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    Default Baumr parts

    I'm looking for an inlet manifold to suit a Baumr powerhead off their Commercial Multi series. I was loaned the machine and it has suffered some damage due to strong winds and I need to fix it. If some-one has a dead one of these machines I'd be very interested to buy the part. The importer hasn't been able to help.
    I can be contacted on 0410 482 830.

    Thanks.

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    Have you tried the BaumrAG shop on eBay? I'm guessing that is the importer though...

    If it's anything like the inlet manifold I had to replace on a Sanli hedgetrimmer it'll probably have to come on a slow-boat from China (literally).

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    Aren't they the same as Pope and a few other cheap Chinese brands? The parts may be interchangeable.

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    Default Re: Baumr parts

    send this mob an email re BUYING parts http://stores.ebay.com.au/AGR-Machin...id=p4340.l2563

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    Just unboxed my Chainsaw from these guys from their eBay store and for $120 delivered it's pretty much what I expected. If it helps me with the one job I need it for this week it will have done it's job. If I get a bit more use from it on the 4WD trails (when the Hilux gets back on the road), even better.

    Mine is the 20" 62cc unit. While trying to assemble it this part has already fallen off. It looks and feels like some sort of vibration damper.


    2011-12-04 14.42.48 by paul goodall | photography, on Flickr

    Can someone with one of these saws possibly have a look where it goes?


    And what's the go with the ridiculous chain-brake set-up on these saws? The whole unit is integrated with the side cover and is a PITA to fit and remove.


    2011-12-04 14.44.35 by paul goodall | photography, on Flickr


    2011-12-04 14.45.57 by paul goodall | photography, on Flickr

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    its a pita if the brake is engaged, make sure its off b4 putting in place




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    Just managed to do that a little while ago. Worked out the brake was in the engaged position out of the box. Very hard to engage/disengage when it's not connected to the machine.

    Any ideas on where the little rubber piece has come from? I can't work out where it goes?

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    Anyone had a chance to have a look at their saw to see where that part comes from?

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    I've got the arborist version and have taken it apart once or twice or three times maybe more (get the drift ) and that part didn't come with mine. Maybe it wasn't meant to be in your box? Great saw has paid for itself but sadly I can't get it to rev now but it loves to idle...

    BTW Niccotas, I've got one of those power heads too if you still need the parts, I can't get mine to drive and I've butchered the fuel cap but everything else is here in Donvale VIC.

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    This part was definitely on the saw. It fell off when I was trying to put the chain-brake cover assembly on. Haven't got a clue where it supposed to go back on though.

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    Default Re: Baumr parts

    maybe it is just a protector or separator for one of the bolts, so they don't rub against something during shipping?

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    Default Re: Baumr parts

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulG View Post
    This part was definitely on the saw. It fell off when I was trying to put the chain-brake cover assembly on. Haven't got a clue where it supposed to go back on though.
    just pulled mine apart and I can't see that part on mine anywhere!
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    Thanks for having a look Ben. I guess I'll forget about it and hope for the best!

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    No worries mate!
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    Possibly a chain catcher/deflector?To divert a broken chain.
    Cheers Fred.

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