Pierpa_76 Pierpaolo: Wow too 'I have to disassemble my McCulloch up to that point. But I would not know how to unscrew the clutch !! Now it is disassembled and not now know how to block the 'tree so as to force the clutch to unscrew it. I built a key with two pins and 'wheelbase is all in all good. I await advice because I would replace both bearings. Greetings.
Klayton Warner: i am working on rebuilding one of these right now bought it for 30$ and the four bolts that hold the cylinder in are seized and i mean seized broke 2 #27 torx bits any suggestions?
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Walleye Willy: Stihl quality sure has gone down the crapper in the last decade. Plastic inside the crank bearings WTH? Probably made in the same factory in China that build their junk zama's.
Zacarias Hernandez : Have a ms 250 sthil saw, working on the piston, can anyone teach me how to take off bearings? Thanks
Steven Rudd: Ok why did my races cost $8'75' apiece.hmm expensive plastic!
JON Gergeceff: Thank you for taking the time to make this video!
Steven Rudd: Yes my damn 460 was in use today! Had to go 2 the ol stadby my 310 I bought new in 06 gotta 20 in csrlsn.roller tip n yes I felld 41' in red oak solid not no bark mesrm. I am true believer its always not the saw it's the man's knowledge running it. I found that out today.
afleetcommand: wow. expected a better material from the Stih brand. I have one on the bench, a 391. Was avoiding these but the customer insisted....so now I have it. Looks like I have to replace the oil pump...and that doesn't look straight forward! While I'm in there is it worth just replacing bearings & seals??
BriggsMower: the races are not plastic there kevlar
heliarche: My 290 has been acting funny just like you said for the longest time. Today it finally gave up the ghost and won't even run anymore. I'm hoping I can get away with seals and bearings but I'm not optimistic as it feels and sounds different when I pull it over. Thanks for the video though. The dang plastic case really does tick me off.
Aaron Candeloro: We'll done great help I was stuck for ages trying to get the cylinder out off frame it wasn't to be a 2 can job turned into a carton cheers
Tonio Skweir: Can't wait to try this out. Glad I didn't put it in the metal pile with my "froze up" 041 AV. I assume a new piston and head can go back on instead of my old scored piston using the same instructions. Thanks for the confidence boost. I'll post back once I get er done.
1fanger: You need to do more disassembly videos LOL. They`re great for me, shade tree gearhead. Thumbs up.
MrHangerone: Great vid!
brumagu1: Learning more in these vids than my stihl classes. thanks dude
NIK UTB: in ms660 the fre space betwin piston and head hoe mm is ?
HORIZON8026: i bet that plastic cage failed because of the ethanol