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I'm confused by all the quotes, are my prices ridick?
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those prices seem pretty good to me. Is that for the complete power head buyer just has to assemble?
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yeah complete ready to assemble power head
someone mentioned that it is about the same price as a used OEM saw, which is probably true
I envisioned this as an Ebay project because I have sold rebuild kits there for really decent money that were not complete saws but guys really like them.

For me building a saw from new clean parts is "easier" in that you don't have to tear everything down, figure out which parts are broken, worn , etc, clean everything and reassemble.
I certainly am not knocking an OEM saw, I have bought plenty new and used.  Local guys like the 660 builder, fun and easy and profitable.
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round numbers without shipping, all Farmertec parts except badges and Magnum stickers
MS260 PHO - $250.00
MS361 PHO - $350.00
MS660 PHO - $450.00

or somethin' like that, not sure I have everything in stock but I might is somebody wants a fun puzzle
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You got any pics of built saws to show off for us?

That way I can show guys in the shop that might want to try a new aftermarket over a used rebuilt.
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Re: CCC Chainsaw Conservation Components - DefinitiveDave
« Reply #24 on: February 02, 2015, 07:47:58 pm »
Cant find Caber 45mm x 1.5 rings on your website ?
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Re: CCC Chainsaw Conservation Components - DefinitiveDave
« Reply #25 on: February 03, 2015, 04:17:58 pm »
never had anyone ask for them before :)
I will round up some AM saw pics and put that a sleeve of rings on next months
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Re: CCC Chainsaw Conservation Components - DefinitiveDave
« Reply #26 on: February 03, 2015, 05:06:03 pm »
husky 350 353 51 55 etc use them. My most common ring used here.   45mm 1.5mm  Thinking my 590 and 500 45mm open bore used them too.

Was just trying to go to you instead of NWS to keep it local.   The rings are the main part of that order. Then the rest of the oem order going to JSE.
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Re: CCC Chainsaw Conservation Components - DefinitiveDave
« Reply #27 on: February 05, 2015, 08:36:09 pm »
Also 254 used that 45mm ring.

I was able to put another order in with you anyway Dave.  4th place in 2 days.

 Those aftermarket decomps been holding up ok?

Also got me the bright orange shirt this time too.   Just because my wife thinks  I am so sexy in my bright highlight yellow lime green poulan shirt, LOL NOT!  Did it just because she says it blinds her when I wear it. LMAO.
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Re: CCC Chainsaw Conservation Components - DefinitiveDave
« Reply #28 on: February 06, 2015, 10:54:21 am »
I was able to add those Cabers to my order along with the 353 pistons that sold out :)
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On the AM decomp valves, if it is good when you install it, you will be fine forever, about 5 or 6 out of every hundred seem to seep right from the get go.
Jimmy in NC, told me he uses a valve seat refinisher to burnish the inside of the "dish" and then has no problems. I don't have one of those and would probably hurt myself if I did.
I just sell them knowing there will be a certain amount of failures amongst them and that when taking in to account the price differential between these and OEM and the fact that Farmertec never balks at replacing dead parts for me, they are still a great deal.

The other part that is a little on the iffy side for me is the chain adjuster assembly for the 024-660, it is stiff and about half-assed machined. If you install it completely with a good gob of grease in the guts and then work it from end to end with a large flat head screwdriver they are fine.  It is as though you are finishing the threads manually between the gears.  A little bit of a pain in the butt, but again the price differential is huge, so a lot of us use them.

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Re: CCC Chainsaw Conservation Components - DefinitiveDave
« Reply #29 on: February 06, 2015, 01:18:40 pm »
In the past, people have lapped decompression valves as automobile valves are sometimes lapped.

If you use Loctite Clover green can valve grinding compound, it must be the finest grade you can find.(#5 or #3 if you can find it?)

Some people just use white or red rubbing compound.
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