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Author Topic: New generation Jonsered with last generation McCulloch after a days work....  (Read 7678 times)

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Offline Chris J

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...threw off the balance...

Balance in general, or the sideways balance?

My apologies to ST, I couldn't help myself.
Certified Amateur Chainsaw Tinkerer.  If sucess is built on failure, then one day I'll live on the top of Mt. Everest.

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I just figured in my pea brain  it had something to do with the rotating mass .The larger 70 cc saws didn't seem to shake as bad as some of the smaller like the 10-10 .Not all of those shook though .The ones that did would make your hands numb real quick .

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It does seem that half the 10-10s were buzzy, worse than XL12s. Back in 78, I bought one that had full wraps, lefthand start, and the shorty reed muffler, it was nice and smooth. I quickly ditched the standard one I had, it buzzed, an hour was enough.
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Yep they're odd ones .It seems though got better with time .I have a super 10-10 and one from the last year of production in the shed .They don't shake for some reason .Those however are the larger bore with pinned rings and unbridged exhaust ports like the 700's .Weather that has anything to do with or not is only a guess .

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