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    Need help identifying my TimberBear?

    Hey guys,
    I got this McCulloch TimberBear for free from a customer who couldn't get it running. I took it home, replaced the clogged air filter, blew all the crud out of it, and adjusted the carb. Now she runs like a dream! But I can't seem to find the model number ANYWHERE on this beast. If anyone here could help me out I'd greatly appreciate it!
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    Re: Need help identifying my TimberBear?

    Timber Bear is the generic model number. There should be a tag some place starting with 13- it is a 3.75 cu in 60 cc saw from around 1990. If I remember correctly was the same saw as the Pro Mac 610
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    Re: Need help identifying my TimberBear?

    Timber Bear is the model, 1990 to 1993 1/2 uses smaller diameter crankshaft taper for the clutch hub and chain gear. What part do you need. standard chain and bar is 20" with 3/8" 72 chain
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    Re: Need help identifying my TimberBear?

    the other difference is the engine is a 3.7cc, the 605,610 are 3.4cc
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    Re: Need help identifying my TimberBear?

    Ive downloaded a manual for the timber bear, but it says it has an automatic oiler. My saw has an oiler pump button next to the handle...
    Im new to chainsaws...

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    Re: Need help identifying my TimberBear?

    Most have both.
    Well both of my timber Bears have both a manual and an automatic oiler and both are fitted with a hard nose bar so you give it 3 or 4 pumps, rotate the chain 1/3 do the same then repeat again to get the chain nice & oily before you put a load on the bar

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    Re: Need help identifying my TimberBear?

    no one has mentioned this, but you have the aftermarket oregon bar on the saw, it has a kickback wheel that needs to be greased you will see a small pinhole just below the rivets for the sprocket, and you can get a needle greaser from tractor supply or sears
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