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Need sprocket for el-6 - Remington Electric Chain Saw

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    dontbother10 May 11, 2010

    el-6 doesn't cross to anything Remington. Are you aware they are no in production? Replacement parts are about 90% NLA. Remington.comhttp://www.desaparts.com/index.htm Good luck. Lou

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THE SPROCKET NUMBER IS 0028309 AVAIL AT YOUR REMINGTON DEALER OR ONLINE HOPE THIS HELPS!

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How do i remove sprocket from chainsaw homelite ut10588


The washer needs to removed too as it may have dropped into a thread. Other than that there nothing that shouldn't be anything holding the sprocket drum; unless you have a clutch or needle bearing failure.
Note: only 6 tooth .375 sprocket is available and than it is an aftermarket one. The 8 tooth .325 spocket is no longer available.

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I am changing the timing chain in a 1993 Chevy S-10 with a 4.3L engine. I was told you have to disconnect a wire to reset it but I don't know where the wire is.


Timing Chain: Service and Repair
REMOVAL
Tools Required = Crankshaft Sprocket Puller
1. Remove the timing cover.
2. Remove the crankshaft position sensor reluctor ring.
3. Remove the camshaft sprocket bolts.
4. Remove camshaft sprocket.
5. Remove timing chain.
6. Remove the crankshaft sprocket.
7. Remove crankshaft sprocket key.

INSTALLATION
1. Install the key into the crankshaft keyway.
2. Use the crankshaft balancer installer to install the crankshaft sprocket.
3. Install the camshaft sprocket and timing chain.
4. Install camshaft sprocket bolts.
Be sure to align the camshaft and the crankshaft sprocket marks. Timing marks (Number 4 Firing).
Tighten bolts to 21 ft. lbs.
5. Align the keyway on the reluctor ring with the key in the crankshaft.
6. Install the reluctor ring onto the crankshaft until the ring is completely seated against the crankshaft sprocket.
7. Install the timing cover.

Don't know what Wire you are referring to.

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I don't understand how to shift my 12-speed Adventurer bicycle and am looking for online manual or some help. The right-hand shifter has numbers 1-6, but I don't seem to know how to match it up...


It sounds like you have 2 sprockets on the Front (Crank) sprocket-
and likely 6 sprockets on the rear?

So-- when you have the chain in the smaller diameter sprocket on the front, and you have the chain on the biggest sprocket in the rear-- you have the most mechanical advantage-- and you can climb hills the best-

If you started in this gear, (sand you are pedaling on the level road) you could gradually work you way up thru those 6 sprockets-- until you are cruising-

Then -- for all practical purposes, you can shift the Front sprocket to the larger sprocket, and now you have at the fastest ratio possible. (In other words you pedal slower, for a faster rotation of the rear wheel-- make sense?)

There is no need to switch back and forth 12 times, as you go gradually faster-- (It is not like driving a big truck! :-)

Does this help?-- if not, let me know what I missed in your question?

Mack B

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Hello. Our Felt El Guapo is geared way too low. we want to know which sprocket has to be changed and where to buy the sprocket to gear it up. many thanks.


Since apparent effort is a function of the relative sizes of the wheel diameter, front chainring and rear cog, and the first two are limited b y the frame and other hardware, you need to replace the rear cog. Make it smaller if possible.

The procedure ...

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/coaster-hub-service-pedal-brake

Or, remove the chain guard and that opens up the possibility of a larger chainring. But the chainring is not replaceable as a subassembly so a whole new crankset would be required.

Take it a local Bicycle Shop and they can handle any or all of the above.

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Need sprocket for el-6


look up newsawchains on internet has most sprockets in stock

Feb 09, 2011 | Remington Electric Chain Saw

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Hello iwould like to lower revs by 1000at say 70mph what sprockets do i need


You will need either a larger transmission sprocket or a smaller wheel sprocket. The larger percentage change will occur with an increase in the front sprocket number of teeth. The way to mathematically determine that is to consider the present tooth ratio/RPM and relate that to the desired ratio. There are practical limits on how big the front sprocket can get before having interference problems. A 2-tooth increase should come fairly close. It would take about 4 to 6-tooth decrease in the rear sprocket to achieve the same results. Take your pick--the front sprocket should be cheaper and much easier to install. You will need to adjust the chain length accordingly. There will be a minor acceleration decrease due to the change. A fatter rear tire will also increase speed somewhat too. Hope this helps!

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How do you set the timing chain for a 2000 cavalier?


Timing Chain and Gears REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 2.2L Engine Fig. 1: The timing marks on the sprockets should be in alignment. If not, turn the crankshaft until the marks are aligned 91113p63.jpg
Fig. 2: The timing chain tensioner is retained by a Torx head bolt (1) and a regular hex head bolt (2) 91113p58.jpg
Fig. 3: Unfasten the camshaft sprocket bolt 91113p59.jpg
Fig. 4: Remove the camshaft sprocket and the timing chain at the same time . . . 91113p60.jpg
Fig. 5: . . . then remove the tensioner assembly 91113p61.jpg
Fig. 6: Compress the tensioner spring and insert a cotter pin or nail in the hole provided to hold the tensioner in position 91113p62.jpg
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the front cover as previously detailed.
  3. Place the No. 1 piston at TDC of the compression stroke so that the marks on the camshaft and crankshaft sprockets are in alignment (see illustration).
  4. Loosen the timing chain tensioner nut as far as possible without actually removing it.
  5. Remove the camshaft sprocket bolts and remove the sprocket and chain together. If the sprocket does not slide from the camshaft easily, a light blow with a soft mallet at the lower edge of the sprocket will dislodge it.
  6. Using a suitable gear puller, remove the crankshaft sprocket. To install:
  7. Press the crankshaft sprocket back onto the crankshaft.
  8. Install the timing chain over the camshaft sprocket and then around the crankshaft sprocket. Make sure that the marks on the two sprockets are in alignment (see illustration). Lubricate the thrust surface with Molykote® or its equivalent.
  9. Align the dowel in the camshaft with the dowel hole in the sprocket and then install the sprocket onto the camshaft. Use the mounting bolts to draw the sprocket onto the camshaft and then tighten to 66-68 ft. lbs. (91-95 Nm).
  10. Lubricate the timing chain with clean engine oil. Tighten the chain tensioner.
  11. Installation of the remaining components is in the reverse order of removal. Fig. 7: Exploded view of the timing chain and sprockets - 2.2L OHV engine 87953107.gif
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I need a sprocket assembly for my EL* 107624-02


Afternoon Happy;
The obsolete chainsaw Gods smiled on you today, but there is a catch 22. You must purchase a repair kit to get the parts you need.
Master Distributors
http://www.masterparts.net/remingtonelectricchainsaw.html
Part number 122511-01; SPECIALTY PARTS: SPROCKET GEAR (107713-01 SPROCKET GEAR, 075676 BEARING, 059606 DRIVE GEAR) (DSSP-SH); $16.99.

Are you aware RemingtonPower has ceased production? Soon eBay will be the only source for replacement parts.

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Thank you for using FixYa and Good Luck. HTH
Lou

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How do you adjust chain tension? I have the 16" Remington electric chain saw, and the chain will not stay tight; it slips off the rear sprocket as soon as I try to use it. I don't feel everything is...


Here is a link to instructions for EL-8 series saws ... http://www.desatech.com/pdf/115499-01_EL8_Series_Chain_Saw_Tension_Adjustment.pdf. For series LNT-2, LNT-3,EL-1, and EL-7 according to the manufacturer... "WARNING: The cutting edges on the chain are sharp. Protective gloves should be used when touching the chain. Unplug the chain saw from the power supply. Allow chain to cool. Loosen the guide bar nuts until they are finger tight. Ensure the adjusting block is in the adjustment hole in the guide bar. Turn the chain tensioning screw clockwise to increase tension. Turn the chain tensioning screw counterclockwise to decrease tension. Check for proper chain adjustment by pulling down on the chain at the bottom center of the guide bar. You should see no more than a ⅛ inch gap between the chain cutting links and the guide bar. The guide (or drive) links should not come out of the guide bar grooves. The chain should rotate freely around the guide bar. If it does not, chain tension should be decreased. When the chain is properly adjusted, tighten the guide bar nuts securely." On the M series if your chain keeps slipping off your sprocket... The Sprocket cover tab (located on the round part of the sprocket cover) isn’t inserted into the saw body tab slot. I hope this helps you!

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