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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #40 on: November 18, 2013, 08:25:05 pm »
I wanted to show a before and after of a weld job on a Poulan 3750 Tim Allen.   The area where the chain adjuster sits was broken out because the clutch cover got tightened down on it.   A lot of the welding was done from the back side.



I had a 330 I bought for parts  like that. I think they put bar on, missed the bar adjuster and pushed it through case when cover was tighten down.  I rednecked it and put the saw back into firewood service.   So far good to go.

Now you know the welding I want to see, is that other TA that had bow saw on it.  Before / After pics pleaseeeeeee   ;D
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