Mr. Gary Richardson: Outstanding video,!!! I'm a BIG DIY kinda guy, and always wanna feel like I can fix anything on my own without any help! But THIS is why I absolutely love youtube, and the folks who share on here! Had I not watched this video I would've been dismounting the carb linkage from the rear end "inside" connecting to the engine. Which by the looks of it, would be quite a bitch of a day to put back on there... THANK YOU!!! Lol
jackw97224: Great Video. Thanks. I think I will try this on my 029 Farm Boss unless the starting problem is resolved; the saw sat for a year and just will not fire up.
Frank Murray: Lee Any idea how to remove the carb linkeage on an MS 361? Thanks Frank
wetquartermile: Thank you for the video. Dirt got stuck somewhere in my 025's carb and I needed to take it all apart and clean it. I started to take it off the engine but it wasn't obvious what order things needed to be done in. Your video explained it all in a about 2 minutes, and now my saw is running great again.
I didn't bother taking off the air filter, by the way. It just comes off with the filter mount.
filletboy: Ok, it does get bolted through filter assy. I still wish i could find video on Adjusting Carb. Thanks
filletboy: great video cept it should have another link on Adjusting Carb. Also, i didnt notice the carb being bolted to engine?
Cathy Arnett: Great explanation and demo!
newstart49: I found this out the hard way. But once you do it, it takes just a minute or two.
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