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Total/Tsumura Light and Tough bar, and NOS Jonsered parts.
« on: December 30, 2016, 04:38:54 pm »
Hello Nathan,

I am wanting to purchase a 28" 93DL 3/8-.050G Total/Tsumura Light and Tough bar in the D009 type large Husky mount.  Couldn't find that bar on your website (may have just been operator error).  Can you set me up with one?

Also, I need some parts for an NOS Jonsered 2071 that I just picked up (hooray Christmas money).  It has been sitting on a dealer's shelf for 20 years, and they robbed a few parts from it to fix customer's saws.  I need a 503 70 57-01 2071 starter decal.  It's NLA through the usual channels.  Do you happen to have one or know where I could find one?

The other parts I need are an oil pump asembly, the oil pump attaching screws, the oil pump drive gear/batwing, a complete starter assembly, the plastic 'air conductor' that goes under the starter cover, the internal chainbrake parts (metal lever, band, band spring, knee link, latch, latch spring, etc) and the little plastic wheel/lever that the throttle cable attaches to on the throttle arm.  All of this stuff looks to be available through the usual channels, as most of it is still used on the 372XP and 2072.  I can provide part numbers for those if needed.
-Aaron

For older saws:
Tune the H side so that it 4-strokes (burbles) at WOT unloaded and just cleans up when under load.
When you lift cutting load, the saw should immediately revert to 4-stroking.  Fine tune the transition point for the wood you're cutting.

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Hello Nathan,

I am wanting to purchase a 28" 93DL 3/8-.050G Total/Tsumura Light and Tough bar in the D009 type large Husky mount.  Couldn't find that bar on your website (may have just been operator error).  Can you set me up with one?

Also, I need some parts for an NOS Jonsered 2071 that I just picked up (hooray Christmas money).  It has been sitting on a dealer's shelf for 20 years, and they robbed a few parts from it to fix customer's saws.  I need a 503 70 57-01 2071 starter decal.  It's NLA through the usual channels.  Do you happen to have one or know where I could find one?

The other parts I need are an oil pump asembly, the oil pump attaching screws, the oil pump drive gear/batwing, a complete starter assembly, the plastic 'air conductor' that goes under the starter cover, the internal chainbrake parts (metal lever, band, band spring, knee link, latch, latch spring, etc) and the little plastic wheel/lever that the throttle cable attaches to on the throttle arm.  All of this stuff looks to be available through the usual channels, as most of it is still used on the 372XP and 2072.  I can provide part numbers for those if needed.

28" is sold out. Not sure who would still have one on the shelf. Wait it out and they should be back in the pipeline in a couple months(hopefully).

will do some digging and come up with prices on parts and what i have in stock vs what i would have to order.
5105H and 6400H in stock

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Thanks Nate.
-Aaron

For older saws:
Tune the H side so that it 4-strokes (burbles) at WOT unloaded and just cleans up when under load.
When you lift cutting load, the saw should immediately revert to 4-stroking.  Fine tune the transition point for the wood you're cutting.

 

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