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Late 064 differences
« on: May 04, 2019, 06:06:13 pm »
Near the end of the 064 run,here in western Canada they were sending our dealership different versions of the 064,I think they were testing different parts.
The 3/4 wrap(handlebars) and full wrap versions had different cylinders and carbs. One had a chrome cyl.,one hada nikisil cyl.,one had the usual WJ carb,one had the new Bing carb.
For my best customers I built new modded saws with the chrome cyl. and Bing carb.
The Bing carb was a beautifully crafted piece and ran well,I liked the chrome cyl. over the nikasil,because the nikasil was often ruined after a siezure where the chrome cyl. always survived.
The Bing was a carb "par excellance" where as the WJ had metering faults on many models. I collected all the Bings I could for use in hotsaws but a few years ago my supply ran out.
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Re: Late 064 differences
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2019, 09:52:56 am »

@trappermike   guy ask this on the chainsaw repair group FB. Any info?

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A buddy of mine was telling me theres 2 different crankshafts for 064s, one that has a washer behind the clutch and one that doesn't. Can anyone confirm? Thanks
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Re: Late 064 differences
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2019, 09:54:29 am »
Guy overseas says = Paveen Raj - I heard theres 2 version, newer ones had 13 roller bearing
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Re: Late 064 differences
« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2019, 11:14:35 pm »
I don't remember any extra washer under the clutch. Stihl may have gone to an extra ball in the main bearings,Stihil used the teflon cage in their bearings then,far superior to the old metal caged beariings Husky used. Stihil also used "tighter" main bearings than Husky or others . Stihl bearings had a C-2 rating (tighter tolerance) the others used looser C-3 bearings.
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