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Old 13-01-08   #1 (permalink)
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Husqvarna, manuals and parts diagrams.

It may have been posted before but Husqvarna owners can find user manuals and parts diagrams on the main Husqvarna website. The link is below, ideal for the winter evening rebuilds.

http://www.husqvarna.co.uk/node980.aspx

Just enter the model , tick the box and search. Results are in pdf format.
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here is a link to some workshop manuals
http://www.gardening-tools-direct.co...op_manuals.htm
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Don't suppose anyone knows where I could get a manual for a Husqvarna 181 ??
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Don't suppose anyone knows where I could get a manual for a Husqvarna 181 ??
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i think i have a parts list
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Thanks Bob a parts list would be a great start - I need a new front av mount...if they're still available anywhere?
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There are five editions of the parts diagrams listed at the above link you just gotta look.
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There are five editions of the parts diagrams listed at the above link you just gotta look.
okay I looked again found the parts diagram ...just drew a blank under manuals...

Thanks for the links Cheers!
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Husqvarna 181 Clutch Cover

Hello,
My englisch is'nt great. Sorry for that.
I have a 181SE but the Clutchcover is broken in half.
I have seen some 181's with plastic brake's mine doesn't have a plastic bud a aluminium one.
Is there an other type of husqvarna clutch cover becease they are'nt availeble any more in Holland.
Please help me
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