Oregon 20" McCulloch Bar & Chain Combo
Great saws, one of the best looking of all time too Tzed , Dec 14, I haven't messed with one in a while but as I recall, I drove the pin out of the throttle trigger to provide a clear shot down to the switch. The button is held in place with a screw that also connects the kill wire to the contact of the switch.
Last edited: Dec 14, I think my PM has more snoose than my husky Fix it and enjoy! Properly cared for it will be cutting wood for your great great grandkids! If you are patient you may be able to get a running PM fairly cheap. I plan to pick another when I find another good deal. I have the xp and it's a great saw. But, there's something about those old saws that's starting to draw me in. Another mention on hearing protection.
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The saw is painfully loud. One of the few saws you actually want to do a "Reverse Muffler Mod" to. I have now three PM's with the large, effective mufflers.
Although those saw run and cut very well, they just don't sound as impressive when they are pulling hard. I tend to use my SP81 more than the PM for that very reason even though a couple of the PM's are faster in the cut.
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I took the reed valve off of my Mac PM I ran the saw. I put the reed valve back where it was. Thanks for the advice and info. I'm already wise to the roar factor. I started the saw up out in the garage and the wife and both dogs came out to see what I was destroying. Definitely have to replace that! Any comments on the model number? The right hand is the older model and the clutch mechanism is harder to find. The left hand is easy to find a clutch for. That said it's a dependable old goat being probabley 30 plus years old most likely they still get the job done.
Not rare nor valuable. Of all the s' which is one of the longest production runs of any saw model ,the last series is the most desireable. It's 3. Fact I have one of the very last of this model ever made and it looks brand new. Then again I'm a collecter where most aren't. Gender: The woods is the best "office"! ProMac was one of the first saws I used when I started logging.
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I had one L H start ran it over with the cat a few years back, killed it I have a R H start , good old saws keep on going and going. There is an old guy down in Calif. He has got quite a bit of stuff. Wallenberg sales There's a few people who have NOS but seeings they aren't sponsors ,just Google it. For that matter flea bay has a lot.
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On a you can usually find a donor saw cheaper than just a few parts. Quote from: Ironwood on February 03, , PM.
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I bought a new back in 66, it was a right hand start. I just gave away a R-H start. Third generation logger, owner operator, 30 yrs felling experience with pole skidder. I got my neck broke back in 89, left me a quad. The wife kept the job going up to Back in the day we used to take those old 's ,righty or lefties and cover the handles with rubber pipe insulation.
If you didn't most of them vibrated so bad you couldn't feel your finger tips after 10 minutes. For reasons unknown the newer 's plus the 70 CC like the , and didn't shake rattle and roll so badly.
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When they came out with a PM and later PM they had anti vibe plus would cut circles around a although they were quite a bit heavier. The i bought in 66 had a MuCulloch carb. They were flat and long and worthless, or maybe i didn't understand it. I know a lot of guys converted over to a Tillotson carb, they were a pretty good saw then. The one i gave away had been converter over.
Using the tip of my 12 or 14" electric saw at an angle at ground level with a little dirt removed should take care of the two small stumps not in the fence vs his idea of the Pro saw. Any tricks in starting "A Monster" vs having young arms? As lock it to start and stand in the handle to pull? From work-bench high, one hand holding and one pulling, with a pop on the first pull, it starts on the second pull. I had to leave the outside edge of the garage door due to all the smoke in the garage and area.