Enjoy your PS 421. Thanks for telling about it.
Anybody need free kindling?
Funny, I have a Craftsman 42cc/18" (really a Poulan) from 1994 in which the exact same thing happened. The 2 coil bolts are threaded in plastic and...
Probably is...I get some nonsensical emails from auto-correct software. And you'll ROTFLOL to some Google voicemail translations.
Well, that makes it easy. Changing drive sprocket and bar sprocket on a homeowner 42cc saw would be overboard. Get the 50cc with regular 3/8 if you...
Carb orator? I didn't know carbs could speak! Next time, I'll just ask it what's wrong - "Is it your fuel pump diaphragm? Metering diaphragm? Come...
Yes, the 20" bar should be regular 3/8" pitch and .050 gauge. Can get "yellow" chain in chisel and semi chisel = more aggressive. The 4218 will...
Those offering trees should be required to watch this.
You'll need a PROFESSIONAL chainsaw...."don't you be showing up with a Wild Thang - I won't let you give me $1500 of free labor."
Is it proven the $45 one is more durable/dependable? Read as many reviews as you can to compare. I'd just get the $14 one and play with it.
I have the Lowes $29.95 one. Seems good enough.
It depends on your climate. Good to mix half pine / half locust or hickory and have a quick starting / long burning fire. Or unless it's a cold...
Good job. Where are you in TN? I'm just south of Fayetteville.
If you have loblolly, buck it, split it, dry it and and burn it.
Pine is a dense softwood but seems a stretch that any pine yields 22 mBTU. I think that's skewed on the high side. Everybody else reports mid teens.
Most pines are 13 -18 mBTU / cord. I burn lotsa pine - dries in 6-12 months, lights quickly, splits easily.
You can read about them on the company website. http://www.lovelessash.com/
Nah, hang around... I have brain cramps all the time. LOL
No, this is a Husqvarna chainsaw he's talking about.
Just move piston 1/2' up, 1/2" down a few times, then let sit over night.
Can you get a gauge and check compression? I think Autozone has them as free loaner tool. Harbor Freight has them cheap - not great quality but good...
Some possibilities: Aggressive chain or green chain? Rakers filed down, too? H mix screw needs tune? Carb screen partially blocked? Slightly low...
Let's see...They respond to ad for free wood. They get free wood. They whine and stipulate how you will remove it for free. LOL.
I know nothing about the Remington gas saw. Made by MTD seems a little odd. Some things to consider: Husky 445 is a homeowner level saw - $310 + tax...
The powerhead weighs 16 lbs but it's lightweight - says so right there....so, no whining when arms and back hurt!
Maybe carb just needs cleaning. Or a rebuild kit.Or a new carb. Aftermarket carbs for Briggs 9hp look to be ~$22 on fleabay.
Looks like a fine job. I hate you having to split and stack all that - send some south.
I'd give him the option: Pick up the wood or I'll cut you a check for 1.3 cords = $200.
Maybe plug wire does unscrew from coil. Most of the newer trimmer coils I've seen have plug wire molded into coil.
Replace "coil". No, you don't replace spark plug wire. If inner wire is fine and outside insulation is cracked - you can re-insulate with heat shrink...
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