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Re: Whats on your bench today
« Reply #670 on: March 19, 2018, 08:47:56 pm »
Bench full waiting on parts. 

So working on floor since carb came in for the 55 trimmer I been doing for a guy. Both ready to go now.
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Re: Whats on your bench today
« Reply #671 on: March 20, 2018, 08:21:11 am »
There are some people who do not like working on these saws.    In order to replace the fuel line the entire engine and fuel tank have to come out all together and then installed the same way.    It can be a bit of a pain if not familiar.
Something is very close to my experience on a old little Italian McCulloch, after all it seems that she was put to the market as one of consumer saws.
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Re: Whats on your bench today
« Reply #672 on: May 07, 2018, 03:46:50 pm »
Took some interesting trades in today. One appears to be a later 066 or maybe 660, then maybe a a couple 2.8 3.0 or 3.3 plus a 9mm cc little guy.   
I dont have a clue how to tell on the stihl which. Poly fly so assume later 066 or 660.

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Re: Whats on your bench today
« Reply #673 on: September 14, 2019, 05:17:02 pm »
Few saws came in this morning to go through. A few I dont care to work on, a few just $ saws to me but dont care for them and only 1 in the bunch caught my eye.

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Re: Whats on your bench today
« Reply #674 on: September 17, 2019, 01:16:18 am »
Few saws came in this morning to go through. A few I dont care to work on, a few just $ saws to me but dont care for them and only 1 in the bunch caught my eye.

I don't know which one out of that bunch caught your eye, but I do know which one caught my eye.  It's that one dark grey with it's engine to the wall,  bar and chain facing out, the one kind of in the center a bit to the right of center. 

It's muffler looks like the Poulan muffler on my oldest most favorite saw.  Mine is a proper green Poulan Timber Master 365 with a 60 cc engine.  That grey saw looks like it might be a Sears Craftsman version of that same awesome saw. 


I ran out of chainsaws to work on last week.  Getting my Poulan 245A working was the last straw.  So I got a ladder out and went up all the way to the top of the shelving in my shop,  all the way up to the 12 foot above the floor level and dug out that box with the two Wright Saws that also has the parts of several 2 cycle boat motors in it as well.  A big heavy box.  My dad must have set the box up there and then filled it making several trips on the ladder he used. 

I've got two complete Wright saws, a Model GS-5020 and a GS-5020A.  The A model I've dated to 1960 to 1962. The 5020 without the A is clearly a slightly older model.  Only the top cover and fuel tanks seem to be different. 

These are reciprocating saws, the saw blade piston extends out from the engine piston.  And they are the biggest and most powerful saws I own, being of a 115.7 cc's.  Big old monsters. 

My dad had one of them when I was in high School.  I assume he found the other one as a parts saw so he could fix the first saw.  The thing is I can't tell which is the parts saw and which it the saw to fix up, both are repairable.  My list of parts needed are the kinds of parts I can find in the nuts and bolts aisle at the hardware store.  The hardest to find being a left hand thread nut and a key for one of the flywheels. 

I will also need to fabricate a cover for the points housing for one of the saws. For which i have a pattern to help me make it on the other saw.  And I will need to make an air filter element for the blade piston, but again I have a pattern for it on the other saw. 

These will be nice looking pair of saws if I can get them to run. 
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Re: Whats on your bench today
« Reply #675 on: June 22, 2021, 08:54:23 am »
To many dropped off to put in their own thread right now. 12 of them.    To get as many as can cutting.

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