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18 hours ago, Wallfish said:

there's one for $9 + $3 shipping. Those aluminum pieces are fairly easy to clean up and make nice.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sears-Mighty-Light-Orline-Chainsaw-OEM-Plate/151651948770?hash=item234f2918e2:g:5EQAAOSwPgxVL~yf

Is this the one you were looking at?

 

That was the same item I posted, just without all the extra keywords & random letter/number gibberish that ebay URL's give.

 

22 hours ago, JUST O&R said:

David thanks I tried to buy them from him he has two on there but he would not deal.

 

I bought a few bits from them about 4 or 5 years ago* when the currency conversion rate was cheaper, they were happy to combine shipping but that was all, low value listings like these don't make for sellers (with all the ebay fees, paypal fees, etc), hence why they can't do much for a deal.

 

David

 

*Hence my earlier comment about looking closely at the condition of the parts, some of which are damaged or very corroded.

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I know by the time you pay ebay and paypal they eat you up but they have been on there for some time

not Evan combined shipping. but Ill have an extra .

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They have only been on there a long time because they weren't listed with Ohlsson & Rice in the title, always good to have spares of those as they are so often missing, despite what the service bulletin says. :yankchain:

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David

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On 11/8/2019 at 9:49 PM, JUST O&R said:

Ya OK  WHY ARE THERE SO MANY MISSING ?

 

Usually the original or previous owner takes it apart after something like the starter mechanism breaks and before the web existed they probably couldn't get parts (after O&R/AEP closed down), or figure out how to get it back together, so left it in bits or never put them back on.

 

On 11/9/2019 at 5:12 PM, JUST O&R said:

Can anyone tell me if these is the same gearbox as the j- II ser 091196 ??

 

I will check my info and let you know.

 

David

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Yes the Type 196 has the same gearbox as a Model JIII  (900 R.P.M. reduction, counter clockwise PTO shaft), but the Type 196 engine has a back-shaft with a flat, part no #42-49.

 

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David.

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Thanks David this is the engine I used to repair the toby cart .  A  lot of good parts just would like to

ad numbers to the parts before I put them in a box . Most of my inventory is in the computer

The gear boxes are not in the most of the parts breakdowns .

Thanks for the help

 

before I got this post done you already replied . That's awesome  Your the best:tthankyou:

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I've edited my last post as the Type 196 has a back-shaft with flat.

I have two pages from 1964 covering older gearboxes, it's too late tonight to add them to the forum.

 

David

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On 11/5/2019 at 9:07 PM, Wallfish said:

there's one for $9 + $3 shipping. Those aluminum pieces are fairly easy to clean up and make nice.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sears-Mighty-Light-Orline-Chainsaw-OEM-Plate/151651948770?hash=item234f2918e2:g:5EQAAOSwPgxVL~yf

Is this the one you were looking at?

The worst parts was getting the model ans serial numbers off.

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That’s pretty cool, I hadn’t seen one all polished up like that - that’ll add s little bling to the board...

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On 11/10/2019 at 11:09 PM, factory said:

I have two pages from 1964 covering older gearboxes, it's too late tonight to add them to the forum.

 

Parts diagrams for the gear case models from 1964 have been cleaned up, turned into a PDF and added to the manuals 'sticky' thread.

Note: there may be slightly different parts used in earlier or later gear-cases, for example alloy gears in earlier models, the flat 'D' shaft used for the later clutch (instead of tapered shaft) and updated bearings.

 

I've only just noticed part of drawing for the clutch assembly has a bit of the print missing, I checked and the original (below) is the same. :blink:

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David

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Just takes a little time after grinding the numbers off had to do something. I couldn't leave the numbers on it

you Can't have a engine with two sets of number . talk about being confused .:banghead:

Thanks David for the diagrams that will help . Would like to tag this parts as I put them in a box:tthankyou:

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