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06-18-03, 02:05 PM   #1  
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Craftsman Chainsaw Tensioner

I own a 16" 32cc craftsman Chainsaw that has a chain tensioner, it seems to do nothing what am I not doing correctly.

 
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06-18-03, 07:36 PM   #2  
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Can you give us a model number of the saw.

 
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06-19-03, 06:15 AM   #3  
More Information Requested Please

Hello: starkxv

Welcome to the DoIt-Yourself Web Site...

You haven't posted sufficient information on the engine and or equipment for any of the small engine professionals posting help and advice within this forum to work with.

Kindly post the engine brand, model, year & serial numbers. These numbers help to identify the specific engine model and the parts used to build it.

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