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Old 04-12-2009, 01:47 PM
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i have a wright chainsaw 122 that i got from my grandpapa and i need to know how to get it set if any one knows
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Acres site should have some basic info on carb settings. If it has been sitting a long time at least clean the carb and make sure the diaphragms are not stiff. If they are and you try to run it you may get lean running and possibly cause engine damage,
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whats Acres site
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Hello Hellsing73
The website you want to visit is a fellow named Mike Acres.He has an awesome collection of stats for chainsaws. He was a chainsaw salesmen,repair tech and I am sure other things.Just Google Mike Acres and his site will come up.Great Site
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