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Post by minetymenace » Sat Mar 24, 2007 6:03 pm

Can anyone in N America help me out?

I'm trying to get one of these:
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It is an Ignition Module (Coil) which I cannot source in the UK. They sometimes appear on EBay (USA) and I have asked sellers if they ship to UK but never had a reply. Some dealers in the USA also list this part or equivalent but usually expensive.

The Ignition module was used on Textron chainsaws and leaf blowers, details of the chainsaw:

Textron Homelite 240 chainsaw.
U.T. No: 10634
Serial No: 7E1570130

Textron Ignition Module, original Textron Part No: 94711CS

Don't know how I can pay for it, unless you take Visa or Paypal or Flavian Pobble Beads or something:!:

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Post by b50root » Sat Mar 24, 2007 7:51 pm

Just put a winning bid on it!!

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Post by b5070 » Sun Mar 25, 2007 7:54 pm

Gerry --
http://www.psep.biz/store/homelite_chai ... _parts.htm
$33.95 plus $6.00 min shipping (USA)
At todays exchange rate, that is only just over 20 quid.
I can get it for you if you can't get them to ship direct ?
Is it going on a BSA ?
Cheers,
Brid.
PS --- I have a (Non BSA) biking friend that owns a small engine repair business, and I'm sure he could get them -- maybe cheaper than that?
Let me know !!

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Post by Grouty » Sun Mar 25, 2007 11:11 pm

Gerry...... so have you been out in the shed cutting up firewood to keep your beloved ones warm using the bow saw ! :laugh
Or, like a good boy scout do you have a spare chainsaw waiting in the wings ?

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Post by roadplough » Tue Mar 27, 2007 2:48 pm

Here's watcha need! - a mobile saw

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Comes resplendent with vibrating strap and BSA motor.


PPPSorry this was not much help

..but I'mm a lumberjack
an' I'm o k... :cool:

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Post by Grouty » Tue Mar 27, 2007 6:10 pm

Sorry Roady, I cant help thinking of the lumberjack song from Monty Python ! :shock:
Hmmmm....... moving swiftly along....

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Post by Mark Cook » Wed Mar 28, 2007 9:54 am

So cruel Ian, I'm sure Roady is a nice boy ;-)

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BTW Ian, first AMCA club night last night :roll: nothing changes :lol:

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Post by Grouty » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:09 pm

BTW Ian, first AMCA club night last night nothing changes

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Post by Mark Cook » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:26 pm

AMCA Club night seems to be 2 hours hanging around, this a casual drift to sign entries. Hadn't been to one in about 15 years, only the faces changed lol. First move made in getting my leg over a bike again lol
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Post by Grouty » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:37 pm

Ahh yes, sorry I am with you Mark.
Yep, club nights are all the same. We have our monthly one tomorrow. Again 2 hours of talking crap with about 10 minutes of business. Magic !
Being a sad old git I can sit there and talk bikes all night.
Chuck your leg over your CCM on easter Sunday at Widworthy near Honiton..... be great to see you, and it's not that far. Or just come along for coffee, burgers, a general moan about life and watch the racing.
Then it's all off to Red marley the next day to do it all again ! :lol:

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Post by Mark Cook » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:56 pm

I'll have to see how it goes Ian, making exhaust systems at the mo, then to commision a B44 and a B50. After that panic stations to get other orders out in time for marley. Hoping to make it west to Andrew soon too. What a life lol. There I am again on the phone this morning chatting to a chap about his project, saying that people pop in from all over the world. A chap appears at my desk, low and behold he's just popped over from Newzeland lol. (not the village 3 miles from me Gerry)
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