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Garden | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


On what I wonder .......

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Garden | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


Probably in the fuel system; get all gas out of the tank, stuff clean white cloth (big one) into tank to sop up any dirt and leftover gas, take the bowl off and blow air backwards toward the tank. Clean/maybe replace the filter/bowl and put some StaBil into a refill of clean new gas.

Garden | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


Request the diagram from MacCullough.

Garden | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


Suggest a concentrated feeding program with bone meal and maybe a little nitrogen. Work it in being careful of surface roots. If you are brave, prune it way down. If it works, nex year should show lots of sucker growth (take them off) and continue with feeding program, but don't overdo it. Most roses thrive on serious pruning and do better when the roots don't have to transport nutrients all the way up a trellis at the start of the season.

Garden | Answered on Sep 28, 2019


Take the bad one to either a big auto parts, tractor parts, or hydraulic hose dealer

Garden | Answered on Sep 28, 2019


It is a Lombard, not a Lombrad. I fixed your spelling and added some punctuation to your question. Here is the history of the company. As to worth, it depends on condition, and rarity, but typically $40 to $100. It's a chainsaw, a tool, not a priceless antique.

LOMBARD HISTORY By Tom Hawkins

Lombard claimed in its ads to be, "The oldest name in chain saws" because the company dates back to 1894. The company name Lombard Governor Corporation first appears in 1902. They made hydraulic water wheel governors. Lombard Governor Corporation began building chain saws at its factory in Ashland, Massachusetts in 1943. The owner of the company at that time was Mr. Henry Warren.

At first there were three models. The electric chain saw (Model: ES) the pneumatic chain saw (Model: PS) and the gasoline chain saw (Model: GS).

The same 24" (61 cm) bar, chain and tailstock were used on all saws made from 1943 to 1948. Longer bar and chain combinations were offered for the gas and electric powered units.

Lombard sold approximately 500 of the gasoline chain saws between 1943 and 1946. These units were powered by a Homelite model 24X1 six horsepower engine originally designed for use on water pumps and electric generators.

During 1946 the engine powering the GS saw was switched to the Homelite model 24X2 engine. This is the same engine that was used by Poulan on its first chain saw the model 2400.

By 1948 the Homelite 24X2 engine was re-rated to seven horsepower, and Lombard designated all previous and future GS models to be referred to as the model 6. They then started marketing the Model 7 (7hp) which had an automatic clutch and a chain oiler.

Lombard introduced its first one man saw, the (Model OMS) in 1949. This saw used a Homelite model 20X1 engine. This was the last model Lombard built using a Homelite engine. With the introduction of the "Woodlot Wizard" in 1951 they switched to using Power Products engines.

Note: I have not seen any of these earlier Lombards that had model numbers stamped on the nameplates.

They used GS (ser. # ___) for models 6 or 7 and OMS (ser #___) for the models 4 or 42; the number designations were used for sales ads and part references.

The model GS 6 HP was offered with 24 in. (61 cm), 36 in. (91 cm), or 48 in. (122 cm) bar and chain. The GS 7HP was offered with 24 in. (61 cm), 36 in. (91 cm), 48 in. (122 cm), 60 in. (152 cm) and 72 in. (182 cm) bar and chain. The OMS 4 was a one-man configuration that was offered with either 19 in. (48 cm), 26 in. (66 cm) or 34 in. (86 cm) tail bar and chain. The 34 in. bar had a slot at the tip for a snap-on type helper handle. The OMS 42 was a 2-man configuration and was offered with a 30 in. (76 cm) bar and chain with idler type tailstock.

These four models were offered with three different types of saw chain: 1. scratcher type. 2. Cox chipper type. 3. Warren high-speed type. Item 3 was a Lombard exclusive, I think this chain was made by Lombard in it's own factory. Warren chain was made of hardened steel blocks that are sharpened to an angle and silver-soldered in place.

Near the end of the 1950's Lombard created a sensation with its Fury models which proved to be the best competition saws in the world at the time; their dominance lasted into the early 1960's. These models used the Power Products AH-81 engine featuring 7.98 cu. in. (131 cc) displacement.

In the fall of 1962 Lombard Governor Corporation changed it's name to Lombard Industries Incorporated. This they said was to reflect the wider scope of the company, which now included the production of chain saws, plastic molding machines and contract machining services.

In the spring of 1964, the Lombard Chain Saw Division was acquired by American Lincoln Corporation. Chain saw operations were then moved from Ashland, Massachusetts to Toledo, Ohio. During 1965 American Lincoln Corporation introduced the model AL-42. It was a 4.2 cu. in.
(69 cc) knock off of the very successful Homelite XL-12. This was the first Lombard chain saw with their own engine and was to be the basis of a series of successful Lombard models.

By 1968 American Lincoln Corporation was one of 22 divisions of Scott & Fetzer Company of Lakewood Ohio. In1970 American Lincoln Corporation was split into three divisions. The new Lombard Power Equipment division was based in Cleveland Ohio. Lombard Chain saws were manufactured in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Campbell Hausfeld division of Scott & Fetzer then built a new factory to include chain saw production in Harrison Ohio, this plant opened in early 1973.

Campbell Hausfeld appears to have failed as the managing force behind Lombard. I say this because there seems to have been a complete break down in engineering and design of all future Lombard saws. From 1973 to the final Lombard (about 1983) designs remained the same (just a change of paint and model number) some going as far back as 1966. Also I have found little or no advertising of Lombard from 1973 to 1979, at which time it was sold to a group of private investors. What a waste, for up to the early 1970's Lombard had a very good product with world-wide sales. It pays to advertise.

In 1979 Lombard re-appears owned by American Power Equipment Company of Harrison Ohio, but by now Lombard has lost its edge and a large number of foreign manufacturers had entered the U.S. market. This combined with declining sales of chain saws in general forced Lombard to stop production by the mid 1980's. The last know reference for Lombard chain saws dates to 1984 and lists a company by the name of Spray Care Incorporated of Cincinnati, Ohio as a parts source.

eBay listings

https://www.ebay.com/b/lombard-chainsaw/bn_7024884226
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Garden | Answered on Sep 28, 2019


A description of what type of garden you are using may help you get an answer.

Garden | Answered on Sep 28, 2019


The JD LA130 was built in 2007 with a 21HP Briggs & Stratton 724cc 2-cyl gasoline and a 48" mid-mount mower deck

Garden | Answered on Sep 28, 2019


Deep socket and turn anti clockwise.

Garden | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


Check the Freon gas pressure. If you do not know the problem hire a repair man who knows those machines. Cheaper that way.

Garden | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


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Garden | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


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All our people live in the areas they serve, so they are locals serving locals. They know the lay of the land and what people living in their area actually like and want. When you get Fox to do the job, you know you're supporting your local economy and community, so whilst we are a growing company, you really are supporting a local business, just like any other city or country-based business. All our people go through thorough police checks and we are fully and comprehensively insured for the services they perform, so you never need to worry if they break something or hurt themselves that you might find yourself in a bad situation. We're covered and you're covered. We guarantee our service is of the highest quality and conforms to the standards of industry best practice. With Fox you know that you and your lawn and garden are in safe hands. Contact us today. You will be glad you did.

Garden | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


Fox mowing Brighton is made up of passionate lawn and garden maintenance professionals with decades of experience under their belts. When you engage our services you know that you're dealing with local operators. All our people live in the areas they serve, so they are locals serving locals. They know the lay of the land and what people living in their area actually like and want. When you get Fox to do the job, you know you're supporting your local economy too, so whilst we are a growing company, you really are supporting a local business, just like any other city or country-based business. All our people go through thorough police checks and we are fully and comprehensively insured for the services they perform, so you never need to worry if they break something or hurt themselves that you might find yourself in a bad situation. We're covered and you're covered.
We guarantee our service is of the highest quality and conforms to the standards of industry best practice.
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Garden | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


Garden Fertilizing Services Newcastle, Organic fertilizers contain naturally occurring materials and are derived from animal, vegetable and plant matter and include compost, manure, seaweed and blood & bone.
Organic fertilizers feed the soil and plants, adding much needed nutrients to the soil. Organic Fertilizers such as manure & compost also create a food source for earthworms and micro-organisms. Having earthworm activity in the soil will help to loosen the soil, create more oxygen flow to the plant roots and improve drainage. Worms also assist by creating a healthy, nutrient rich soil through the waste that they excrete which is called castings.
Compost can be used as an organic fertilizer to improve soil structure, loosen clay and help sandy soils retain water better. Kelp and liquid seaweed is effectively used as a growth enhancer for plants.
Organic Fertilizers are available in bags or in liquid form and can be used in a similar manner to chemical or synthetic fertilizers but as they are not as potent will often need to be used in a larger quantity to have the same effect.
A big benefit of organic fertilizers is that they work slowly - they have to be broken down by the soil organisms in order for the nutrients to be released into the soil. However if you need something that will work quickly and give immediate nutrients to the plants you should consider applying a liquid or synthetic fertilizer.

Garden | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


Garden Fertilizing Canberra - Just like us plants need food to stay healthy. Food for plants comes in the form of fertilizers.
Fertilizers are a range of chemical or mineral products that release nutrients necessary for plant growth. There are two main types of fertilizers - chemical (inorganic) or mineral (organic) fertilizers.
Chemical fertilizers are added to the soil as liquids or solids and are specifically designed and formulated for a specific purpose such as to increase plant fertility and promote growth. Mineral or organic fertilizers are natural and are derived from plants and animals such as manure and seaweed and can be used as general soil improvers.
Fertilizers are necessary as they add nutrients to the soil whereby combatting any deficiencies that there may be in the natural soil such as inadequate levels of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous which can affect the plants health and growth.
Every plant requires different nutrients at different stages throughout its growth cycle. There are a diverse range of fertilizers all with differing quantities of minerals that provide either instant or slow release times dependant upon what each plant requires. For best results when using fertilizers always read the label and apply only as directed.

Garden | Answered on Sep 26, 2019

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