Is there a welding/brazing repair for worn Chainsaw Clutch/ Sproc
Is there a welding/brazing repair for worn Chainsaw Clutch/Sprockets or is that being too cheap? I have a new one that is probably over 10 years old and 2-3 not worn too bad as spares. My goal is to use up some of this STUFF while my 3 old Poulan S-25s are still running good since the mid 1980s. The mid 1970s' S-25's wrist pin keeper ruined that Good Monster's cylinder after 10 good years.
Related, I brazed a bronze etc surface hardener to rental tools for a rental Co. as gas post-hole augers bits and etc to resist wear that were not carbide in the mid 70s. I have a die grinder and bronze brazing etc that would make the sprocket look like new. BUT! I would hate to waste my time if this is a known waste due to specific reasons. loger