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Re: Micro Carburation issues...
« Reply #20 on: December 06, 2016, 07:05:59 am »
So, I am having a lot of trouble getting the crank seals.  I see them advertised for the $3-4 price, but they are all NLA.  Two local Husky dealers in my area have basically told me GFY, they are of no help.  Anyone have a source?  At that price, I would by 6 seals.  There are some on eBay at around $9 plus shipping...those are my last resort I guess.

They've gone NLA before.  They've always came back in stock after a while however.  Hopefully, that'll happen soon.  The seals used on the 2700-3600/3450/2750/etc saws have also gone NLA a couple times, and have thankfully came back.  Those seem to be more of an oddball than the seals used on the Micros, with no known easy industrial matchup, unlike these 530019059 seals that can be replaced with an SKF4913.   You can get the SKF 4913 from bearing houses and auto parts outlets.

Homelite 94638 and 07025 are also seals that can be used.  They were used in the E-Z/Super E-Z/XL-1/etc and XL/XL2/Super2/240/etc families.  I have replaced the Homelite seals (in Homelite saws) with 530019059 seals in the past, as they were the easiest and cheapest to get.  Lately I have seen a bunch of the Homelite seals on eBay, sometimes for reasonable prices.  That's a change, as they were $$$ previously.  That's why I went with the Poulan seals.
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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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Re: Micro Carburation issues...
« Reply #21 on: December 06, 2016, 03:13:16 pm »
So, I am having a lot of trouble getting the crank seals.  I see them advertised for the $3-4 price, but they are all NLA.  Two local Husky dealers in my area have basically told me GFY, they are of no help.  Anyone have a source?  At that price, I would by 6 seals.  There are some on eBay at around $9 plus shipping...those are my last resort I guess.

They've gone NLA before.  They've always came back in stock after a while however.  Hopefully, that'll happen soon.  The seals used on the 2700-3600/3450/2750/etc saws have also gone NLA a couple times, and have thankfully came back.  Those seem to be more of an oddball than the seals used on the Micros, with no known easy industrial matchup, unlike these 530019059 seals that can be replaced with an SKF4913.   You can get the SKF 4913 from bearing houses and auto parts outlets.

Homelite 94638 and 07025 are also seals that can be used.  They were used in the E-Z/Super E-Z/XL-1/etc and XL/XL2/Super2/240/etc families.  I have replaced the Homelite seals (in Homelite saws) with 530019059 seals in the past, as they were the easiest and cheapest to get.  Lately I have seen a bunch of the Homelite seals on eBay, sometimes for reasonable prices.  That's a change, as they were $$$ previously.  That's why I went with the Poulan seals.

Thanks for the info. We had wonder about a replacement SKF

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