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Poulan / Re: poulan 3700 crank bearings
« Last post by fossil on Today at 05:28:15 pm »
Anybody have a cross over crank bearing number for 3700,  I'd like to stock up a few ,have the seals number.

BH-108 bearing. Many companies make them.

There are two types, caged needle and full compliment.

Be sure to spec full compliment
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Poulan / Re: poulan 3700 crank bearings
« Last post by Cut4fun . on Today at 03:09:42 pm »
Anybody have a cross over crank bearing number for 3700,  I'd like to stock up a few ,have the seals number.

Take a look at this http://chainsawrepair.createaforum.com/ported-saws/crank-bearings-seals-misc-cross-reference/msg85223/#msg85223
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Poulan / poulan 3700 crank bearings
« Last post by The Ripper on Today at 01:27:10 pm »
Anybody have a cross over crank bearing number for 3700,  I'd like to stock up a few ,have the seals number.
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Chain - Bars - Grinders - Filing / Re: Rakers
« Last post by HolmenTree on Today at 12:40:24 pm »
Haha, rakers match the back slope of the cutters.
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Chain - Bars - Grinders - Filing / Rakers
« Last post by Cut4fun . on Today at 09:44:39 am »
Checking saws FS around me. One showed a pic of the chain.

Check out the rakers or lack of.

Just had to save this one.

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Husqvarna / Re: Husqvarna Saw spec sheet link and attached doc.
« Last post by Cut4fun . on Today at 09:34:46 am »
Just saving another way too. Just in case.


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Chain - Bars - Grinders - Filing / Re: Sugihara Bars. Info and guide.
« Last post by Cut4fun . on Today at 08:50:05 am »
Guy in CRG using on a landing for a week and a  half on a ported 395.  Looks like 20" lightweight broke.



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Other dealers online / Re: Falicon cranks
« Last post by Al Smith on Today at 05:35:35 am »
That's unusual .Usually they move south not north .Some however over the years found out the grass is not as green as they thought in the sun shine belt .
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Poulan / Re: craftsman 3.7 compression
« Last post by The Ripper on June 24, 2019, 12:41:32 pm »
yes it's a Lisle. The black craftsman I bought from you and partner R16 i have register 150 plus and my 3.7 125 psi. you can tell the difference just by pulling. Now when I apply oil film to the 3.7 the difference is night and day. When I first pulled this saw apart the piston, ring grooves and bore was in mint shape but one of the three is keeping it from building pressure or poulan at the time machined the compression chamber different to lower compression for craftsman, just guessing here.
 
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Poulan / Re: craftsman 3.7 compression
« Last post by Cut4fun . on June 24, 2019, 11:17:25 am »
WAG what type of compression gauge you using? Does it have the needle at bottom where it goes in cylinder?

 

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