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    STIHL has launched a range of service kits for petrol handheld tools that enable professional and domestic owners to carry out simple routine engine maintenance themselves, increasing their tools reliability and longevity.


    Developed by STIHL to make routine maintenance quicker and easier, the new service kits allow owners to maintain the optimum performance and reliability they expect from STIHL products. 


    STIHL's service kits contain everything needed to carry out routine servicing on a STIHL petrol hand held power tool engine. The service kits include an air filter, spark plug and fuel filter, and additional items depending on the specific machine. The kits also come with a QR code and short URL so users can quickly access how-to videos to give them step-by-step instructions for replacing the air filter, spark plug and fuel filter. 


    23 variants of service kit are available, covering the most popular STIHL petrol chainsaws, brushcutters, blowers, pole pruners, hedge trimmers, cut off saws and earth augers. In addition to professional and domestic users, the new service kits can also be used in-store by STIHL approved dealers, making the process of ordering and carrying out a service quicker and more cost-effective.  


    For more information on STIHL's new service kits, please visit www.stihl.co.uk

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    I guess the dealers will sell them to home owners who haven't got parts lists and the inclination to find out what they need but can't see many professional customers purchasing them!

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    Randomly saw some of these possibly on eBay the other day? Or was that just a collection of parts the dealer had put together themselves. 



    Service Kit With Genuine Stihl Filters Suitable or 2-Stroke Chainsaws. *Not Suitable for 2-MIX Chainsaws* Kit Includes: Air Filter - 1130 124 0800 Fuel Filter - 0000 350 3506 Spark Plug...

    wonder how many people will actually change the fuel pickup filter? Wipe the plug blow out the air filter and crack on......... 🤷‍♂️

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