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John Deere Tractors Discussion Forum
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john deere chain saw

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ben70b

11-24-2012 06:51:41
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i have an old john deere chain saw i got off my dad. he said he bought it new 30 years ago. it has a 20" bar but the model number is worn off. any of you guys have an idea of what model it may be?




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Jim Knapp

11-25-2012 05:06:23
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
I'll check, but I think my manual covers 50, 60, and 70V saws. 60 and 70V look very much alike if I remember right.

Jim



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Jim Knapp

11-25-2012 04:58:54
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
A 60V or 70V will have a decompression lever to the right of the top cover and a chrome metal ring on the left side around the starter rope. A 50V will not have these features. I have a 50V that has Echo 425 parts and ID on it after being ran over by a pickup.

Jim



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The Dukester

11-24-2012 20:18:16
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
I bought a John Deere (Echo) just about 31 years ago that looked very similar to that one IIRC. It was a good saw, I sold it when I left the farm in 1984. Bought a McCulloch Timber Bear about the same size as the John Deere was (55cc, 20 inch blade) in 1992 in California and it's still sawing for me....true, I don't use it much. The Echos were made by Koritz for JD.

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buickanddeere

11-24-2012 17:06:38
184.151.61.85



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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
The JD parts site will eventually show the unique parts to allow a certain ID.



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rweNY

11-24-2012 14:28:46
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
I have a 50V and it looks a little different on the cover for the air filter. I got parts for mine last winter. It was an Echo. I got the parts through a local chain saw dealer. If you have a good saw dealer locally he could probably help you.
Ralph



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Mark-Ia

11-24-2012 11:01:36
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
That looks like Model 40V or a 50V.



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ben70b

11-24-2012 09:37:24
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
trying to determin the model number on this saw so i can try and find an owners manual



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ben70b

11-24-2012 09:36:11
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  

tryin to upload a pic



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Jo Bird

11-24-2012 14:35:20
173.84.194.235



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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 09:36:11  
ben70b That is either a 60V or 70V, I have a model 50V and it has the 18 " bar, Not a 40V or 50V they are much smaller. Their are books on Ebay for about $23 that cover the model 50,60 and 70. These saws were made by Echo/Kioritz for JD. It should have a model plate right below the clutch. Jo



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Brownie 450

11-24-2012 07:12:14
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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to ben70b, 11-24-2012 06:51:41  
I believe most of their saws from that era were made by Echo/ Kioritz.



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F-I-T

11-24-2012 08:19:27
184.6.247.3



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 Re: john deere chain saw in reply to Brownie 450, 11-24-2012 07:12:14  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

We bought one in 1970, and it was a Remington.



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