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McCulloch Chainsaw parts

Posted by Jammer1 mass (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 18, 05 at 13:43

Can someone guide me to a place that has parts for 2 older chainsaw's? I need a rubber boot for the carb on a CP-55 ,and a carb kit for a 310-E.........thanks in advance


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RE: McCulloch Chainsaw parts

Phone MTD at 1-800-269-6215 and ask if they have the parts you need. If they don't carry the parts they will put you in touch with a company that services older model McCulloch tools. I went through the same problem with a string trimmer from 1990. Good luck.


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I thought MTD was sears,yardman,and now troy-built. I'll try it anyway...........I don't have part no.'s ;so I don't know how far I'll get thanks.....marc


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A local shop had points,and a carb kit for the CP-55;points...I wonder how old the saw is........


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Try this

Here is a link that might be useful: Chainsaw Collectors


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Thanks canguy!!!.............that's an awesome site,with a truckload of info!!.......marc


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I need a carburetor repair kit for a McCulloch
Model SuperPro 40 Chain Saw. Who can help me find one?


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Take the make and model number from the carb to a dealer. Failing that, there are lots of online dealers although this is definately not my route of choice.Also, try to stay with OEM parts.A lot of the aftermarket stuff is dodgy at best.


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Jammer1,
You might try this link.
I needed parts for a McCulloch string trimmer; they had everything I needed to repair the trimmer. They also carry parts for McCulloch chainsaws.
Good price and fast shipping. Jammer1,
You might try this link.
I needed parts for a McCulloch string trimmer; they had everything I needed to repair the trimmer. Good price and fast shipping. Send them an e-mail and ask if they have the parts you need and the price. They usually get back to you quick.
Send them an e-mail and ask if they have the parts you need and the price. They usually get back to you quick.

Here is a link that might be useful: Fayetteville Eqipment


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Jim-K; awesome site! I'll check it out............Thanks very much......marc


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MTD only owns the rights to 2003to present equipment, calling them will only cause you more confusion. Old, aka *real* McCulloch is getting hard to grab because it is all over the place.

I am in charge of McCulloch at the distributor I work for, and we have a partnership with MTD and McCulloch Motors. Give us a jingle and if I dont have the part in stock, (or its gone obsolete), I have 3 contacts I can refer you to... Sorry, but they don't have any on-line lookup on MCC yet, so you'll have to call in... ask for me if you want.

Here is a link that might be useful: Get McCulloch from HERE!


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I have been a McCulloch Dealer for 44 years. I sell McCulloch Saw and trimmers and also have all the parts for every McCulloch Saw out there except for the Titans. We repair them also. I am also a Partner/Husqvarna Dealer. If anyone is in need of parts just call Harry.


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  • Posted by canguy British Columbia (My Page) on
    Tue, Nov 14, 06 at 23:51

Those old Macs just will not go away LOL.


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wallenbergsales; what's the phone number;how can I contact you?


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RE: McCulloch Chainsaw parts

Hi Jammer, I did a Google search on wallenbergersales.
Try below.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.wallenbergsales.com/


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wallenbergersales, nice to find a second source for Mac parts. I've been using fayettevilleequipment.

Just how many Mac 610's and varients did McCullouch make? Gotta be a gazillion out there....


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