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First post, so go easy! Long term lurker though, especially in the firewood forum.

 

I have a Poulan 3450 US chainsaw with a 20” bar. Great for jobs around the farm but my dad was using it and the exhaust rattled off. We now can’t find the front cover or one of the two bolts to hold it on. Have tried looking for a front cover but no luck.

 

Any help appreciated or suggestions - perhaps an exhaust off a Husky might fit? Thanks in advance, John.

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1 hour ago, jcfaeecht said:

First post, so go easy! Long term lurker though, especially in the firewood forum.

 

I have a Poulan 3450 US chainsaw with a 20” bar. Great for jobs around the farm but my dad was using it and the exhaust rattled off. We now can’t find the front cover or one of the two bolts to hold it on. Have tried looking for a front cover but no luck.

 

Any help appreciated or suggestions - perhaps an exhaust off a Husky might fit? Thanks in advance, John.

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B8B85562-AD15-4379-A66D-63A537AA4887.jpeg

936ECA92-9E84-4C46-8A4B-ADDE4A68F0C3.jpeg

339227D4-B135-4B98-B4A6-E74A9D466D53.jpeg

221B03FA-A934-477B-BED6-06A948E9FC6D.jpeg

Possibly @adw  could help as Poulan were or are part of Husqvarna . ?

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I have plenty of those parts but shipping from US would kill it for ya.

 

One thing will help that saw in cut.  Twist and remove that inner tube across the back.

 

I will do some look up but is a poulan only part.

 

 

2 outer covers. One with front exit too. If you can get that one you will have a dual port muffler.

 

 

 

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This product was sold long before Husqvarna toke over the consumer products, it looks much like all the American consumer machines Partner/Mccolluch etc, it is what it is.

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19 hours ago, Cut4fun said:

Style you have on there now .

 

Will be sold under husqvarna now days 530053465

https://www.husqvparts.com/Husqvarna-530053465/

Cheers for the help. I can only see the cover on US websites and as you mentioned shipping kills it. Pity there aren’t any in the uk or even Europe.

 

Think I will try get a physically similar size exhaust from another type and modify it or make a cover.

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Oh ya these were the good ones still. Not that garage of today.

 

I take these over a stihl 026 260 any day of the week. 

 

They are pro grade build just like a 026 260. But IMHO better built and improved over those.

 

Freaking choke in the carb for one. Not the air filter LOL. 

Sweden crankshafts.

 

Showing 2 tone one I just sold. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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