Question about Poulan Pro Chain Saw 46cc 20"
Sure, all are very similar and I can tell you without a manual. Loosen the nuts that holds the chain bar to the body. Loosen the slot headed screw that tensions the chain on the bar,( you may have to dig into some stuck on sawdust that may cover the screw) then pull the chain and bar off together. I would flip the bar over to get the advantage of a good square surface for the new chain to wear against on the bottom. Now make sure the cutting bits on the new chain face away from you on the top as it moves on the bar and you are set to replace it on the mounting studs. When you replace the sprocket cover, make sure the tensioner peg goes into the bar slot then snug up the bolts a bit and tighten the chain til you can pull it away about 1/2 inch from the bar when properly tensioned. now further tighten the bolts and enjoy.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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