Joe King: Great Guide - thanks. I stupidly ran my Stihl MS 181 without any chain oil for about 15 minutes. I then filled it with oil, but now its leaking oil out of the bottom of the saw. Could this be the oil pump in your opinion? Thank you
Alexandria Timpson: i think you did a very good job good video. the torque value on the clutch was great, torque values are very important once again great job
Louis Tang: Can some thing else be use as chain instead of the bars chain oil?
floydrturbo1: Excellent instructional video. Great job, video-very good, audio-very good, subject matter-excellent. wish they were all this well done.
M.S.T.C: I appreciate you taking the time to show all of us about the worm gear & how to replace it. I have another questions: If the worm gear is still in good shape & you have more oil inside the casing then on the chain is the oil pump bad? Or any recommendations?
harryhazza3: great guide. thank you
Mike Bailey: Well done. Thanks for the great guide.
bpccDCin2020: Damn, dude! This is one of the best (if not THE best!) how-to videos I've ever seen. Either you had a camera guy with you or you spent a hell of a long time setting up the shots. Excellent explanation of the procedure and cautions to observe. You are a Youtube GOD!!!
j waid: very good video
Adam Sowder: can you set the oiler to put out more oil in the older 029
Miguel barahona: Thanks
Don Walker: Thanks, you illustrated that soooo good.
bcamk: Nice video, but I think part of your problem is that you are missing the cover washer that goes between the clutch and the oil drive gear. There may be too much slop without it, besides debris getting in there.
Edward Metts: Thank's very Helpful,exspecially when broke.
pei bossman: what is wrong when the chain tightner on a 290 Stihl chainsaw when the tightner tightens out before the chain is tight? thanks...
Robin Read: Very well explained - thanks
Aaron Belcher: Very helpful, nice and very clear tutorial. You da man.
TheDisorderly1: Why did the worm gear wear? Was the pump clogged or is this a normal wear item that just needs replaced after awhile?
Frank Murray: I can't find any problem with the oiling. I think I will just turn the adjuster underneath up to maximum oiling. I am reassembling but have hit a problem; the clutch housing won't sit down flat due to the circular sprung steel I mentioned in previous post. I can't get it to sit down sufficient to get the circlip on. I can see that you have to line up the worm gear arm. Have you any suggestions ? Thanks
Patrick McMurray: This is a professional quality vid. Clear picture, clear voice, organized and methodical. Thank you! I am subscribed.
How to Replace the Bar & Chain Oil Pump Worm Gear on a Stihl MS 029 Chainsaw5
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