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Offline ChipsAhoy

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Re: MS211
« on: June 14, 2017, 09:14:16 am »
That's what I thought but because of the conflicting information above (which I didn't see until that evening), I went with the first statement even though it just seemed wrong. I've never totally tore down a saw let alone a Stihl.
I've asked a lot of dumb simple questions because of my inexperience that the rebuild experts are probably shaking their heads over and thinking "what a bozo"!   :-\
But for me it's been a learning experience that will carry over to other brands IF I ever decide to go through this again.

Now it's back to pulling the engine, split the case, reverse the seals and give it another go. >:(

Thanks and have a good day.


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