Question about NRS Oregon Bar And Chain Set For Echo Chainsaws 16" Oregon # 105700 Fits Echo Models 280, 290, 300, 301, 302, 302S, 315, 330, 351, 3000, 3400, 3451

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Broken bolt that holds chain bar in place

I have an older Echo Kioritz 302S chain saw. My son twisted the back bolt off that holds the cain bar in place. Questions; Is it repairable and if so where would I find the part? Is it something I can do at home? I have searched the internet with no luck for repair manuals and or parts. Thank you for your time spent to help me.

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  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    Same thing for me. Over tightening lead to the bolt snapping off. I could remove the post with pliers but I'm having a hell of a time finding the part on the schematic. I have an echo CS 346. Apparently echo must know that this part breaks a lot and they leave it up to the parts places to deal with it. Like I said the parts schematic doesn't really scream "here it is". It seems that there might be a part in the schematic that is right, but it's really hard to tell. Plus if you do an internet search for "post" you get gobs of blog posts, not bolt posts. Damn you cliche loving starbucks mocha sipping freaks. **** on your popular search terms google biatches.

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

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As you know, your chain saw is obsolete, However, go to this website and they will have what you need:


http://www.cmsmallengines.net/echo-kioritz-c35.html


Good luck.

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