I have a c.1990 034 that has seen pretty light use over the last 18 years. I am still running the original chain (as well as everyhting else). Hand sharpening has kept it useful, and I am just getting to the point where the file nicks the top of the link. I use the Stihl file jig for depth and angle. It has a 20" bar. I will probably replace the chain soon, as I am now moving to a wood gasser for heat (GARN) and have started stockpiling wood. Anyway - I am having a problem lately with cold starts and stalling after a hard run. After a heavy cut, if I just let go of the throttle, it will die, and is hard to restart, almost like it is out of fuel. After a few false starts, it will run and idle fine. I suspect the fuel line and pickup need to be replaced. Is this something I can source and replace myself? I see no reason why not, but just thought I would ask before charging in (like I usually do . . . :roll: ) My local Stihl dealer/service shop is good, but they are usually backlogged for a week or more at a time, and I would rather not lose my saw for a few weeks if I can do the job myself in an afternoon. Thanks for any help.