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Gear Case, Auto-Oiler screws are stripped and i need the part number for the screws. they are double threaded meaning one side screws into the gear case and the other end is threaded to recieve nuts that hold on the cover. Can you help me find the part number to these two screws?

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You give no model number. If you had I would have opened the parts manual and located your part number. You can find it here:
If your saw is not listed type "CS" in the “Model:” window, click "Search" and select your saw from the list provided.

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. HTH & Good Luck.
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