Eager Beaver 2015 Chainsaw Manual
A McCulloch Eager Beaver chainsaw comes from the factory with its carburetor pre-adjusted for optimal performance, but the carburetor tends to fall out of adjustment during normal use -- and this affects the saw's performance. The manufacturer recommends taking the saw to a service professional for carburetor adjustment, because a poor adjustment can damage the engine and void the warranty. You can make adjustments to the saw's idle and low-speed settings without much danger. Successful Restaurant Manager Manual. It takes a professional technician's trained ear, however, as well as the help of a tachometer, to safely adjust the high speed setting.
Fixing a Mc Culloch Eager Beaver Chainsaw /etc Planet Fox >>Fixing a Mc Culloch Eager Beaver 2.0 Chainsaw Fixing a McCulloch Eager Beaver 2.0 CID Chainsaw Back Story My dad bought this McCulloch Eager Beaver chainsaw (Model 60012312, 2.0CID) in 1987, and used it up through the mid-90s, when he replaced it with a bigger Craftsman saw. The little McCulloch sat in the garage for a while, then sort of disappeared. Years later, I found it in the: buried in a brush pile in the back yard. If you've read, you'll know that I never throw anything away if I can fix it. Considering that not all of the parts were there, and that it had been sitting out in the weather, half buried in dirt, leaves and bugs for over 10 years, it would be a challenge, but I like to think that there's nothing I can't fix.
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I found an old junk saw of the same model on eBay for $10, it didn't work either, but it had all of the parts this one was missing and the price was right. Disassembly and Cleaning Getting it apart was actually pretty straight forward. There was a lot of dirt and bugs inside, since it had been sitting outside for years and years, but none of the screws were overly corroded.
To disassemble it you cut the cord on the pull starter, remove the starter, remove the handle bar, then the hand guard. There are three or four long hex screws holding the housing to the crankcase, once you remove those everything should just slide out. The flywheel is friction fit to the crankshaft.
To remove it loosen the nut (the threads are reverse) and use a wood block and hammer to pound on the crankshaft. The shaft should pop loose after a few knocks. Be careful not to lose the little alignment key.
Be careful when removing the clutch. Like most saws, it has a centrifugal clutch, which uses a powerful spring to hold the two halves of the clutch together. If the spring is damaged or the clutch is cracked, discard it safely and replace it. New ones are only a few bucks.
To clean everything I just soaked it in paint thinner overnight and washed everything down with Simple Green the next day. The inside of the cylinder still looked a little rough, so I wrapped some paper towels to a drill bit and polished the inside of the cylinder with some polishing compound and water. Reassembling the Piston and Connecting Rod This part is not fun. This is where you have to cram all of those little roller bearings back into the connecting rod and somehow get the wrist pin back in without them going anywhere.