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Old 09-12-2010, 12:33 PM
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Does any one know where I can get parts for a Macollough Pro 250 chain saw
Mainly a new carb. or replacement parts for a rebuild
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Dave, I've bought a lot of parts from ereplacement parts for Homelite and Troy-bilt but they don't list Macollough.

I looked around the web and found chainsawer.com I don't know anything about them though.

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What's going to be key is to identify the exact carb you have. It's most likely a Walbro K1-MDC but you'll want to verify before you order a kit and/or tearing it apart. I think the rebuild kit is about $25
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Is this the 1965 year model ? I found a parts diagram at this site www.jackssmallengines.com/chainpartmac.cfm They sell some parts but never have dealt with them. If you scroll down a ways you can click on the 250 chainsaw and it will take you to a pdf of the parts description manual. a nice feature if you don't have one. Bordercollie
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