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Old 15-07-08   #1 (permalink)
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Ryobi PCN 4545 replacement bar ?

Drawn a blank everywhere I look. Anyone know what the bar fitment for a replacement is on one of these little saws? Its 325/050 but do not know mount (customer's saw on interweb) would guess it's A041 (GB PO) but have not seen it, and bnot listed anywhere I look, including online. Help!
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I'd imainge most folk here would never use Ryobi products. My flatmate works for the company who distributes Ryobi, AEG etc. He is away just now, i'll text him and have a rake around in his stuff and try to find out for you

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33cc saw 14" bar: RCS - 3335, Replacement Bar: CSA - 012

35cc saw 16" bar: RCS-3540C, Replacement bar: CSA - 026

40cc saw 18" bar: RCS - 4046C, Replacement Bar:CSA - 027

44cc saw 20" bar: RCS 4450C, Replacment bar: CSA- 028

Thats all i know. hope some of that helps, either that or stroll into B+Q

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had never even seen one of these Ryobis till the weekend, when a farmer dropped in 3 saws for a service. didnt seem too bad a saw tbh, revved out nice, cut ok.
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Re: Jamie, thanks for looking but those part numbers must be oem Ryobi. Don't think B&Q will like me taking their saws apart to see the bar mount though, even if there was one near Aberlemno.....so still no further forward.

Andy: do you recognise the bar mount on your farmers' saws ? My contact wants a replacement bar, but I've never seen the saw/bar so cannot advise if I have something to fit. I'd guess it's the A041 Oregon type but it is no use guessing obviously.
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Tbh I didnt spend too much time looking at the mounts, but it did look as if the oregon bars made for McCulloch and Efco might be interchangeble with it.Trouble is I dont recall seeing any info etched on the bars, regarding drive links or other info. Sorry I cant be more help.
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Drawn a blank everywhere I look. Anyone know what the bar fitment for a replacement is on one of these little saws? Its 325/050 but do not know mount (customer's saw on interweb) would guess it's A041 (GB PO) but have not seen it, and bnot listed anywhere I look, including online. Help!
Hi the bar is a KO41 mount as it's .325 so the number you need is 180SLGKO41 if 18" or 160SLGKO41 if 16" the chain is 95VP .325 050, 20BPX will also fit but takes a larger bite which slows down the saw as it's power was designed for narrow kerf chain.
Any Oregon dealer can order you this.
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