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Please save me $130.00 on a Poulon Pro weed wacker


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#16 larrybl ONLINE  

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Posted February 13, 2016 - 10:19 PM

Have Poulan chain saw, ran bad at times, hard start, then just quit one day. Those tiny clear fuel lines just fell apart when moving the covers off the carb and handle route. New lines and good to go. Putting the lines INTO the tank is hardest part. I melted and pointed the end to start it in, pulled thru out to cover of tank and snipped off burnt end, pulled back into tank. Same thing for filters, just put it on outside, then pull back in some. First time was going nuts trying to figure out how this TOO big line was gonna go into that hole.

I have the same chain saw, never have got it to run.

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Posted February 17, 2016 - 11:42 PM

Ten dollars for a kit is highway robbery, I keep some of those primer bulbs on hand at all times as well as fuel filters, I buy them in bulk on ebay for around 10/$5, the metal part can be reused without issue.



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Posted February 18, 2016 - 10:31 AM

Ten dollars for a kit is highway robbery, I keep some of those primer bulbs on hand at all times as well as fuel filters, I buy them in bulk on ebay for around 10/$5, the metal part can be reused without issue.

I do the same I also buy flywheel keys in bulk.


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