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Fuel line routing diagram
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's a design flaw in timberman chain saws. After some hours of use, they develop a bad habit of not releasing the clutch drum completely. And that takes precious power away from the saw. If it becomes too tight, the clutch drum may over heat and cause the plastic enclosure to warp or melt down. After messing with this brake for months, I ended up completely removing it. Replacing it was not an option for me - there was nothing to replace - it is not the brake band that's bad, but the mechanism in the brake handle of this saw that is flawed. Overall, this chainsaw is very cheaply built - Homelite used waaaay too much plastic in it!
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
been out fighting 2 saws today,r+r lines filters one problem on 1 saw same went from 50/1 to 30/1 quit over heating and evaporating gas,, pulls easier fires an pulls chain well on big cuts//used 50on two cords cool day last year today 80+ over heated
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Shouldn't be that hard to do. Possible paths 1) Run hose from tank fitting to Carb fitting. 2) Run hose from tank to shut-off vale to Carb 3) Run hose from tank to shut-off to prime to carb 4) run hose from tank to shut-off to prime to filter to carb. Omit any item not on your saw.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
As long as the line fits tight so its not sucking air you should be ok.. try changing out the plug if its old. Clean out the air filter too.. But the line should be ok as long as its tight..
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: fuel line diagram for 358.352160
It is most likely a Poulan almost all are. The IPL is the only manufacturer supplied fuel system detail, it lists components, part numbers and very little routing detail. and is usually spread over multiple illustrations.
I think you'll find the short video, a few notes and a typical system most helpful. Any local saw shop can provide replacement hose.
Fuel Line Replacement by SmallEng.com
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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