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jeffcat

06-08-2014 07:38:03
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Yes yes, that is why the synthetic stuff is so wonderfull. I used my McCulloch 610 one time and mixed it to the book to see what the giggle factor would be. Well I said ONE time did I not? Oh brother what a smoke screen! I have flea market find saws that I rebuilt and you find almost totally carbon plugged spark screens, totally blocked compresion relief port valves and mufflers with so much carbon they weigh almost one pound! The mufflers I just threw out but the port valve you can clean and the little 1/8 hole I carefully drilled with a finger drill. Screen you take off and GENTLY cook it with a propaine tourch. Use the Sthill,Echo,Husqvarna, etc. mixes.

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D beatty

06-08-2014 08:05:52
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 Re: Fuel Mix in reply to jeffcat, 06-08-2014 07:38:03  
Dad bought a new McCulloch Super 55 (7HP gear driven with 27 inch chipper bar) in 1957. He ran ethyl gasoline with Wolfs Head 30 non- detergent oil in it.It smoked only when you first stated it but after it got warmed up it run as clean as the new saws.



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