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I have two mcclloch timber bear chain saws 3.4 and I'm looking for two throttlelinkage rodsthe one from the carb. to the trigger

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I found a 13-600041-34 Timber Bear IPL here:
http://www.ordertree.com/modelinfo/MCC/13-600041-34-TIMBER-BEAR-07%2F90-to-Current-IPL-211627/139.13-600041-34-TIMBER-BEAR-07%2F90-to-Current-IPL-211627.1.59.1.html
On the "General Assembly" Illustration, item 71, is a "Rod, Throttle". An Internet search for McCulloch 214504 returns many sites showing this part in stock.

I make no claim this is your saw or this is the part you seek. I defer to you to ensure applicability.

McCulloch IPLs
http://www.ordertree.com/modelinfo/McCulloch/139.59.html
There are also
13-60041-35 and -36 (often part of serial number). I saw no other prefixes used with 600041. Again I am human and do err.

In a pinch a piece of hobby store piano wire and a couple pair of pliers can probably be used to fabricate what you need.

If you have additional questions you can reply below and I will help further, HTH
Lou

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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    dontbother10 Feb 06, 2010

    Suffixes are usually part of the model number not serial. The prefix is usually associated with the serial number. I told you I was human. LOL

    Lou

    ~13-600041-35 and~ Phat Phingers too.

    You meant what I knew.

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