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Operator's Manual CRAFTSMANo 2.2 cu . in . / 36cc 2 - Cycle GASOLINE CHAIN SAW Model No . 358.352162 - 16 in . Bar @ + Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating WARNING : boefore Instructions first use of this product . For answers to your questions about this product : Call 7 am - 7 pm , Mon . - Sat . , or 10 am - 7 pm , Sun . [ ] 1 - 800 " 235 " 5878 _ . o _ . , _ ° do , o _ ° _ , _ m ° ) Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffrnan Estates , IL 60179 USA 530087304 01 / 13 / 98
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Warranty 2 Storage 11617922ck SafetyRules 2 TroubleShootingChart Assembly 5 PartsList Operation 6 & Spanish Maintenance 11 Parts Ordering Ba ServiceandAdjustments 14 FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN ® GAS CHAIN SAW For one year from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Gas Chain Saw is maintained , lubricated and tuned up according to the owner's manual , Sears will repair , free of charge , any defect in material or workmanship . This warranty excludes the bar , chain , spark piug and air filter , which are expendable parts , and become worn during normal use . if this Gas Chain Saw is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies for 30 days from the date of purchase . WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THIS CHAIN SAW TO THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . Sears _ Roebuck and Co . , D / 817 WA , Hoffman Estates , tL 60179 WARNING : Always disconnect spark duty , non - slip gloves ; eye protection such as non - fogging , vented goggles plug wire when making _ epairs except or face screen ; an approved safety for carburetor adjustments . Because a hard hat ; and sound barriers ( ear Chainsaw is a high - speed woodcutting tool , careless or improper use of this plugs or mufflers ) to protect your headng . Regutar users should have tool can cause serious injury . hearing checked regularly as chain PLAN AHEAD saw noise can damage hearing . Se - • Restrict the use of your saw to adult cure hair above shqulder length . users who understand and can follow • Keep all pads of your body away from the safety rules , precautions , and op - the chain when the engine is running . ereting instructions found in this • Keep chitdren , bystanders , and ahi - manual . mais at least 30 feet ( 10 meters ) Hearing _ _ SafetyHat away from the work area when start - Protection _ mh ' - - . Eye ing and using the saw . t _ r " - - Protection Snug _ . . . = _ • Do not handle or operate a chain saw Firing - _ - - _ Heavy Duty when you are fatigued , ill , or upset , or if you have taken alcohol , drugs , or medication . You must be in good C _ othing # hF _ r _ l _ T _ / " Gloves physical condition and mentalJy alert , If you have any condition that might be aggravated by strenuous work , . sS _ . . , _ _ . _ SafetyChaps check with doctor before operating . = llalll _ • Do not start cutting until you have a • Wear protective gear . Always use clear work area , secure footing , and steal - toed safety footwear with non - especially _ fyou are felling a tree , a slip soles ; snug - fittingclothing ; heavy - retreat path . p .
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OPERATE YOUR SAW SAFELY • Store the unit and fuel in a coot , dry well ventilated space where fuel va - • Do not operate with one hand . Sed - pors cannot reach sparks or open ous injury to the operator , helpers , or flames from water heaters , electdc bystanders may resuff from one - handed operation . A chain saw is in - motors or switches , furnaces , etc . tended for two - handed use . GUARD AGAINST KICKBACK • Operate the chain saw only in a well - Follow all safety rules to help avoid ventilated outdoor area . kickback and otherforces which can • Do not operate saw from a ladder or result in sedous injury . in a tree , unless you are specifically trained to do so . ' _ . i _ , _ j _ . / t . KickbackPath • Make sure the chain will not make contact with any object while starting the engine . Never try to start the saw when the guide bar is in a cut . AvoidObstructions • Do not put pressure on the saw , es - pecially at the end of the cut . Doing so can cause you to lose control when the cut is completed . • Stop engine before setting saw down . • Hand carry saw only when engine is stopped . Carry with muffler away from Clear The WorkingArea body ; guide bar & chain projecting be - WARNING : Rotational Kickback can hind you ; guide bar preferably cov - ered with a scabbard . occur when the moving chain contacts an object at the upper portion of the tip MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN GOOD of the guide bar . Contact at the upper WORKING ORDER portion of the tip of the guide bar can • Have all chainsawserviceperformed cause the chain to dig into the object , by a qualifiedservicedealer except which stops the chain for an instant . The the itemslistedinthe maintenance result is a lightning fast _ reverse reaction sectionof thismanual : which kicks the guide bar up and back toward the operator . • Make certainthe sawchainstops movingwhenthe throttletriggeris re * Pinch - Kickback and Pull - In occur when leased . For correctionr , eferto = Car - the chain is suddenly stopped by being buretorAdjustments . " pinched , caught , or by contacting a for - • Keepthe handlesdry , clean , andfree eign object in the wood . This sudden from oilorfuel mixture . stopping of the chain results in a rever - • Keep caps andfasteners securely sal of the chain force used to cut wood and causes the saw to move in the op - • tightened . UseonlyCraftsmanaccessories and posite direction of the chain rotation . replacementpartsas recommended . Pinch - Kickback drives the saw sstraight Nevermodify yoursaw . back toward the operator . Pull - In pull the saw away from the operator . HANDLE FUEL WITH CAUTION REDUCE THE CHANCE OF • Do not smoke while handling fuel or KICKBACK while operating the saw . • Recognize that kickback can happen . • Eliminate all sources of spanksorflame W'dha bask _ understandingof kickback , in areas where fuel is mixed or poured . you can reduce the element of surprise • Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area which contributesto accident _ and use an approved , marked con - • Never let the moving chain contact tainer for all fuel purposes . Wipe up any object at the tip of the guide bar . all fuel spills before starting saw . • Keep working area free from obstruc - • Move at least 10 feet ( 3 meters ) from tions such as other trees , branches , fueling site before starting . rocks , fences , stumps , etc . Eliminate • Turn the engine off and let saw cool in or avoid any obstruction that your saw a non - combustible area , not on dry • chain could hit while cutting . leaves _ straw , paper , etc . Slowly re - Keep saw chain sharp and propedy tensioned . A loose or dull chain can move fuel cap and refuel unit . 3
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increase the chance of kickback . Fol - keep your body from being in a direct low manufacturer's chain sharpeningck line withthe cuttingchain . and maintenance instructions . Che • Standwithyour weightevenlybal - anced onboth feet . tension at regular intervals , but never with engine running . Make sure bar • DOnotoverreach . Youcouldbe drawn orthrown off balanceandlose control . ° clamp nuts are securely tightened . - Do not cutabove shoulderheight . It is Begin and continue cutting , at fulla difficultto maintain controlofsaw speed , If the chain is moving at slower speed , there is greater chance above shoulderheight . of kickback occurring . KICKBACK SAFETY FEATURES • Use extreme caution when reentering WARNING : Thefollowing features are a cuL includedonyoursawto helpreducefea - hazardof kickback ; however , such tip of the bar ( plunge cuts ) ; da not attempt cuts starting with the tureswillnottotallyaiiminatethisdan - Watch for shifting logs or other forces get . Donotrely onlyonsafetydevices . that could close a cut and pinch or fall into chain . • Handguard : designedto reducethe • Use the specified Reduced - Kickback chanceof your left handcontacting Guide Bar and Low - Kickback Chain . the chain ifyour hand slipsoffthe fronthandlebar . Avoid Pinch - Kickback : • Positionoffront andrearhandlebars : • Be extremeJy aware of situations orial designedwithdistancebetweenhan - obsbuctions that can cause mater diesand = in - line " witheachother . The to pinch the top of or otherwise stop spreadand tin - line " posRionoftheork the chain . handsprovidedby this designw • Do not cut more than one log at a time . togetherto givebalanceand resis - tance in controllingthe pivotof ktheick - • Do not twist saw as bar is w _ : trewn saw backtowardthe operatorif from an undercut when bucking ° backoccurs . Avoid Pull * In : • Reduced - _ ckback GuideBar : de - ° Always begin cutting with the engine signedwitha small radiustipwhich at ful / speed and the saw housing reducesthe size ofthe kickbackdan - against wood . dgezrone . Thistype bar hasbeeneduce • Use wedges made of plastic or wood . emonstratadto sign _ canti'yr Never use metal to hold the cut open . the numberand seriousnessof kick - MAINTAIN CONTRQL backswhentestedinaccordance with ANSI B175 . I . Statldto the leftof thesaw Tip Guide Bar ofhand _ , _ j _ Small Radius Thumbon _ Large Radius { Tip Guide Bar unders _ d _ EJbow • Low - KickbackChain : has met kickback locked performancerequirementswhentested Neverreversheandpositions , ona representativesampleof chain , A good , firm griponthe sawwithboth saws below3 . 8 cubicinch han _ willhelp youmaintaincontrol , displacemenstpecifiedinANSI B175 . 1 . Dont let go . Grip the rearhandlewith Low - K _ ckbaCchkain yourrighthand whetheryouare dght ContoureDdepthGaugeink orleft handed . Wrapthe fingers of , , - , _ _ ' J J aElongatedGuardLcksaJly your left hand overand aroundthe p " ' = " . _ " - " - _ DeftsctsKickblow front handlebar , and your leftthumb _ _ . _ ForceAndAla underthe front handlebar . Keepyour _ _ , , _ WoodT . oGr u leftarm straightwith the elbowlocked . _ RioeIntoCuttar Position yourleft hand on the front SAFETY NOTICE : Exposureto handlebar so it is in a straight linewith vibrations throughprolonged use of yourfight hand on the rear handle gasoline powered hand tools could when making bucking cuts . Stand cause blood vessel or nerve damage line slightlyto the left aide of the saw to the fingers , hands _ andjoints of peop 4
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prone to circulation disorders or muffler and spark arresting screen abnormal swelling . Prolonged use in which meets the requirements of • cold weather has been linked to blood California Codes 4442 and 4443 . All vessel damage in otherwise healthy U . S . forest land and the states of people . If symptoms occur such as Califomia , Idaho , Maine , Minnesota , numbness , pare , loss of strength , New Jersey , Oregon , and Washington change in skin color or texture , or loss require by law that many internal of feeling in the fingers , hands , orjoints . combustion engines be equipped with a discontinue the use of this tool and spark arrestor screen . If you operate a seek medical attention . An chain saw in a state or locale where anti - vibration system does nothese such regulations exLst , you are legally guarantee the avoidance of t responsible for maintaining the problems . Users who operate power operating condition of these parts . tools on a continual and regular basis Failure to do so is a violation of the law . must closely monitor their physical condition and the conditionof this tool . Refer to Customer Responsibilities / CHAIN BRAKE If this saw is to be used chart in the MAINTENANCEsection . for commercial logging , you must order STANDARDS : This chain saw is listed and installa chain brake to comply with by Underwriters Laboratories , Inc . ainl Federal OSHA Regulations for Com - accordance with American Nation mercial Logging . Contact your 7Sears8 . Standards for Gasoline - Powered Chain Service Center or call 1 - 800235 - 58 Saws Safety Requirements ( ANSi SPARK ARRESTOR : Your saw is B175 . 1 - 1991 ) . equipped with a temperature limiting CARTON CONTENTS • Ifyou need assistance orflnd that Check carton contents against the fol - parts are missing or damaged , please lowing list . call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . Model 358.352162 NOTE : It is normal to hear the fuel filter • Chain Saw ( fully assembled ) rattle in an empty fuel tank . • Bar toot Your unit has been factory tested and • Chain the carburetor precisely adjusted . As a • Carrying Case result you may smell gasoline or find a • Gloves drop of oil / fuel residue on the muffler - Gas Can when you unpack the unit , • Bar & Chain Lube ASSEMBLY , _ , 2 - cycle engine oil Your saw is fully assembled ; no • Examine parts for damage . Do not assembly is necessary , use damaged parts .
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KNOWYOURSAW READTHISOPERATOR'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERAT - ING YOUR CHAIN SAW . Compare the illustrations with your unit to familiarize yourself with the location of the various controls and adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . BarTool FrontHandle StarterRope ON / STOP Chin CRRFTSMRN " Bar OilFilClap Housing Fuel Mix Fill Cap Cylinder Cover Fast Jdle p , Chain Adjus , ng Direction Screw ' ofTravel Throttle Choke Trigger Knob Bar Clamp Chain Bar Clamp Nuts Guide Bar Catcher ON / STOP SWITCH throttle lockout and trigger while holding the fast idle lock button . The ON / STOP Switch is used to stop the engine . CHOKE KKNOBnob THROTTLE TRIGGER The Choke activates the choke to The throttle trigger controls . engine provide additional fuel to the engine speed . during coJdstarting . THROTTLE LOCKOUT The threttie lockout must be pressed PRIMER BULB before you can squeeze the throttle trig - The Primer Bulb circulates fuel to the ger . This feature prevents you from ac - carburetor to provide quicker starting . cidentally squeezing the trigger . FAST IDLE LOCK CHAIN TENSION The fast idle lock holds the throttle trig - It is normalfor a newchaintostretch ger in the starting position . Activate the fast idle lock by pressing the throttle duringfirst30 minutes of operation . You lockout and squeezing the throttle trig - shouldcheck your chaintensionfre - ger . With the throttle trigger squeezed , qsuentiyS . ee ChainTensionunderthe erviceandAdjustments section . tess the fast idle lock . Release the 6
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BEFORESTARTINGENGINE lines and carburetor are empty . Use fresh - fuel next season . See STORAGEinstruc WARNINGB : esuretoreadthefuel tionsfor additional information . handliningformation inthe safetyrules Never use engine or carburetor cleaner section ofthismanual beforeyoubegin . products in the fuel tank or permanent ffyoudo notunderstandthe fuel han - damage may occur . dlinginformationdonotattempttofuel ee the STORAGE section for additional yourunit . Seekhelp from someonethat information . doesunderstandthe informationorcall STOPPING YOUR ENGINE thecustomerassistancehelp lineat • Move On / Stop switch to STOP . 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . • If engine does not stop , pull choke GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN OIL knob out fully . The chain oiler provides continuous lu - STARTING YOUR ENGINE brication to the chain and guide bar . Be COLD ENGINE OR WARM ENGINE sure to fill the bar oil tank when you fill AFTER RUNNING OUT OF FUEL the fuel tank ( Capacity = 6,8 fL oz . ) . • Fuel engine with 40 : t fuel mix . For maximum guide bar and chain life , ° Fill bar o _ 1tank with bar oil . we recommend you use aCraftsmanr • Prime engine by pressing primer bulb chain saw bar oil . If Craftsman b oil is six times . not available , you may use a good ° Move On / Stop switch to ON . grade SAE 30 oil until you are able to PdmerBulb obtain Craftsman brand . The oil output is automatically metered during opera - tion . Your saw will use approximately one tank of bar oil for every tank of fuel I mix . Always fill the bar oil tank when you fill the fuel tank . ff _ / Choke Positions FUELING ENGINE This engine is certified to operate on unleaded gasoline . Before operation , I I I I gasoline must be mixed witha good I Oft Partial Ful _ quality 2 - cycle air - cooled engine oil . We • Actuate choke by pulling choke knob recommend Craftsman - brand oil . Mix fully out . gasoline and oil at a ratio of 40 : 1 ( A • Set saw on the ground . Grip front 40 : 1 ratio is obtained by mixing 3.2 handle with your left hand and place ounces of oil with 1 gallon of unleaded right foot through rear handle . gasoline ) . DO NOT USE automotive oi ! or boat oil . These oils will cause engine Starter RopeHandle damage . When mixing fuel follow the instructions printed on the container . Once oil is added to the gasoline , shake container momentarily to assure that the fuel is thoroughly mixed . i Always read and follow the safety rules relatingto fuel before fueling your unit . IMPORTANT Experience indicates that alcohol blended ligl FootThroughRear Handle fuels ( called gasohol or using ethanol or methanol ) can attract moLoture which • Set fast idle by depressing the throttle leadsto separation and formation of lock with your right hand . Then , acids duringstorage . Acidic gas can squeeze and hold throttle trigger . With your thumb , press the fast idle lock damage the fuel system of an engine down and hold . Next , release the whilein storage . To avoid engine problems , the fuel sys - throttle trigger . tem shouldbe emptied before storagefor - DO NOTsqueeze throttle trigger dur - ing starting ; otherwise , it will be nec - 30 days or longer . Drain the gas tank , startthe engine and let it rununtilthefuel essary to reset the fast idle lock . 7
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OPERATING TIPS NOTE : When pulling the starter rope , • Check chain tension before first use do not use the full extent of the rope . Do not let starter rope snap back . Hold and after 1 minute of operat ( on . See Chain Tension in the Maintenance handle . Let rope rewind slowly . section . * Pull starter rope handle firmly and • Cut wood only . Do not cut metal , plas - quioldy with your right hand until the tics , masonry , non - wood building ma - engine attempts to start , but no more terials , etc . than 5 pulls . Then , push in choke • Stop the saw if the chain strikes a for - knob to the partial position , Resume eign object . Inspect the saw and re - pulling handle untilengine starts . pair parts as necessary . , Above 4O ° F , allow engine to run for • Keep the chain out of dirt and sand . approximately 5 seconds . Push the ; Even a small amount of dirt will quick - choke knob into the OFF position ly dull a chain and increase the possi - then squeeze and release throttle trig - bility of kickback . ger to allow engine to idle . • Practice cutting a few small logs using • Below 40 ° F , allow engine to warm up the following steps . This will help you for 30 seconds to 1 minute with choke get the " feel " of using your saw before at partial position . Push choke knob in you begin a major sawing operation . to the OFF position ; then squeeze and • Squeeze the throttle trigger end al - release throttle trigger to allow engine low the engine to reach full speed to idle . before cutting . , To stop engine , move On / Stop switch • Begin cutting with the saw frame to the STOP position . against the log . • Keep the engine at full speed the STARTINGA WARMENGINE entire time you are cutting . DONOTuse thechoketo starta warm ° Allow the chain to cutfor you . Exert engineorflooding and hardstarting only light downward pressure . may occur . • Release the thro . ttletrigger as soon , MoveOn / Stopswitchto ON . as the cut is completed , allowing the = Setfast idlelock . engine to idle . If you run the saw at * Be surechokeis intheOP _ pFosition . full throttle w thout a cutting ! cad , • Withsaw on ground , gripfront handle unnecessary wear can occur . withleft handand placeyourrightfoot • To avoid losing control when cut is throughrear handle . , - complete , do not put pressure on o Putlstarterrope handleuntilengine saw at end of cut , starts . • Stop engine before settingsaw down . , Squeezeand releasethrottletrigger to returnengineto idle speed . TREE FELLING TECHNIQUES WARNING : Check for broken or dead DIFFICULT STARTING OR branches which can fall while cutting STARTING A FLOODED ENGINE causing serious injury . Do not cut near The engine may be flooded if it has not buildings or electrical wires if you do not started after 10 pulis , Flooded engines know the direction of tree fall , nor Cut at can be cleared of excess fuel with the night since you will not be able to see following procedure : welt , nor during bad weather such as • Engage the fast idle lock . " rain , snow , or strong winds , etc . ° Verify that the On / Stop switch is in the ° Carefully plan your sawing operation ON position . in advance . • Push choke knob to the OFFposition . • Clear the work area . You need a clear , With saw on ground , grip front handle area all around the tree so you can with left hand and place right foot have secure footing . through rear handle . • Pull starter rope handle untilengine • Study the natural conditions that can starts . cause the tree to fall in a eparticular : direction . These conditions includ • Starting could require many pulls de - • The wind direction and speed . pending on how badly the unit is , The lean of the tree . The lean of a flooded , if engine still fails to start , re - fer to the TROUBLESHOOTINGchart or tree might not be apparent due to call 1 - B00 - 235 - 5878 . uneven or sloping terrain . Use a
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plumobrlevetlodetermintheedi - hetp prevent the tree rection of tree lean . inthe wrong direction . • Weight and branches on one side . Hingeholdstree on • Surrounding trees and obstacles . stumpand helps controlfall • Look for decay and rot . If the trunk ishe rotted , it can snap and fail toward t operator . Openingof fellingcut • Make sure there is enough room for the tree to fall . Maintain a distance of 2 - 1,2 tree lengths from the nearest person or other objects , Engine noise can drown out a warning call . NOTE : Before felling cut is complete , • Remove dirt , stones , loose bark , use wedges , to open the cut when nails , staples , and wire from the tree necessary to control the direction of fall . where cuts are to be made . To avoidkickback and chain damage , use wood or plastic wedges , but never steel or iron wedges . , Plana dear retreatpath • Be aled to signs that the tree is ready to fall : cracking sounds , widening of ( ) . . i _ - Directionof Fall the felling cut , or movement in the up - per branches . 45 ° • As tree stads to fail , stop saw , put it down , and get away quickly on your planned retreat path . FELLING LARGE TREES - Be extremely cautious with partially fallen trees that may be poody sup - ( 6 inches in diameter or larger ) . ported . When a tree doesn't fall com - The notch method is used to fell large pletely , set the saw aside and , pull trees . A notch is cut on the side of the down the tree with a cable winch tree in the desired direction of fall . After block and tackle , or tractor . Donot a felting cut is made on the opposite use your saw to cut down a partially side of tree , the tree wilt tend to fall in fallen tree . the direction of the notch . CUTTING A FALLEN TREE NOTE : If tree has large buttress roots , ( BUCKING ) remove them before m _ . l < ingthe notch . Bucking is the term used for cutting a NOTCH CUT AND FELLING TREE fallen tree to the desired log size . • Make notch out by cutting the top . of WARNING ; Do not stand on the log • the notch first . Cut through 1 / 3 of the being cut . Any portion can roll causing diameter of the tree . Next complete the notch by cutting the bottom . See loss of footing and control . Do not stand illustration . Once the notch is cut , re - downhillof the log being cut . move the wedge of wood from tree , IMPORTANT POINTS Finalcuthere • Cut only one log at a time . • Cut shattered wood very carefully ; , Firmcut , = _ / sharp pieces of wood could be flung toward operator . 4 " • Use a sawhorse to cut small logs . Notch _ _ _ . , . ' 2 _ ' . " _ r Never allow another person to hold the log while cutting and never hold • the log with your leg or foot . ' ° : ; : 2 ' , : ¢ Do not cut inan area where logs , limbs , and rootsare tangled . Drag logs into a clear area before cuttingthem . • After removing the wood , make the BUCKING TECHNIQUES fel ! ing cut on the opposite side of the WARNING : If saw becomes pinched notch . This is done by making a cut about two inches higher than the cen - or hung in a log , don't try to force it out . ter of the notch . This will leave You can lose control of the saw result - enough uncut wood between the fell - ing in injury and / or damage to the saw . Stop the saw , drive a wedge of plastic ing cut and the notch to form a hinge , 9
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orwoodintothe cutuntilthesawcan be Usinga log for support removedeasily . Restarst awandcarefuBy reenterthe cut . Donotusea metal wedge . Donotattemptto restartyour saw whenit is pinchedorhungina log , Usea wedgetoremovpeinchedsaw I stCut Turn saw OFFand usea . plasticor 2nd Cut woodenwedgeto forcecutopen OvercutUng begins on the top side of BUCKING USING A LOG OR the logwith the bottom of the saw SUPPORT STAND against the log . When overcutting use • Remember your first cut is atways one - lightdownward pressure . the compression side of the log . ( R Overouttlng Undercutting fer to the illustrationbe ! ow for your first and second cut ) . • Your first cut should extend 1 / 3of the diameter of the log . • Finish with your second cut . Undercuttinginvolves cutting on the underside of the log with top of saw against the log . When undercuttinguse light upward pressure . Hold saw firmly and maintain control . The saw will tend to push back toward you . WARNING : Never turn saw upside down to undercut . The saw cannot be controlled in this position . Alwaysmake yourfirstcuton the compressionside of thelog . 2 nd Cut _ _ Firstcuton com _ ession sideof log LIMBING AND PRUNING WARNING : Never climb into a tree to limb or prune . Do not stand on ladders , platforms , a log , or in any position Secondcut which can cause you to lose your bat - ance or control of the saw . IMPORTANT POINTS _ : - % _ , _ . _ • Watch out for springpoles . Spdngpoles are small size limbs which can whip toward you , or pull Firstcuton compressionsideof tog you off balance , Use extreme caution BUCi < ING WITHOUT A SUPPORT when cutting small size limbs . • Overcut through 1 / 3of the diameter of • Be alert for springback . Watch out for the log . branches that are bent or under pres - • Roll the log over and finish with a sec - sure . Avoid being struck by the ond overcut . branch or the saw when the tension in the wood fibers is released . • Watch for logs with a compresion side . See il / ustration above for cutting • Frequently clear , branches out of the logs with a compression side , way to avoid tripping over them . 10
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LIMBING branchesare higherthanyourshoul - Limb a tree onlyafter itis cutdown . der , Get a professionatlo dothejob . Leavethe largerlimbsunderneaththe Make yourfirst cut 1 / 3of theway . felled tree to supportthe tree asyou throughthe bottomofthe limb work . • Nextmakea secondcutall the way • Startat the base ofthe felled tree and through the limb . worktowardthe top , cuttingbranches ° Firdshthepruningoperationbyusing and limbs . Removesmalllimbswith an overcutsothatthe stumpofthe one cut , limb protrudes 1 to 2 inches from the trunk of the tree . • Keep the tree between you and the chain . • Remove larger , supporting branches / Se _ d cut w _ ththe _ / 3 . 2 / 3 cutting techniques de * scribed in the bucking section . • Always use an overcut to cut small and freely hanging limbs . Undercut - ting could cause limbs to fair and pinch the saw . PRUNING WARNING ; Limit pruning to limbs shoulder height or below . Do not cut if CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES Fil ! in dates as you complete l Before ! After Even ! Every IYearly Service regular service Use _ Use . . 5h _ . 25 hrs , , , , Dates _ I Checiokrd magedtwpoamns p , , Check for loose fasteners / parts / I Check chain tension , , Check chain sharpness p , , / Check guide bar p , , Clean unit & labels p , , clean air filter p , , Clean / inspect spark arrestor t - " screen & inspect muffler . . . . Replace spark plug GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS run better and fast longer . : The warranty on this unit does not cov - WARNING : Disconnect the spark plug er items that have been subjected to before performing maintenance except operator abuse or negligence , To re - for carburetor adjustments . ceive full value from the warranty , the operator must maintain unit as instruct * LUBRICATION ed in this manual . Various adjustments willneed to be made periodically to o ' n , o I propedy maintain your unit , * Once a year , replace the spark plug , air filter element , and check guide bar and chain for wear . A new spark plug and air filter element assures proper 2 Use Craftsman chainsaw bar oil air . fuel mixture and helps your engine 11
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CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR AdjustingScrew - 1 / 4Turn WORN PARTS Replacement of darnaged / wom parts shouldbe referred to your Seam Ser - vice Center . • Lift up tip of guide bar to check for NOTE : It is normal for a small amount sag . Release tip of guide bar , then turn adjusting screw I / 4 turn clock - of oil to appear under the saw after en - wise . Repeat until sag does not exist . gine stops . Do not confuse this with a • While lifting tip of guide bar , tighten leaking oil tank . bar clamp nuts withthe bar tool . • On ! Stop Switch - Ensure On / Stop Torque to 10 - 15 ft - lbs . switch functions propedy by moving the switch to the " Stop " position . Make sure engine stops ; then restart engine and continue , • Fuel Tank - Do not use saw iffuel tank shows signs of damage or leaks . ° Oil Tank - Do not use saw if oil tank shows signs of damage or leaks . • Use the screwdriver end of the bar CHECK FOR LOOSE tool to move chain around guide bar . FASTENERS AND PARTS • Ifchain does not rotate , it is too tight . • Bar Clamp Nut Slightly loosen bar clamp nuts and • Chain turn adjusting screw 1 / 4 turn counter - , , Muffler clockwise . Retighten bar clamp nuts . • Cylinder Shield • If chain is too loose , it will sag below • Air Filter the guide bar . DO NOT operate the • Clutch Drum / Sprocket saw ifthe chain is loose . • Handle Screws CHECK CHAIN SHARPNESS • V _ ration Mounts A sharp chain makes wood chips . A • Starter Hm _ sing dull chain makes a sawdust powder • Handguard and cuts slowty . CHECK CHAIN TENSION CHAIN SHARPENING • Use the screwdriver end of the bar Chain sharpening requires special tool to move chain around guide bar tools . You canpurchase sharpening to ensure kinks do not exist . The tools at Sears Or go to a professional chain should rotate freely . chain sharpener . . . . . _ : . . . . . CHECK GUIDE BAR , , : Conditions which require guide bar maintenance : • Saw cuts to one side or at an angle . • Saw has to be forcedthrough the cut . • Inadequate supply of oil to bar / chain . Check the condition of guide bar each BarTool time chain is sharpened . A worn guide Bar ClampNuts bar will damage the chain and make • Loosen bar clamp nuts until they are cutting difficult . To maintain guide bar : . finger tight against the bar clamp . • Move On / Stop switch to = Stop . " • Turn adjusting screw clockwise until • Remove bar and chain from saw . chain barely touches the bottom of • Clean aU sawdust and any other . guide bar . debris from the guide bar groove and sprocket hole after each use . RemoveSawdust From _ AdjusUng / / GuideBar Groove Sprocket Hole • Using bar tool , roll chainaround guide bar to ensure alllinks are in bar groove .
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• Add lubricant to sprocket hote after INSPECT MUFFLER AND SPARK each use . ARRESTOR SCREEN • Burring of guide bar mils is a normal Asthe unitis used , carbondeposits process of raiwlear . Remove these buildup onthe mufflerandsparkmoved burrs with , a flat file . arrestorscreen , and must be re • When rail top is uneven , use a flat file to avoidcreatinga fire hazardoraffect - to restore square edges and sides . it _ gengineperformance . Replacethe sparkarrestor screenif FileEdgesand breaksoccur . sidesSquare MufflerDiffuser WornGroove CorrectGroove Spark Replace guide bar when the groove is Arrestor worn , the guide bar is bent or cracked , or when excess heating or burring of rMufflerws the mils occurs . If replacement is nec - Covee essary , use only the guide bar specified Scr for your saw in the repair parts list or on / the decal located on the chain saw . CLEAN UNIT & LABELS Muffler , Clean the unit using a damp cloth with Body MufflerCover a mild detergent . • Wipe off unit with a clean dry cloth . CLEAN AIR FILTER A d _ rtyair filter decreases the life and CLEANING THE SPARK performance of the engine and in * ARRESTOR SCREEN creases fuel consumption and harmful Cleaning is required eve _ j 25 hours of emissions . Always clean your air filter operation or annuaFly , whiohever _ comes I _ l after 15 tanks of fuel or 5 hours of op - first . - , . : • . ! _ : , : : : eration , whichever comes first . Clean • Loosen and removethe 2 muffler cov - more frequently in dusty conditions , A er screws . used air filter can never be completely • Remove the muffler cover ( cover cleaned . It is advisable to replace your0 snaps off muffler body ) . air filter with a new oneafter every 5 • Remove muffler diffuser and spark I hours of operation , or annually , which - arrestor screen assembly . Notice the ever comes firsL To clean filter : . orientation of these parts for reassem - • Loosen 3 screws on cylinder cover . bling . ° Remove cylinder cover . • Clean the spark arrestor screen with a • Remove air filter . wire brush . Replace screen if breaks • Clean the air filter using hot soapyer . are found . water . Rinse with clean cool wat • Replace any broken or cracked muf - Air dry completely before reinstalling , fler parts . • Lightly oiJair filter before installing to • Reinstall diffuser and spark arrestor improve the efficiency of air filter . Use screen assembly with round holes 2 - cycle engine oil or motor oil ( SAE facing up . 30 ) . Squeeze excess oil from filter . • Reinstall muffler cover and 2 screws • Reinstall air filtero ( 7 - 8 ft - Jbs ) . • Reinstall cylinder cover and 3 screws ( 15 - 20 in - lbs , } . REPLACE SPARK PLUG CylinderCover AirF3iter Screws The spark plug should be replaced each year to ensure the engine starts easier and runs better . Ignition timing is fixed and nonadjustable . Cylinder • Loosen 3 screws on : cylinder cover . Cover • Remove the cylhlde _ - cover . Pull off the spark plug boot . . Remove spark plugfrorn _ linder and discard . 13
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• Replace with Champion RCJTY spark plug and tighten with a 3 / 4 inc _ hsocket wrench ( i0 - 12 ft4bs ) . Spark plug gap PlugBoot should be . 025 in . • Reinstall the spark plug boot . • Reinstall the cylinder cover and 3 Spark screws ( 15 - 20 in - lbs ) . Plug CHAIN REPLACEMENT • Cutters Dep _ Gauge CAUTION : Wear protective gloves when handling chain . The chain is sharp and can cut you even when itis not moving . It is nonnai for a new chain to stretch dur - Drive _ nks ingthe first 15 minutes of operation . You • Place chain over and behind clutch . shouldrecheck your chain tensionfre - • Fit bottom of drive tinks between teeth quentlyand adjust the chaintension as required , See Chain Tension sec _ n , in sprocket nose . = Move On / Stop switchto the Stop • Fit chain ddve links into bar groove . position , • Pull guide bar forward until chain is ° Replace the old chain when it be - snug in guide bar groove , comes worn or damaged . • Now , install bar clamp making sure * Use only the Low - Kickback replace - the adjusting pin is positioned in the ment chain specified _ the repair lower hole in the guide bar . parts list . The correct replacement barl and chain is also specified on a deca located on the chain saw , ° See your Sears Servicp Center to re - place and sharpen individualcutters on your chain , ° Remove bar clamp nuts , - Remove bar clamp . • Remove the old chain , Guide Bar Bar • Install bar clamp nuts and finger tight - en only . Do not tighten any further at Clamp this point . Nuts • Turnadjustingscrewby handcoun - ter ¢ loctcwieeuntiladjustingpin just touchesthe stop . • Slideguidebar behindclutchdrum Bar Ciamp Nuts untilguidebar stepsagainstclutch drumsprocket . CHAIN ADJUSTMENT • Carefullyremovenew dchainfromrive See " Chain Tension " in Maintenance package . Holdchainwiththe linksas shown . section ,
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CLEAN FUEL FILTER Start motor , let it run for 3 minutes , and proceedto the adjustmentsection , if Tocteanfuelfilter , drainyourunitby runningdryof fuel , removefuel cap / re - engine does not start , refer to trouble - tainerassemblyfrom tank , Pullfilter shooting chart or call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . from tank andremovefromline . Clean if engine performance is acceptable at withmilddetergentand dnse . Drythor - the preset positions and there is no chain movement at idle , no further ad - oughly , reeasserebfe . justment is necessary . CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTING PROCEDURE WARNING : The chain will be moving during most of this procedure . Wear idle Speed - T your protective equipment and observe Allow engine to idle . Adjust speed until all safety precautions . During the low engine runs without chain movement or speed mixture adjustment recheck idle stalling . speed after each turn of the screw . The • Turn clockwise to increase engine chain must not move at idle speed . speed if engine stalls or dies . • Turn counterclockwise to decrease Carburetor adjustment is critical and if speed . done improperly can permanently dam - No further adjustments are necessary if age the engine as well as the carbure - chain does not move at idle speed and tor . If you require further assistance or if performance is satisfactory . are unsure about performing this proce - dure , call our customer assistance help Low Speed Mixture - L line at 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . Allow engine to idle . Then accelerate the engine and note performance . If en - Old fuel , a dirty air filter , dirty fuel filter , gine hesitates , bogs down , or smokes or flooding may give the impression of during acceleration , turn mixture screwtil an improperly adjusted carburetor . clockwise in t / 16 - tum increments un Check these conditions before adjust - performance is satisfactory . Repeat this ing the carburetor . procedure as necessary for proper ad - The carburetor has been carefully set at justment . After completing adjustments , the factory . Adjustments may be neces - check for acceleration and chain move - sary if you notice any of the following ment at idle . Reset if necessary . conditions : • Chain moves at idle . See " idle Speed " High Speed Mix _ ture - H under adjusting procedure . DO NOT operate engine at ful ! _ hrettle / * Saw will not idle . See " Idle Speed " for prolongedpedods while making ad - and " Low Speed Mixture " under ad - justments . Damage to the engine can • justing procedure . occur . Make a test cut . Based on per - , Engine dies or hesitates when it formance of the saw while cutting , ad - should accelerate . See " Acceleration just the high speed mixture setting in l / t 6 - turn increments as foliows : Check " under adjusting procedure . * Loss of cutting power . See " High • Clockwiseuntilsaw has good power in Speed Mixture H " under adjusting the cutwi _ no hesitation . Do notadjust procedure . by soundor speed , but judge by how wellthe saw performs in the cut . _ There are three adjustment screws on • Countemlockwise if the saw has the carburetor . They are labeled H , L , speed , but dies in the cut or lacks and T . They are located in the area just power in the cut . above the primer bulb . After completing adjustments , check for CARBURETOR PRESETS acceleration and chain movement at When making adjustments , do not force idle . Reset if necessary . the plastic limiter caps beyond the Acceleration Check stops or damage will occur . Ifthe engine dies or hesitates instead of If carburetor presets are not needed , acselerating , turn the low speed mixture proceed to " idle Speed - T . " adjuslment counterclockwiseuntil you Turn both m xture screws counter - have smoothacceleration withno chain clockwise until they stop . movement at idle . Recheck and adjust as - Tum the idle speed screw clockwise until it stops . Now turn counterclock - necessary for acceptable pedormance . wise 4 - 1 / 2 full turns . 1 , K
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tive in minimizingtheformation offuel Prepareyour unitforstorageatthe end ofthe seasonorif it willnotbe usedfor gum depositsduringstorage . Addstabi - 30 daysor more . lizertothe gasolineinthefueltankorx fuelstoragecontainer . Fellowthe mi WARNING : instructions foundonstabilizercontain - • Allowthe engineto cool , and secureing _ ers . Run engine at least5 minutes after the lunitbeforestoringortransport addingstabilizer . • Storechainsawandfuel ina wel CRAFTSMAN40 : 1 , 2 - cycleengineoil ventilatedarea wherefuel rvaporsmessor ( aircooled ) is especiallyblended . with cannotreach sparksoropenflaoto fuel stabilizer . If youdonot use this from water heaters , electricm Sears oil , youcan adda fuel stabilizer switches , furnaces , etc . to your fuel tank . • Storechain sawwithallguardsin placeand positionchainsawso that ENGINE anysharpobjectcannotaccidentally • Removesparkp _ ugand pourI tea - causeinjury . spoonof 40 : 1 , 2 - cycleengineoil ( air • Storechainsaw welloutof the reach cooled ) throughthe sparkplugopen - of children . ing . Slowlypullthe starterrope8 to 10timesto distribute oil . EXTERNAL SURFACES • Replacespark plugwithnew one of . If yourchainsaw is to be storedforae - recommendedtype and heatrange periodoftime , cleanit thoroughlyb • Cleanairfilter . fore storage . Storeina cleandryarea . • Checkentireunitfor loosescrews , • Lightlyoil external metal surfacesand nuts , andbolts . Replaceany dam - guidebar . aged , broken , orwornpads . • Oilthe chainand wrapit inheavypa - • At the beginning of thenext season , perorcloth . use onlyfresh fuel havingthe proper gasolineto oil ratio . FUEL SYSTEM OTHER UnderFuelingEnginein the Operating Sectionof thismanual , seemessage • Donotstoregasoline fromonesea - labeled IMPORTANTregardingthe use sonto another . of gasohelinyourchainsaw . • Replaceyour gasoline can if it starts Fuelstabilizeris an acceptableaitema - to rust .
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Enginewillnot • Ignitionswitchoff . • Move Ignition switch to ON . startorwillrun • Engineflooded . • See = Starting Instructions . " ° Fill tank with correct fuel mixture . onlya few o Fueltank empty . seconds after , Spark plugnot fidng . fnstall new spark plug . Check for dirty fuel filter ; , replace . starling . • Fuelnotreaching carburetor . Check for kinked or split fuel line rpair or replace . • Carburetor r quires • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " adjustment . . , , None of the above . • Contact Sears Servic , e , Engine will not • Idle speed set too high • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " or too low . idle properly . • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " • LowSpeed Mixturent . requ = msadjustme • Crankshaft seals worn . ° Contact Sears Service . • Contact Sears Service . . Compression low . • Contact Sears Service . • None of the above , Engine will not • Air fitter dirty . • Clean or replace air filter , accelerate , • Spark plug fouled . . Clean or replace plug lacks power , and regap . or dies under . Carburetor requires • See " C , arbum tot Adjustments . " a load . adjustment . . ContactSears Service . • Exhaust ports or muf - fler outlets plugged . ° Contact Seam Service . • Compression low . • None of the above . • Contact Sears Service . Engine smokes • Choke partially on . • Adjust choke . • Fuel mixture incorrect . excessively . • Empty fuel tank and refillwith = 4 correct fuel mixture , • Air filter dirty . • Clean or replace air filter . _ • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " • High Speed Mixture requires adjustment , • Crankcase leak . • Contact Sears Service . • Fuel mixtur incorrect . • See " Fueling Your Unit . " Engine runs hot . • Spark plug incorrect . • Replace with correct plug , • High Speed Mixture See " Carburetor Adjustments . " set too lean . • Contact Sears Service . • Exhaust ports or muf - fler outlets plugged . • Carbon build - up on • Clean spark arrestor screen . muffler outlet screen . • Clean area . • Fan housing / cylinder fins dirty . • None of the above . • Contact Sears Service . • Fill oil tank . ONinadequate • Oil tank empty . for bar and • Contact Sears Service . • Oil pump or oi ! filter chain clogged . • Guide bar oil hole tubflcation , • Remove bar and clean . blocked . 17
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - Continued REMEDY TROUBLE CAUSE I Chain moves • Idle speed requires • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " at idXespeed , adjustment . • Clutch requires repair . • Contact Sears Service . Chain does • Chain tension too , See " Chain Tension . " not move tight . when engine • Carburetor requires • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " is accelerated . adjustment . • Guide bar rails • Repair or replace . pinched , , , Contact Sears Service . • Clutch slipping . ! Chain clatters • Chain tension incorrect . ° See " Chain Tension . " I • Cutters damaged . • Contact Sears Service . or cuts roughly : • Chain worn . • Resharpen or replace chain . • Cutters dull , improperly • See = Sharpening Chain . " sharpened , or depth gauges too high . - Contact Sears Service . • Sprocket wom . • Chain installed • Install chain in right direction . backwards . • Chain cutter tops not Chain stops • See " Sharpening Chain . " within the cut . filed fiat . • Guide bar burred or • Repair or replace guide bar . bent ; rails uneven . • Contact Sears Service . • Clutch slipping . . . . . . . . . L Chain Cutsat • See " Sharpening Chainl ; . . . . . . • Cutters damaged on one side . an angle , • Chain dull on one side . • See " Sharpening Chain . " • Guide bar bent or worn . • Replace guide bar . If situations occur which are not covered in this manual , use care and good iudgement . If you need assistance , contact Sears Service or the CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE HELPUNE at 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 .
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i iiiii iiiiii i iii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii HIll IIIII REPAIR PARTS . , i , i i r , 11 i r iii 2O ! S Ref , Part No . Part NO . I _ scdptlor _ Description Rof . Pert No . Oes = dpt / on 1 . 24 . 530069957 Oil Pump _ 48 . I 530038224 I H _ ndguerd 530089723 Trigger & Lookout Kit Screw ( Includes Pin ) { Inct , 28 & 31 ) 49 , i 530015940 2 , 26 . 53O01O846 Staner Handl _ 53002611g Check V = fue Off Cap Ass'y . 50 . 530037485 3 . 530037809 Wire - Throffie 28 . 530016080 Screw 51 . 530069232 Rope t0t 4 , 530037803 Clutch Cover 29 . 530O1 _ 64 Screw 52 . 530015 _ Screw " 5 , 30 . 53001920O Seal 8rock 53 . 5300493 , _ S 530015917 Nut - Bt , rMounting Fan Hous _ g 6 . 530047 _ 9 ChoiCe Lever 31 , 53 _ 049477 Elbow - Oil Pickup 54 . 530027531 Recoil Sprig 7 . 530038406 Gtommet - Ch _ e Knob 32 _ 530038373 pick - Up Oiler ! 55 530037817 8 . 530069803 ChaSsis Kit 33 . 530037821 Oft Fitter 56 . 530039209 Rywheel ASS'y : Washer 9 , 530094188 Clutch Sp _ g 34 , 530030189 Rug - Oil REar 157 . _ . _ o40o8 _ 10 , 35 , 530015775 Screw 58 , 530001717 Locker 530047061 Clutch Dnmt Ass'y - 36 . _ 47 w / 1Brg _ Fuel Une I _ 59 . 530016134 Nut - Flywheel 11 . 530015611 _ Vesher - C _ utch Scmw ( Large Ola , ) 60 . 530015920 12 . 530014949 3 { utch ASe ¥ 38 , 530047192 Fuel Cap Ass'y . 61 . 71 - 3629 Chad - 16 " 13 , 530038227 3w _ ch Lever w / Re _ ainer 62 . 71 - 36366 Bar - 16 _ t4 . 40 , 530016133 Boll - Bar 530016149 ISw _ ch Spring 4 ` / . 53O047663 15 . 530038264 Plug - Bronze Vent Oi _ Pic _ p Ass'y , Nol Shown t6 . 530015922 NUt ( Incr , 32 . 33 & 34 ) 17 , 530029850 Chain Catcher 42 . 530O1802O Suew 530087304 OperatorManuel 18 , 43 . 53 _ 016 ` / 32 Bolt 53OO52362 D _ hein 530015814 Screw 19 , 530O159O7 Washer - Thrust A4 , 539015814 Screw Ftea _ ust 20 , 530015826 Pin - Eier Acfjusfing 45 , 530037820 Worm Gear Spring 530038486 Decal . - Stop 22 , 46 . 5300 ' / 9231 DUSt , , Real 530038891 Dec , _ - CtutchCover 530OSg611 Bar Adjust _ g Screw Ki 23 . 47 , 5300,37799 FrOnt Handle 530047568 5300 _ 38238 Bar Mounting Plate Oeca _ Fan Hag . 530049246 Decat - _ tartingInsL • 19
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REPAIR PARTS J , i . ll ii ill i . . 14 12 13 , , 5 , 17 29 Rofo Fllt / No , _ 11 _ o _ Rat Port NO . D _ scrlpt ! on BarWrench 5300298O5 1 _ 530O311O3 PistonRing 2 , 530037793 Fakir FJ _ ter 23 . 530015697 Retainer & 53 _ 16101 Nut 24 , 530EH7062 Cras _ kehsAftss'y . 4 . 530O378O4 AirFilterHousing 25 . 5300478275 Seal & 8earingAss ' ) , . Cs _ uretor K _ t 53003793 5 . _ 9703 26 . C _ p - - Cr _ k _ 27 , 530016136 ( Incl . 12 & 13 ) Clip - , - Hi _ hTensionLead " 6 . 5300 _ Ca , rb . Gasket ! 28 . 530015780 Screw 7 . 530015810 952706e06 ChainBrokeKit 8 . 53O049700 530052296 Garb . Ad _ pter WtreHarnessAss'y . . 53001 _ FuelPickupAss'y , 9 . _ 300161872 ! X 10 . 53001610 Suew 530O37652 Heat insulator 11 . 530053184 Cy _ def Shield 3 : t . PMufflerGasketlate 530049670 Muffler B _ c _ Limlter Cap - High 13 , 530038317 L _ ltercapLwl 3 _ 53 ( X _ 7207 Muffl _ _ ' y . ; 4 . _ 44 emmrriet - C _ rb . A _ st M ( IncL33 . - < . _ & 3e - . . _ ) 1 , _ 5 _ 4756S 530037813 uffferDiffuser AirPurgeAss'y , 16 , 530069216 P ( cnerLir _ IO - t 37 . 530O361O3 SparkArreStorSct _ af _ _ eJi o _ ) 38 , 530016132 S _ rew 17 . S30O59608 39 . 53O339167 Eng _ e GasketKit k _ nitl _ U _ uto OncLe , 17 . _ 9 & _ ) 40 . 530015814 Screw 18 . 71 ' - 85849 41 . 530047442 SparkPlug ( CJ - 7Y ) GroundStrap 19 . 53CO1 _ 49 G _ et 42 . 530049714 SeaF'C _ rb , Adapter ( Lower ) 20 . 530069931 43 . 530049715 C ) dinderKit Sea _ . : arb . Adapter [ Upped Pfston K _ t " 21 . 530069604 ( mcL _ & 23 ) 2O
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0530087304 Owners manual
0530069703 Carburetor assembly kit
0530052362 Decal-chain readjust
0530049246 Decal-starting inst
0530047568 Decal-fan housing
0530038891 Decal-clutch cover
0530038486 Decal stop
1530069723 Trigger and lockout kit (includes pin)
10530047061 Assembly - clutch drum with bearing
11530015611 Washer
12530014949 Clutch
13530038227 Lever
14530016149 Switch spring
15530038264 Plug
16530015922 Speed nut
17530029850 Catcher
18530015814 Screw
19530015907 Washer
2530026119 Check valve
20530015826 Adjustable bar - pin
22530069611 Screw
23530038238 Plate bar
24530069957 Oil pump kit (inclu 28 and 31)
26530010846 Oil cap assembly
28530016080 Screw
29530016064 Screw
3530037809 Throttle link
30530019206 Block seal
31530049477 Elbow - oil pickup
32530038373 Oil pick - up
33530037821 Oil filter
34530030189 Plug-oil filter
35530015775 Screw
36530069247 Kit line
38530047192 Fuel cap
4530037803 Clutch cover
40530016133 Bolt
41530047663 Oil pickup
42530016020 Screw
43530016132 Screw
44530015814 Screw
45530037820 Worm gear spacer
46530019231 Dust seal
47530037799 Front handle
48530038224 Hand guard
49530015940 Screw
5530015917 Nut
50530037485 Starter handle
52530015892 Screw
53530049336 Fan housing
54530027531 Spring recoil
55530037817 Starter pulley
56530039209 Flywheel
57530400897 Washer
58530001717 Washer
59530016134 Flywheel nut
6530047989 Choke lever
60530015920 Screw
6171-3629 Chain 16"
6271-36366 Bar 16"
7530038406 Grommet
8530069803 Chassis
9530094188 Clutch spring
0530087304 Owners manual
0530069703 Carburetor assembly kit
0530052362 Decal-chain readjust
0530049246 Decal-starting inst
0530047568 Decal-fan housing
0530038891 Decal-clutch cover
0530038486 Decal stop
1530031163 Bar wrench
10530016102 Screw
11530053184 Cylinder shield
12530038318 Limiter cap - high (red)
13530038317 Limiter cap - low (blue)
14530049244 Grommet - carburetor adjust
15530047566 Air purge assembly
16530069216 Line
17530069608 Gasket
1871-85849 Spark plug (cj-7y)
19530019249 Gasket carburetor
2530037793 Air filter
20530069931 Cylinder kit
21530069604 Piston
22530029805 Ring - piston
23530015697 Retainer
24530047062 Crankshaft
25530047827 Seal and bearing assembly
26530037935 Crankcase cap
27530016136 Clip
28530015780 Screw
29952706606 Kit brake
3530016101 Carburetor
30530052296 Wiring harness
31530014362 Fuel pickup assembly
32530037652 Insulator - heat
33530019221 Gasket
34530049870 Mulching backplate
35530047207 Muffler
36530037813 Diffuser - muffler
37530036103 Screen
38530016132 Screw
39530039167 Ignition module
4530037804 Air filter housing
40530015814 Screw
41530047442 Ground strap
42530049714 Seal, carburetor adapter - lower
4350049715 Seal-carb adapter (upper)
5530069703 Carburetor kit (incl 12 and 13)
6530019239 Gasket - carburetor
7530015810 Screw
8530049700 Carburetor adapter
9530016187 Rear Link
0530087304 Owners manual
0530069703 Carburetor assembly kit
0530052362 Decal-chain readjust
0530049246 Decal-starting inst
0530047568 Decal-fan housing
0530038891 Decal-clutch cover
0530038486 Decal stop
1530038318 Limiter cap - high (red)
2530038317 Limiter cap - low (blue)
3530069826 Carburetor repair
4530035296 Idle
5530035383 Needle-low speed
6530035364 Needle-high speed
7530035293 Needle
8530035295 Needle
9530069844 Gasket