Robert Patoine: That Is what I was looking for. Thanks
Derek Chung: You don't pull the whole rope in on shot. YOU DON'T WANT THE ROPE INTO THE EXHAUST PORT. You position the piston to the top, push in 1 inch of the rope, and turn the engine so that the piston pushes the rope up, and push in another inch and repeat until you get about 8 inch of rope AT THE TOP OF THE CHAMBER, NOT INTO THE EXHAUST PORT.
wolfgang schmittenhammer: Thanks for the video, well done! I am retired and doing small engine repair partime. I would like to share a couple of things I have learned. If you have an air impact wrench, in some cases you can remove a flywheel bolt etc. without stabalizing the piston. If that doesn't work, and you don't have a special tool. Take out the plug and move the piston near the bottom. Then feed rope into the cylinder to keep the piston from going to the top. I have a Stihl saw that the clutch is glazed. I was going to sandblast both parts to remove the glaze and make a surface with much more friction. If it works, or not, I will post it. Tried etching with rust remover (phosphoric acid) but it didn't produce the surface I was looking for. Also not sure if it is a big concern, but didn't want to overdo it with the phosphoric acid as there could be a problem with hydrogen embrittlement from what I have read. Thanks again, and hope this is of some help to thers.
Charles Jamuga: great
John Zima: Nice Video and nice job but, I have been trying to loosen the sprocket on John Deere Model: CS36 but no luck! Any reason why, Please?
N G: "spur clutches and rim clutches" ? I think you mean spur drive or rim drive - the clutch is either an outboard clutch or an inboard clutch either of which will drive a rim or a spur. A rim drive is more desirable because it is cheaper to replace.
Batuhan Reyhan: Good afternoon nap can mine as much stuck the tip of the screw 3 s
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j kid: This is a very good video! I had no questions after watching it. I like the fact that it gave you multiple alternatives (costly method, and low budget method). :-)
Fernando M: Thank you VM Marck and congratulations!. I have learned much from your videos, for example: How to Remove and Reinstall a Drill Press Chuck, in that time I was assembling an old drill press chuck. The best for you, again thank you. Best Regards from Argentina
mark reed: Great description and visual aid. Really appreciate it!
Elizabeth Schmidt: thanks for showing the rope trick; it worked great!
carlos sharupi: hello muchisimas gracias por el video,,ahora se como se cambia eso ,,,ufff nunca pense que asido de hacer asi para cambiar...yo he estado haciendo todo mal ,,,pero ahora se muy bien gracias una vez mas mi profesor ..sigue adelante
Wil Mitch: was trying to change oil pump, but couldn't get passed the sprocket took other side of saw apart tried to knock the whole section with no luck, who would think sticking a piece of bloody rope down the piston, so very technical. great production now piece of piss.
Pierpa_76 Pierpaolo: Removing the clutch classic (the one with the big springs just for instance) chainsaw?You serve as a key to open it? Here in this video clutch it is easy but in my case it is not so ... !! I await recommendations and solutions. Thank you in advance and Best regards.
Kristian Nikoloski: Very Good explained!
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MsSomeonenew: Jesus, I thought the guy in the shop was just an idiot and didn't know how to do it properly, but you are actually suppose to jam something into the damn cylinder?! What kind of birdbrain design is that... Anyway good tutorial.
Juantor Tor: Te doy las gracias por un detalle que fue lo de la piola en la bujia para sacar el volante del embriague, no tenia como sacarlo ok