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McCullough 2.0 Eagerbeaver Chain Saw
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John    Posted 06-07-2003 at 20:52:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I need some advice on the above chain saw. The manual is long gone and I do not know what fuel and/or fuel mixture to use in it. Can anyone provide me with an answer?

Thank you!


Clod    Posted 06-08-2003 at 09:09:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
I think i saw that saw at Walmarts.Go there and sneek out the instruction book and read it,then stick it back.Or there are several sites to get your answer if you punch in the brand on google. There are some big parts online places and all kinds of info.But not to worry.Somebody will pop in with that info right here any minute.There is a team of experts available here who can solve most any problem,Except which number is right for the upcoming Texas lottery.


Ivey    Posted 06-08-2003 at 13:51:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
It's 40:1, and keep a little grease in the sprocket tip, lol. I had one for several years, not a bad saw, for a mac.


Unimog    Posted 06-08-2003 at 09:04:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
Trying checking the fuel cap. Sometimes it is
printed there. My Mac 120 uses a 40 to 1 mix, so
I would guess your's would be too.


Clod    Posted 06-08-2003 at 09:30:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
The Unimog guy has good info up there.But if you have that one question I suspect there will be more as you move along on the sawing project.One thing I learned .(late in life) Is that there are more questions than there are answers.In recent years the computer has solved much of the problem by pre answered questions.So I just looked up this on search. You may run through a lot of questions you may never need answers to then find the answer you need.Here is a big gob of pre answered questions.


Clod    Posted 06-08-2003 at 09:32:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
FUNNY,,These sites wont stick here on this board? It must be coated with teflon? >> http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/tools/


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