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 Poulan 1950 Type 1 Gas Chainsaw Parts

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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A1Lever-Switch
Part #: 530038227
Note: Includes Pin
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
A2Spring-Switch
Part #: 530016149
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
A3Screw
Part #: 530015775
In stock
19 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A4Line Tank/Purge
Part #: 530069216
In stock
25+ available
 $5.40
Add To Cart
A5Fuel Line Fitting
Part #: 530023877
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A6Assy-Fuel Cap
Part #: 580940901
In stock
25+ available
 $4.12
Add To Cart
A7Wire-Throttle
Part #: 530037809
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A8Lever-Choke
Part #: 530047989
In stock
15 available
 $3.99
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A9Grommet-Choke Knob
Part #: 530038406
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
A10Kit-Chassis Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530069822
Discontinued
N/A
A11
Nut-Speed
Part #: 530015922
In stock
4 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
A12Kit-Trigger & Lockout
Part #: 530071305
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
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A13Kit-Oil Pump
Part #: 530071259
Note: Includes figures 14, 15 and 17
In stock
25+ available
 $14.16
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A14Gear-Worm Spring
Part #: 530037820
In stock
21 available
 $3.99
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A15Elbow-Oil Pickup
Part #: 530049477
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A16Scp#6-19 x .437 .Pl. Pan.
Part #: 530016064
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A17Seal Block
Part #: 530019206
In stock
7 available
 $3.99
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A18Oil Pickup Assembly
Part #: 530047663
Note: Includes figures 19, 20 and 21
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A19Pickup-Oiler
Part #: 530038373
In stock
2 available
 $1.61
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A20Oil Intake Screen
Part #: 530056533
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A21Oil Intake Screen
Part #: 530056533
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
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A22Assembly - Clutch
Part #: 530014949
In stock
25+ available
 $7.66
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A23Washer-Clutch
Part #: 530015611
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A24Clutch Drum and Gear Assembly
Part #: 530047061
In stock
25+ available
 $16.01
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A25Washer - Thrust
Part #: 530015907
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A26Bolt - Bar
Part #: 530016133
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A27Flywheel Ass'y.
Part #: 530047534
In stock
15 available
 $21.73
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A28Flywheel Washer
Part #: 530015127
In stock
16 available
 $3.99
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A29Nut-Flywheel
Part #: 530016134
In stock
13 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A30Screw
Part #: 530015920
In stock
9 available
 $3.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A31Housing-Fan
Part #: 530049334
In stock
11 available
 $8.38
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A32Rope (3 ft.)
Part #: 530069232
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A33Handle-Starter
Part #: 530056402
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A34Screw.
Part #: 530015892
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
A35Spring-Starter
Part #: 545008015
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A36Starter Pulley Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 545034301
Discontinued
N/A
A37Rope Retain Screw
Part #: 530016080
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A38Starter Dog Spring
Part #: 530023817
In stock
15 available
 $2.99
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A39Kit-Oil Vent
Part #: 530071666
In stock
3 available
 $7.28
Add To Cart
A40Assembly-Oil Cap w/ret.
Part #: 530057236
In stock
25+ available
 $5.22
Add To Cart
A41Screw
Part #: 530016132
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A42Chain Catcher
Part #: 530029850
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A43Screw
Part #: 530015814
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
A44Plate-Bar Mounting
Part #: 530038238
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A45Bar 14"
Part #: 952044368
In stock
25+ available
 $26.27
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A46Chain 14"
Part #: 581562101
In stock
25+ available
 $18.26
Add To Cart
A47Kit - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530069611
Note: Includes figures 48 and 49
In stock
25+ available
 $4.04
Add To Cart
A48Pin - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530015826
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A49Retainer - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530038593
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A50Nut - Bar Mounting
Part #: 530015917
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A51Assembly-Chain Brake (Green)
Part #: 545139906
In stock
25+ available
 $28.12
Add To Cart
A52Screw
Part #: 530015814
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
A53Screw
Part #: 530015940
In stock
23 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A54Handle-Front Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530059173
Discontinued
N/A
A55Bolt-Handguard Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530016020
Discontinued
N/A
A56Handguard Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530038224
Discontinued
N/A

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how do you run fuel line into tank I can't install line in hole
WJA
Reply: Fuel Line To Tand,how Ti Install...

WJA

Hello sawpro,

We prepared an article and video that I hope will assist you with the job you are trying to accomplish. Here is the link to it.

Hoe to Replace Fuel Lines

Good luck, WJA,
swdelph
Question: Parts

swdelph

does this kit include all of the gaskets / diaphrams shown
WJA
Reply: Parts

WJA

Hello swdelph,

Yes, every item shown in the image of part number 530069844 is included in the kit.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
psa1
Question: Fuel Line

psa1

I have the Poulan 1950 but don't know what type it is, I need to replace the fuel line and I see that there are a thin and thick fuel line, I can't find the thin line in the parts section, can you help. Thanks.
donwho
Question: Poulan 1950

donwho

keeps flooding,,will not start
jtasich
Question: Purge Bulb For Model 1950

jtasich

I am looking for a bulb that has two different size tubs that connect to the bulb.
I order one off a different site but the connecting tubs are the same size.
Can you tell me if this one has a large and small fitting?
Kit-Purge Bulb
Part Number: 530071835
donwho
Reply: Purge Bulb For Model 1950

donwho

just cut it back about 1/2in,,it will work...
Arcie
Question: Ignition Module Hook Up

Arcie

Hi all,
I have a poulan 1950 chain saw and I was replacing the fuel lines and the yellow wire from the ignition module came undone. I looked all over to see where it would get hooked up but can't locate any place. The black wire (ground is in tact) but the yellow wire is hooked up at the module but hanging free up near the carburetor area. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Bob
Arcie
Reply: Ignition Module Hook Up

Arcie

found out it goes on the kill switch :)
fbryant1
Question: Fuel Pick Up

fbryant1

how is this installed
fujimo
Reply: Fuel Pick Up

fujimo

how do you install fuel pick up
Nett1982
Reply: Fuel Pick Up

Nett1982

You can take the fuel line that it goes to and take one of your fingers and grab the line, pull it through the top of the fuel cap, take the old one and pull it off, you might want to take a flat head screw driver and just easily pry it loose and then push the new one back onto the fuel line.:)
I need to replace the piece with the teeth on it. How hard is it to remove?
zmmmarkie
Reply: How To Remove The Assembly Drum?

zmmmarkie

You need to remove the cover directly across from the centrifical clutch. It has a bunch of fins that you will see. You will need a strong gripped person to grip the fins. please remember to tell that person not to break them! Then you take a wide flat blade screwdriver and a hammer on top of the clutch it says off and on rest the screwdriver on the edge of the off side one sharp tap should do it. When it moves very little you then can unscrew in the off direction the entire clutch will come off. Pay close attention at the springs and counter weights because you will have to remove them. A picture might help. Good luck Gonzo,
Mark
1stumpman
Reply: How To Remove The Assembly Drum?

1stumpman

Remove sparkplug put 2inchs of rope in plug hole uses channel lock to turn counterclockwise
1stumpman
Reply: How To Remove The Assembly Drum?

1stumpman

Sorry clockwise
ShotOut
Reply: How To Remove The Assembly Drum?

ShotOut

The part with TEETH on it. Clutch DRUM and Clutch assembly have no teeth. For those that care, the clutch drum is held on to the end of the engine's crankshaft with a TORX 20 screw. You loosen the screw to REMOVE the drum. The screw does NOT come out, but stays inside the drive-neck of the clutch drum. Good advice on using the rope though. It works. Flywheel removal is fun. Maybe that is the part the OP said had "teeth." By the way, the original post on this problem is 2.75 years old. Did you get it off yet??
ShotOut
Reply: How To Remove The Assembly Drum?

ShotOut

The part with a "bunch of fins" is called the FLYWHEEL.
bob
Question: Chain Freezes On Bar

bob

The chain on my 1950 Wood Shark Poulan freezes when I start the chainsaw. I think the cover (bar clamp) is somehow binding it up but I'm not sure.
richard
Question: No Fire

richard

It is not getting any spark
1069276
Reply: No Fire

1069276

Replace the spark plug, it's cheap! Get a spark tester from the local auto parts store and check to see if voltage is being sent to the plug, also check the contacts on the kill switch. Remove the two nuts holding the air filter holder and remove the filter holder. The kill switch contacts are open to the elements and may collect oil and debris. Since the switch is normally open for operation, dirt and oil can cause a short in these contacts and cause the voltage to go to ground even if the switch is in the run position. Clean it all up in there and check for leaks in fuel lines.
Rene
Question: Poulan 1950 Fuel Lines

Rene

How are the fuel lines connected to the gas tank and carburetor?
john
Reply: Poulan 1950 Fuel Lines

john

how do lines connect?
UtahAV
Reply: Poulan 1950 Fuel Lines

UtahAV

Hi John and Rene,

The fuel system on your chainsaw has a filtered inlet that goes to the input tube of the carburetor. The other hose on the carb is the priming hose. It runs from the carb outlet to the input, or suction side, of the primer bulb. The last line runs from the output side of the primer bulb back to the fuel tank. It is the return line.

When you prime your saw the primer pulls filtered fuel into the carb, to the primer bulb and then returns excess back to the tank. To find the suction side of the primer bulb, attach a piece of fuel line to one side of the primer. Now put the line in a small container of fuel. If you see bubbles when you press the bulb, the hose is hooked to the outlet side of the primer. If it sucks fuel into the bulb then you have found the suction side.

Identifying the input and output side of a carb that has a remote priming assembly can be very difficult and there is no rule that applies in every case. Usually you just need to use trial and error on those connections. If you have hooked everything up so you are pulling fuel through the carb, not pushing it into the carb, and your saw won't fire, you should just need to swap the lines on the carb and then it should run fine. The important thing is that you have the priming lines setup to pull fuel through the carb.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
fieldh0
Reply: Poulan 1950 Fuel Lines

fieldh0

To replace the small fuel line running from the filter, in the tank, to the carb. first remove the old line and filter. Take the old line and use a pair of scissors to cut the first 2" of the new line in half, at the top of the cut taper back into the line. now cut a short point at the end of the cut line. You will be able to feed this point and the rest of the cut line through the hole of the tank from the top. When enough of the line is hanging down in the tank, reach in with pliers, hemostats work best, and pull from the tank side. The line will stretch and become smaller in width, allowing it to be pulled into the gas tank. Leave plenty of length on the line to remove the cut part of the line and still install the filter. Cut the remaining line to fit for the carb. The main thing to remember is to purchase twice as much line as you need so you can have plenty to work with. Hey, it's cheap, about a dollar a foot.
Richard Cloyd
Question: Assy Drum

Richard Cloyd

How do you replace the assy drum on Poulan model 1950?
Don
Question: Fuel Line Diagram

Don

How is the fuel line routed?
fieldh0
Reply: Fuel Line Diagram

fieldh0

Don,
Basically there are two size lines. There is a small line leading from the filter in the fuel tank to the Carb. Then, a larger line from the Carb. to the Primer bulb. Then the last line goes from the Primer bulb back to the tank.
captdon7
Question: Poulan Wood Shark.

captdon7

1. On the Poulan Model 1950 Wood Shark chain saw, can someone instruct me how the fuel line connections are made up between the gas tank, the 2 carburetor connections (inlet and outlet connections), and the return fuel lines? I don't understand why it will run just fine for a few minutes and then quit; and then will not start no matter how many times I try to restart it.

2. On the same chain saw, what is the proper gap between the rotor and the stator to create the spark for the spark plug?

Many thanks for any help you can give me.

Best of Regards,

Don Weaver
(409)771.8328 cell phone
Dale
Reply: Poulan Wood Shark.

Dale

On a 1950 type 1 the figure # is b14 part # is 530071835. it should be held in by two screws. hope this helps. The part# is the same for all types. But have different fig #s
V0LC0M
Reply: Poulan Wood Shark.

V0LC0M

Hey there! Dales Advice for taking the Air box Assembly apart is spot on! A purge bulb can be ordered from eReplacementParts.com : Power Tool Parts and Tool Repair part number 530071835 to replace that old cracked one!


Hope this helps:cool:

Patrick
ham radio man
Reply: Poulan Wood Shark.

ham radio man

Im replacing all fuel hoses going to the Carb and prime bulb plus going into
the gas tank. Is it all the same size.
I see some with Part Number: 530069247 is that what I need.
Accessories
Accessories for the 1950

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T-00745
2-Stroke Oil w/ Stabilizer 50:1 Ratio 2.6 fl.oz
$3.99

6450001
Power Blend Ultimate 2-Stroke Oil 2.6 oz.
$2.99

6450025
Power Blend Ultimate 2-Stroke Oil 6.4 oz.
$3.99

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