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Information on a few of the Stihl chainsaws available up until 1992.
The full workshop & instruction manual for the Stihl 026 is available from barrios booksales via the auction website www.oztion.com.au
Testing and Setting Data Chain Saw: 026
1 Piston displacement cc cu.in. 48.7 2.96 2 Cylinder bore diameter diameter mm in 44 1.73 3 Piston stroke mm in 32 1.26 4 Engine power kW (bhp) @ r.p.m. 2.4 (3.2) 9,500 5 Air gap between arms of ignition module and flywheel magnets mm in 0.15 - 0.3 0.006 - 0.012 6 Type of spark plug BOSCH NGK WSR 6 F BPMR 7 A 7 Spark plug electrode gap mm in 0.5 0.02 8 Overall length of ignition lead in 5 7/8 9 Diameter and length of starter rope mm dia. in L 3.5 38 1)
10 Standard setting of carburetor L and H adjusting screws H 2) L 2) -
1 11 Idle speed @ r.p.m. 2,800 12 Tuning RPM at full load (H screw): - chain saws with bar and chain - FS units without cutting attachment @ r.p.m 14,000 13 Tightening torque of flywheel nut Nm lbf.ft. 30 22 14 Tightening torque of clutch carrier Nm lbf.ft. 50 37 15 Tightening torque of cylinder base screws Nm lbf.ft. 10 7.5 16 Oil pump feed rate at 10,000 rpm (the cut-off speed governing and cut-off speed below 10,000 rpm) (1 value = non-adjustable oil pump; 2 values = adjustable oil pump) cc/min oz/min @ 10,000 r.p.m. 4.5 - 11.5 0.16 - 0.4 1) ElastoStart 2) basic setting/without limiter cap
The full workshop & instruction manual for the Stihl MS 310 is available from barrios booksales via the auction website www.oztion.com.au Testing and Setting Data Chain Saw: MS 310
1 Piston displacement cc cu.in. 59.0 3.60 2 Cylinder bore diameter diameter mm in 47 1.86 3 Piston stroke mm in 34 1.34 4 Engine power kW (bhp) @ r.p.m. 3.0 (4.1) 9,500 5 Air gap between arms of ignition module and flywheel magnets mm in 0.15 - 0.3 0.006 - 0.012 6 Type of spark plug BOSCH NGK WSR 6 F BPMR 7 A 7 Spark plug electrode gap mm in 0.5 0.02 8 Overall length of ignition lead in 6 7/8 9 Diameter and length of starter rope mm dia. in L 3.5 38 10 Standard setting of carburetor L and H adjusting screws H 2) L 2) 1
1 11 Idle speed @ r.p.m. 2,800 12 Tuning RPM at full load (H screw): - chain saws with bar and chain - FS units without cutting attachment @ r.p.m 13,000 13 Tightening torque of flywheel nut Nm lbf.ft. 27.5 20 14 Tightening torque of clutch carrier Nm lbf.ft. 50 37 15 Tightening torque of cylinder base screws Nm lbf.ft. 11 8 16 Oil pump feed rate at 10,000 rpm (the cut-off speed governing and cut-off speed below 10,000 rpm) (1 value = non-adjustable oil pump; 2 values = adjustable oil pump) cc/min oz/min @ 10,000 r.p.m. 6 - 17.5 0.21 - 0.60
2) basic setting/without limiter cap
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The engine is lubricated by mixing oil with the fuel. Recommended oil is Stihl two-stroke engine oil mixed at a fuel:oil ratio of 50:1. If Stihl two-stroke engine oil is not available, a good quality oil designed for use in air-cooled two-stroke engines may be used when mixed at a 25:1 ratio. Use a separate container when mixing oil and gasoline. All models are equipped with an adjustable automatic chain oil pump. To adjust oil pump output, turn adjusting screw located in bottom of oil pump housing. Refer to OIL PUMP under REPAIRS section for service procedures. Manufacturer recommends using oil designed specifically for saw chain lubrication. If an approved oil is not available, clean automotive oil may be used with viscosity chosen according to ambient temperature.
CRANKCASE PRESSURE TEST. An improperly sealed crankcase can cause the engine to be hard to start, run rough, have low power and overheat. Refer to ENGINE SERVICE section of this manual for crankcase pressure test procedure. If crankcase leakage is indicated, pressurize crankcase and use a soap and water solution to check gaskets, seals, pulse line and castings for leakage.
CYLINDER, PISTON, PIN AND RINGS. To disassemble, remove sprocket cover, bar and chain. Drain fuel and oil tanks. Remove carburetor box cover and cylinder shroud. Unbolt and remove muffler assembly and carburetor. Remove cylinder mounting screws and pull cylinder off piston while pushing intake tube through hole in tank housing. To separate piston (4—Fig. ST132) from connecting rod, remove piston pin retainers (6) and push piston pin (5) out of piston (4) and connecting rod. If piston pin is stuck, tap pin out using a brass drift. Be sure to support piston and connecting rod so side forces are not ap- Illustrations courtesy Stihl Inc. plied to connecting rod when removing piston pin. Inspect piston and cylinder bore for deep scratches, scoring or excessive wear. New cylinder is available only with a new fitted piston. If only the piston requires renewal, piston marked "B" on piston crown may be used in all "broken in" cylinders. To reassemble, install piston with arrow mark on piston crown pointing toward exhaust port. Piston pin must slide easily into piston bore. Be sure that piston pin retainers (6) are seated properly in piston boss grooves and that retainer end gap faces either top or bottom of piston. Piston is equipped with locating pins in ring grooves to prevent piston ring rotation. Be certain ring end gap is properly positioned around locating pins before installing cylinder. Lubricate piston rings and cylinder bore with engine oil. Support piston with a wooden block that will fit between piston skirt and top of crankcase. Cut a notch in wooden block so block will fit around connecting rod. If removed, install intake manifold tube on cylinder so tube points upward. Compress piston rings and slide cylinder over piston. Tighten cylinder screws in diagonal pattern to 10 N*m (88 in.-lbs.).
CRANKCASE, CRANKSHAFT AND CONNECTING ROD.
All models are equipped with a two-piece split type crankcase that is available as a complete crankcase assembly only. The crankshaft and connecting rod are a unit assembly and are not available separately. Crankcase must be split to remove crankshaft. To split crankcase, drain oil and fuel tanks. Remove fan housing, sprocket guard, bar and chain. Remove chain brake assembly, clutch assembly, oil pump, flywheel, ignition coil, trigger module (if used) and generator (if used). Remove muffler, carburetor, cylinder and piston as previously outlined. Unbolt and remove tank housing and handlebar. Remove crankcase mounting screws and drive the two crankcase dowel pins into ignition side crankcase half. Tkp end of crankshaft with a soft hammer to split crankcase and remove crankshaft from main bearings. Rotate connecting rod around crank-pin and renew entire assembly if roughness or other damage is noted. Inspect crankshaft main bearings (12 and 14— Fig. ST132) for roughness and renew as required. Heat crankease halves to approximately 120°C (250°F) to ease installation of main bearings. Inner races of main bearings should also be heated with a soldering iron prior to installing crankshaft. On all models, main bearings locate against shoulder in crankcase halves. Oil seals (9 and 15) should not be installed until after crankshaft and crankcase halves have been assembled. Assemble crankshaft and crankcase halves, drive dowel pins into clutch side crankcase half and tighten crankcase screws evenly to torque of 9 N*m (80 in.-lbs.). An assembly sleeve should be installed on crankshaft to protect seal lips from sharp edges. Lubricate seal lip with grease. Press oil seals into crankcase with sealing lip facing inward. Clutch side crankcase seal (15) seats into outer flange of main bearing (14). Install seal so outer face of seal is flush with bearing outer race. Install flywheel side crankcase seal (9) flush with outer face of crankcase. Assembly of remaining
parts is reverse of disassembly procedure.
All models are equipped with three-shoe centrifugal type clutch shown in Fig. ST133. Tb gain access to clutch assembly, remove sprocket cover, bar and chain. Remove "E" ring (1), washer (2), clutch drum (4) and needle bearing (3). Remove spark plug and install piston stop tool in spark plug hole or use other suitable means to prevent crankshaft from rotating. Note that clutch hub (6) has left-hand threads and . must be turned clockwise to remove it from crankshaft. Disengage clutch springs (8) and separate shoes (5) and retainers (7) from hub. Inspect all parts for evidence of excessive wear or damage due to overheating. Clutch shoes, retainers and springs must be renewed in sets to prevent unbalanced operation. When reassembling, note that a series number is stamped on one side of clutch shoes (5). Retainers (7) must be installed on shoes with narrow side of retainer positioned on same side as series number, and series number must face outward when shoes are installed on clutch hub. Tighten clutch hub to 50 N-m (37 ft.-lbs.). Lubricate needle bearing (3) with high temperature grease prior to installation. Be sure oil pump drive spring (10) engages notch in clutch drum (4).
AH models are equipped with an adjustable automatic chain oil pump. The oil pump (12—Fig. ST133) is located in the crankcase behind the clutch. To remove oil pump, first drain the oil tank and remove clutch assembly. Remove side plate, cover plate and chain brake band. Remove oil pump mounting screws and withdraw pump assembly from crankshaft. Tb disassemble pump, unscrew adjusting screw (17) noting that screw has left-hand threads. Remove worm (11) and drive spring (10). Remove pin (18), pry out plug (14) and pull plunger (15) from pump housing. Clean all components and inspect for excessive wear or damage. When reassembling pump, coat plunger (15) and worm (11) with grease. Make certain drive spring (10) is properly installed on worm gear (11). Be sure that drive spring properly engages notch in clutch drum. Oil pump output is adjusted by rotating adjusting screw (17). On all models, oil tank vent is located in oil tank wall adjacent to bar studs. Vent must be open for proper operation of oil pump. Ib remove vent, drain oil tank and insert a long punch inside oil tank and drive out vent from inside. Press vent into housing bore until outer face of valve is about 1 mm (0.040 in.) below outer surface of housing.
The full workshop & instruction manual for the Stihl 031 is available from barrios booksales via the auction website www.oztion.com.au REPAIRS
PISTON, PIN, RINGS, AND CYLINDER.
The aluminum alloy piston is equipped with two piston rings. The floating piston pin is retained in the piston with a snap ring at each end. The piston pin is supported in the connecting rod small end by a caged needle roller bearing. An oversize piston pin is not available. Cylinder and cylinder head are cast in one piece. The cylinder bore is chrome plated. The cylinder is available only with a fitted piston. On 030AV, 031AV, 031AVE, 032AV and 032AVE models, piston and cylinder are grouped into different sizes. Each group size is marked with a code letter "A" to "E." Letter "A" denotes smallest size with "E" being largest. The code letter is stamped on the top of the piston and the bottom of the cylinder on early models, and at the top of the cylinder on later models. On early models, the code letter of the piston and the cylinder must be the same for proper fit of a new piston in a new cylinder. On later models, the piston and cylinder grouping system has been simplified. Pistons are marked either "B" or "C" with a "B" piston fitting "A," "B" or "C" cylinders and a "C" piston fitting "D" or "E" cylinders. To reinstall piston on connecting rod, proceed as follows: Install one snap ring in piston. Lubricate the piston pin needle bearing with motor oil and slide bearing into pin bore of connecting rod. Install piston on rod so arrow on piston crown points toward exhaust port. Push piston pin in far enough to install second snap ring. After piston and rod assembly is attached to crankshaft, install cylinder as follows: Turn crankshaft to top dead center and support piston with a wood block that will fit between piston skirt
030AV, 031AV and 031AVE models is shown in Fig. ST82 while pawl type starter used on 032AV, 032AVE, 056 AVE, 056AVSE, 056AVSEQ, 056 AVME, 056AVMEQ and later 045AV, 045AVE and 045AVSE models is shown in Fig. STS3. On early Models 045AV, 045AVE and 045AVSE, assemble starter shoes on brake lever as shown in Fig. ST84. Be sure assembly is installed as shown in exploded views and leading edges of friction shoes are sharp or shoes may not properly engage drum. To place tension on rope of Models 030AV, 031AV and 031AVE, assemble starter components but do not install starter on saw. Pull starter rope and hold rope pulley to prevent spring from rewinding rope on pulley. Pull rope back through rope outlet and wrap two additional turns of rope on pulley without moving pulley. Release pulley and allow rope to rewind. Rope handle should be pulled against housing and rope pulley should be able to rotate lk turn further when rope is pulled to greatest length.
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