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Fatboy2017

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  1. Shavey on here is the man on these, he's in your area as well, AJS axes and saws, he will give all the info that you need, he know's much more than me on Dolmars and is a dealer, if you hunt through old posting you will find him, PM him, he's always busy so sometimes response may be a little slow, great guy!!
  2. What part of the world are you in?
  3. Originally these saws and ones of similar age were recommended to run on 25:1, but that was old mineral 2 stroke oil, today modern fully synthetic oils are much better at lubricating and a cleaner burn, so less smoke and carbon build up. Check compression and when plug is out have a look inside, if run on 25:1 it could be carboned up. If it is a very low use mint saw it is a collectors item and is worth good money, maybe sell it and buy a later suitable for milling saw, milling is very hard on saws! Post some photos up of it!
  4. Echo on what was previously written, take care of condition of saw, parts are getting thin on the ground, most NLA, cylinders and pistons rare to say the least. If you're only milling with it, remove the chainbrake ( if it has one!) Use fully synthetic top quality 2 stroke oil, at least 40:1 ( maybe 32:1) others will have an opinion on that and premium or ethanol free fuel. Treat it like the geriatric it is, don't push it and enjoy!
  5. Robin Wood on here can still supply them
  6. See parts list attached, maybe some use for you. mccullochmac335maccat435.pdf
  7. When the unleaded 95 changes to 10% ethanol in September, some of the manufactures, namely Texaco, Esso are changing their Premium or Super Unleaded to 0% ethanol, but not in all areas, in the areas which does not it will still be 5% ethanol as it currently is, ( even then, just to confuse the public, the fuel will be 0% ethanol, but will still show 5% ethanol on the pump to satisfy the greens! If you are in a 5% ethanol area just use fuel stabilizer, this stops the degrading and the water absorption, its cheap and available from all good garden machinery places or the net of course.
  8. Check with Shavey, he usually has access to many full wrap handles of all fitments, maybe he can help
  9. I dumped the Husky type clamp and used a Stihl clamp, can't remember which model exactly, but they go on size 30mm, 32mm etc, quite cheap and ready available from Stihl dealer, you just tighten with a screwdriver, can be re-used and work very well
  10. I see you stated you had a preference of Stihl and Husky, but I would seriously consider a Makita / Dolmar saw, much cheaper and light, powerful and very reliable, great saws built to a high quality, ask Shavey ( Andrew at AJ axes and saws)
  11. Fatboy2017

    Stihl 020AV

    There is a very useful guy in Greece which has a great range of chainsaw parts and equipment, and knowledge, close to Athens, Google DLA ENGINE PARTS or www.dlastore.com and you will find his contact, if that's any help for you.
  12. Has anybody got a pdf workshop service manual for a Stihl MS 362C? Rebuilding one and want to make sure I have all the info, Cheers
  13. I'm looking for some Dolmar parts for a 112 and 111, do you know of anybody?

  14. any chance of a Dolmar 112 chain brake band? part number : 113/116 - 119.213.053 (same on 112, 114, 117, 119, 120)

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