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John Deere 55v Chainsaw question

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03-14-2010 15:16:33

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I have a JD 55v made by Echo. I have owned it since new - in 1983.It has been an excellent saw. It has developed ignition problems and the John Deere dealer doesnt seem to be able to get parts for it. A few years back I replaced the points and condensor with one of those little modules due to parts unavailability. Now it appears I need a coil. Does anyone know which Echo model this saw would be ? I may be able to still get the needed part from an Echo dealer, but they cant match up to the JD number.

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oliver Power

03-16-2010 05:16:14

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 Re: John Deere 55v Chainsaw question in reply to JK-NY, 03-14-2010 15:16:33  
Yes, it was the model 650 (don't remember the letters). My uncle still has the saw, should you want me to verify the letters. The 650 I had was a single cylinder engine, and was the identical saw to the John Deere 55V. I do believe the echo has electronic ignition. Now, shortly afterwards, Echo came out with a two cylinder 650. They were on the market at the same time. Make sure you get parts for the single cylinder one, should there be any difference.

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03-14-2010 16:32:40

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 Re: John Deere 55v Chainsaw question in reply to JK-NY, 03-14-2010 15:16:33  
Try the CS-500VL( Echo)
that saw shows to be made by John Deere not echo, so I don't know for sure, I just matched it up to a echo
also check out chainsaw colectors
good luck

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03-14-2010 19:38:52

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 Re: John Deere 55v Chainsaw question in reply to usetob, 03-14-2010 16:32:40  
Thank you - the specs match up to my saw. Thats an interesting web site you mentioned , I'll have to look up some of my old saws on it someday .

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