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    Spark Plug Storage for Chainsaw

    I worked on the chainsaw over the weekend. It wasn't running quite right so I pulled the plug and put in a new one. That did the trick and it runs like a champ now. I have a LOT of trees to cut down this year...

    While I was working on the saw I figured I should pick up a spare plug or two. I thought a good way to store them so the electrodes don't get knocked around is to drill a 1/2" hole in the inside wall of the case and just thread the plug into it. This keeps the plugs out of harms way and I know where they are now.

    This is in the back corner, inside the open area beside the handle. nothing should hurt them here...

    Mark
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    Great idea about both the spark plug storage and checking for a bad spark plug.

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    Thank You Sir!

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    Thanks astroracer! We've added your Chainsaw Spark Plug Storage to our Storage and Organization category,
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