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macculloch 77
« on: May 12, 2004, 08:32:21 PM »
Digging around in my grandfathers garge I found a McCulloch 77 chain saw.  Well I need to find a maual for it, along with a spring for the starter.  Any suggestions would help.  I looked on ebay and they had springs that said for old saws.  Dont know if they will work though.
Thanks for the help Redneckk27

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