We Fixed This John Deere 60V Chainsaw That Would Not Oil – Video



Steve needed your help and you delivered. Find out how the oiling problem on this powersaw was solved. Thanks to all your valuable comments, Steve was able to fix the saw and start cutting firewood.

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24 thoughts on “We Fixed This John Deere 60V Chainsaw That Would Not Oil – Video

  1. I was having trouble with my saw nothing down at high rpm's. Changed the fuel line. I think the fuel line was old/soft and collapsing with the demand. She's buzzing hot n heavy now!

  2. Steve, do you have a fix for Honda's that have plastic bushings that supports the the driveshaft. These mowers are hard to pull backwards. Putting/spraying wd40 or oil is a temporary fix. I've put lithium grease in them when I replaced the bushings and that last only a little while. Horrible design, they should have used ball bearings.

  3. HI STEVE, fellow mechanic here…sent you an email i found on one of your live broadcasts (stevessmallenginesaloon@gmail.com) but got no answer. Had a question. Could you email me at flyhelys@gmail.com please?

  4. I like the fact that many of the people that you have helped with your videos, were able to return the favor and help you out. Knowledge is best when shared. Great work guys! (or girls)

  5. Congratulations Steve!! Like John B. said….it's very rewarding to get a piece of equipment brought back to life! YOU…deserve to have it working! You have no doubt helped thousands of followers with their own equipment and provide an invaluable resource to anyone willing to learn. Thanks again for sharing.

  6. Steve I’ve seen most of your video’s and I hate that some have said such bad things in the comments. In my opinion the everyday tech I think your great and by god you have saved me several times thank you for your knowledge.

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