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Threaded stud that holds chain bar broke off, how do I get it off.

Threaded studs that hold the chain bar on broke off, how do I replace them.

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If it is broken off at the saw, you need to get an ez out to remove it - follow the instructions with it. pretty unusual for both studs to break off at the same time. Hope this helps you, Rick

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I am unable to get the bar and chain off of my Poulan Pro 260 42cc chainsaw because the stud for the clutch brake housing has broken loose inside the housing. When turning the clutch brake nut the clutch...


I ran into the same problem and I "cheated" my way through this. First of all, the thread is metric on the stud. Take an imperial nut and start to thread it on the stud. Don't force it, it will stop after half a turn. Now you hold the imperial nut with a socket or a wrench, and use a flat wrench to undo the other nut(the one that is stuck). It took me 2 minutes to remove it and no damage done at all.

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If the IPL I provided is not your saw you can find yours here:
Poulan.com
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At our dealership we replace the Bar studs with Heli-Coil and locktite for $20.

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Here's another thought - if the stud isn't too badly stripped, you may be able to use a re-threading die to restore the threads. The thread type and size will depned on the make and model of your car. An autmotive parts store can usually help with this.
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If you must replace the stud,

A bad stud can usually be driven out through the back of the axle flange. You said the stud was stripped. You can:

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