05:52 pm »
European Chaps Classifications

EN standards have 3 ratings for the coverage of protective material ('A', 'B', 'C'), and 4 ratings for chain speed ('0', '1', '2', '3').
I am unable to attach the full file here, due to its size, but copied the information from the site below, which includes helpful illustrations:

https://sip-protection.com/en/technical/standards

Philbert
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How To Basics and Fixes / Re: Chaps and Protective Gear
« Last post by Philbert on April 04, 2020, 05:02:02 pm »
USFS Chaps Specification

Philbert
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How To Basics and Fixes / Re: Chaps and Protective Gear
« Last post by Philbert on April 04, 2020, 05:00:48 pm »
Here is the one on chaps design; factors including cut resistance of fibers, how they are oriented, bulk issues, etc.

Philbert
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