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  1. I install cheap hour-meter My backhoes four-stroke engine. [ame] [/ame]
  2. Desperate for help, I have a Holder a60 tractor with major issues, the piston closest to the cab has sheared of the bottom piece of Conrod and top piece has jammed the crank tight, block is sound and valve rods are fine, I no I need a Conrod and possibly a crank, praying it hasn't twisted, does anybody have any experience taking holder engine apart, I no I can get bits for her from lamberhust eng but the prices of these little German gems are astronomically massive, if anybody has any parts or an engine for a60 I would be eternally grateful!!
  3. I have a Briggs and Stratton quantum engine that hunts at full throttle I have cleaned the carb and adjusted everything however the problem still occurs Also there is a squealing noise from the driveshaft gearbox Thanks
  4. Hey, new to the forum looking for some advice, i brought my 365 special into a hire shop/husqvarna dealer for a new chain, without asking me he ground out the oregon bar to suit a stihl chain, i wasn't to happy about it but he said its normal he dose it all the time and he has a special disc to do it. Has anyone heard of this? is it ok? Now the engine has sized after not much use since then, He says it over heated from being worked too hard, said the clutch was black and the barrel and piston seized, and wants me to pay for the repairs. It was defiantly not being worked hard and he checked the fuel himself and said the mix was perfect. What do you think?
  5. Hi all. Saw a thread about this from a while back and so joined up in the hope someone may have some ideas... I have a Holder A50 with a cracked block (schoolboy error, last winter + no antifreeze = expensive mistake) so am looking for a replacement engine for it. I understand that engines from A60, A65 and possibly C30 will fit. Hope you guys don't mind me on your patch and hope someone out there can help (or know a man who knows a man, you get it...) Cheers Paul
  6. Americans.... the art of doing nothing... down to a tee.. YouTube - cttreeclimber's Channel
  7. Petemate_390xp has done an awesome job on my 395xp, well worth the money if you want a hot saw without the risk of killing the engine. mine is tuned for carving work so I can get those big blocks off quickly. get in touch with him if you want the most out of your saws!!!


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