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Re: 7300 oiler
« Reply #30 on: March 04, 2014, 05:03:32 pm »
Seems like the saws are inconsistent in how they oil. Thanks for the tip in the 372 clutch tool Jim, did not know that!
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Re: 7300 oiler
« Reply #31 on: March 04, 2014, 05:20:16 pm »
Look at the IPL's? Most of those Dolmars had the same basic oiler with only slight variation of the inlet and outlets.
I'm not sure what an IPL is.I normally don't dig to deep into saws if they need much work. Farthest I've ever been into one is when I installed a new cylinder and piston on my 036. I've never touched an oiler.

My 7300 has been used to pull a 36" bar once. My friend borrowed the saw and bar to cut up a big stump. He said he kept an oil can close by to keep oil on the chain. The guy I bought the bar from ran it on a 7900. A friend of mine has a ported 7900 we pulled a 36" bar with it on a big maple. He said the oiler did fine.
On clean green wood, a 7900 can run the big bars fine.
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