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Husqvarna 335 & 338 rebuilds

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Rebuilding a couple of my old Husqvarna top handle saws, got bearings n pistons but will need new drive sprockets an not paying US prices on postage, anyone know of the comparable parts? K

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6 hours ago, Khriss said:

anyone know of the comparable parts? K

In short, no. Sorry.

 

I have a 338 in the shed somewhere.  Nothing on earth would possess me to rebuild it. :- )

 

 

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Yup, not that great a saw. If you can't get aftermarket parts off ebay, they are probably not in existence.

Why not just fit the OEM parts, L&S now do Husqvarna parts.......:thumbup:

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1 hour ago, Bolt said:

In short, no. Sorry.

 

I have a 338 in the shed somewhere.  Nothing on earth would possess me to rebuild it. :- )

 

 

.... Let me know if you want shut of it-there will be a beer or two in it fr you. K

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37 minutes ago, spudulike said:

Yup, not that great a saw. If you can't get aftermarket parts off ebay, they are probably not in existence.

Why not just fit the OEM parts, L&S now do Husqvarna parts.......:thumbup:

Actually rather like them. When they run well they are a good saw. Both mine have flipped the crank bearing seals so I imagine this gave a few people grief- sucking air thru bearing not the carb . So who are L&S ? K

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..... Been a long cycle ride back to blighty

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I had an EPA version of the 338 for California . It was 45 + cc to try and get some power back after fitting all the emission stuff . Could not cut its way out of a soggy paper bag .

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Sorry - L&S Engineering, do mail order spares for Stihl, Husqvarna, Makita and much more! Decent outfit IMO.

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