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How to assemble the saw.

I have stripped the saw for cleaning and the brake part with the pressure washers got me. i dont know in what sequence it must go in.How do i fit the pressure washers on the motor for the slip clutch/brake
Where can i get a assembly drawing of how to put everything back toghether?


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  • jim gleason May 11, 2010

    what model do you have? You can access everything you need as far as drawings at

  • usedtotruck2 May 11, 2010

    Availability of a drawing depends on who makes the saw. Need a brand, model # & serial #. Bar length is not important. And a "Pressure Washer" is a machine with a motorized pump that pressurizes water for removal of debris. Please clarify what you are calling a "Pressure Washer".

    JERRY ABELL May 11, 2010

    hello like loe said it is quite hard to help someone when you don't know the model or brand name.

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    dontbother10 May 11, 2010

    Markus no guarantees we can help but we cannot attempt what you ask without a make and model for your saw. If Husky, Poulan or McCulloch a serial number may also be needed to properly answer your question. Lou



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SOURCE: Chain brake Assembly

A drawing of a Poulan Wildthing can be found here:
Click "
View the illustrated parts list [Go]"
There are multiple drawings, this one may not be the correct one. The detail isn't very good but this is the best illustration for your saw. The "Handle, Chassis, and Bar Assembly" shows what is available. GL

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SOURCE: clutch brake assembly

I went to and looked at an IPL for a PP4620???, can you say worthless boys and girls? I provide it in case you need parts.
The dash number of your serial number is the type.

This thread is dedicated to your saw. Join, post your need and someone wil snap a photo and post or PM it to you.

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SOURCE: cannot reassemble brake band assembly to clutch drum

The brake was engaged when removed. The Illustrated Parts List (IPL) here shows how the majority of components fit together. The brake needs to be released to clear the clutch drum.
Secure the clutch cover (it requires quite a bit of force), with a couple of blocks of wood, in a large vise or a C-clamp on a work surface.

Use a pair of pliers or a crescent and rotate the spoked part CW until it latches. This one is latched.

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Good Luck. HTH
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SOURCE: the chain brake on my

You ask a 2 part question, I start with brake band repair/replacement.
A link to a 2004 Husqvarna 137/137E IPL (exploded parts list) follows (may not be your saw):
See the Chain Brake illustration, item 13 for the band. Item 14 (see Bailey's description. Your local Husky dealer will save shipping fees and is likely about the same price.) is a complete clutch cover $22

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To re assemble the hand guard back onto the brake cover, place the hand guard as best you can onto the side cover, now use a conical punch to push throught the hand guard and cover, now useing the punch as a pivot pull the hand guard fully back until the brake loads, once loaded remove the puch, the hand guard should now easily align back onto the cover, insert the two puvot collers and re fit the allen screw.

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