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Re: Poulan 475
« Reply #350 on: October 25, 2018, 12:23:51 pm »
That round metal piece that goes in there for holding that section together seems kind of flimsy to me.   I made one out of thicker metal on my Frankensaw. 

That would be the rubber intake to the plastic handle and carb. 
PP 505, 475, 445.

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Re: Poulan 475
« Reply #351 on: October 25, 2018, 02:04:51 pm »
Thought you ran the updated tank and air filter system on the 505 with red tank?

If not, you talking about the outer piece that in on carbed end?

Think I have some of those NOS still.  Metal ring piece on the rubber inlet tubes?

Old pic, lot of stuff gone.

Later updated tank in red.

You seen what Bob had to say about the early air filter system?  = Bob Morrison I was involved in the development of that saw.   The original-style air filter on the 415 and 475 didn't work. Took me about two years to convince the Swedes of that.

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Re: Poulan 475
« Reply #352 on: February 23, 2021, 09:53:58 am »
Seals I ordered are in. They are NOK brand, very good quality in my experience. The seals themselves are marked 17.9 X 35 X 5 but the seal lip is quite pliable so I don't see an issue. I'll hang these on my wall and test fit when I have a crankshaft to try it on.
Just looking up info on  Honda CB92 18x35x5 Oil Seal 91305-202-000

The 2nd part #17  is the one shown here and here is the IPL CB92 A ALTERNATOR + POINTS + ADVANCER Diagram http://www.partzilla.com/parts/search/Honda/Motorcycle/Models%20with%20no%20year/CB92%20A/ALTERNATOR%20%2B%20POINTS%20%2B%20ADVANCER/parts.html


I wonder the way it is made if it is one of the very low PSI seals like was found for the 2800 - 380 saws ?



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OIL SEAL (18X35X5) (VB-TYPE)  | Use from Engine SN 910494 to 011752

91305-202-000
$3.85

deezlfan I do not believe one tenth of a millimeter would hurt a  thing.

And Cut4fun I was wondering the same thing myself about what pressure it can hold.   I have not ordered one yet but I do intend to so I can compare it to the OEM.

Besides the NOS pto crank seals a few of us have for these. What ended up being the end game for something else to use for these?

Guy in CRG said he has luck with hard to find crank seals here. https://www.avxseals.com/?fbclid=IwAR1rbisryUImHbYT30mQC413PmYWz_W3pgiumqhxRCIGzUyBbBXQKAChYDE

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Re: Poulan 475
« Reply #353 on: November 17, 2022, 12:17:47 pm »
The 7mm wide will not work.   6mm is the max width that it can go.   The oiler will hit if any wider then 6mm.

I looked up their web site and they provide a number to call with questions.  Could have possibilities  Thanks.

Roger,  Garrett in my CRG FB came up with a work around for the 2077 415 475 PTO side NLA seal.

Shown in pic.  Ethan made one for his 415 local to me too. 

This is something you can make too.

Keeps from having to split and use the updated PTO side crank bearing and seal set up from 425 445 505 2083.


Both from Ohio and Garrett said he will make some for sale as he is making them.



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Re: Poulan 475
« Reply #354 on: November 17, 2022, 07:10:36 pm »
Interesting.  That is a pretty cool idea.    I never would have thought of that, but I can see it would work very well.

I actually have two of the OEM seals that I have been hoarding just in case I ever needed one again.   

I also have grown to be more partial to the 505 than the 475.   The last mod I did on that one with the MS660 piston is such a but kicker. 
PP 505, 475, 445.
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Re: Poulan 475
« Reply #355 on: November 18, 2022, 07:43:07 am »
Interesting.  That is a pretty cool idea.    I never would have thought of that, but I can see it would work very well.

I actually have two of the OEM seals that I have been hoarding just in case I ever needed one again.   

I also have grown to be more partial to the 505 than the 475.   The last mod I did on that one with the MS660 piston is such a but kicker. 


I had 3 left pto side. But sold them all as I went as far as I could learning in this series.  So been selling all of it off.

Yep 505 or 445 was my choices of that series.  Then 425 or the later 415 with updated tank and af filters.  475's got sold off or parted after the one I owned.
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