Author Topic: Stihl Chainsaw AV Design and Possible Boot Problems  (Read 276 times)

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Re: Stihl Chainsaw AV Design and Possible Boot Problems
« on: October 18, 2013, 07:16:15 pm »
I have come to like the new av spring mounts. Feel like they will hold up better over time. I have seen that if you jerk on them you can bend the spring and have things out of wack that can also put unwanted tension on the carb boot and impulse line.
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