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  1. Hi all, I have an old Stihl 064 Chainsaw that is in need of some parts. I thought parts for these were fairly easy to get hold of until I recently searched the internet. The saw is a great workhorse, that was, until somebody drove over it in the truck. But it has survived remarkably well. Also, what happened to ‘Mister Solutions’ ?? Any help appreciated to get the old girl going again. Thanks.
  2. Hi folks Looking for a husqvarna T540XP crankcase Thanks Joe
  3. Good evening all, I have lurked on this forum for a while, drinking in the collective knowledge. As a family we have run a few 038s for years. The "heirloom" was bought second hand in the (very) early 80s and stihl runs like a dream. it has felled/cut a lot of timber over the years. I picked up a good metal handled 038super around 10 years ago for beer money and it gets used for firewood duties. We would only put around 20 fills through it a year. I took a notion that I would rebuild a saw this winter and have sourced a 1991 038 that suffered a failure of the roller bearing on the crankshaft and chewed up the piston and cylinder. I have already sourced a used OEM crankshaft and have picked up on pointers from other threads about where to source original Stihl spare parts. On the subject on non-OEM pistons and cylinders, can anyone point me to a source of satisfactory parts? I am finding it hard to ID the manufacturer of some of the kits available and until I am given advice to the contrary, would prefer a nikasil coated cylinder to a chromed one. The Tecomec website doesn't guide me to any wholesalers in the UK or Ireland... PMs/pointers to a particular brand/seller would be welcomed.
  4. hi I have clumsily broke the lug off the air filter housing unit on my ms170 so now I can't lock the lid on! any suggestions where I can get a new one as all I cant find one anywhere except eBay which is imported so mega bucks p and p. any help will be greatly appreciated
  5. Hi all I am having bother trying to find a fuel tank grommet for my 254 the only ones on flea bay are in the states and postage makes it quite expensive for such a small part! Where should I get one from in the UK and how much should it be? Cheers
  6. Can anyone recommend places to source spare parts for defenders. I'm in the north east (co durham) and i've got a 1996 130 tipper. I'm looking for various parts, notibly body panels, door skins etc. cheers ...i've posted this in the land rover appreciation forum too. Just thought I might get more response through general chat.
  7. Hi I am a Lowly arboriculture student seeking parts! Looking for the pull start assembly and top handle? Thanks Joe
  8. Hi Guys, picked up an 05 sc252 last week, could do with a set of dual wheels for it, :thumbup:if anyone has a pair knocking around, or manuals/any other bits sitting on the shelf let me know thanks guys ….
  9. So... I ran over my "relatively" new Stihl 362C a little while ago. Managed to avoid any serious damage as it went under the car rather than the wheel and the fore-grip acted as a nice sturdy rollcage. It has however buckled this handle and I need to replace it. -Could someone point me in the direction of a good parts supplier I could get a replacement from? -Are they interchangeable with older models? -How much of a ball ache is it to swap out? Cheers.
  10. I bought it a while ago on eBay but have no idea what make it is. Its running ok at the moment but will be able to get parts for it? It says 20:1 mixture but can I use a higher ratio if I use fully synthetic 2 stroke oil? So many questions, sorry.
  11. I have 6 NOS Husky flywheels marked 5062186-01 & 5062186-02. Does anyone know what machine they are for please?
  12. Just thought I would share this and say a big thanks to the lads at Greenmech. Yesterday I called Gmech to Enquired about a replacement reset button for a 2001 EC150 chipper. I was advised that a new box was £170 plus the dreaded etc. I advised that I only needed the button not a complete box. I was advised this is a discontinued part but perhaps there was something they could do...Peter advised he would put me through to someone in the workshops (I believe it was) and I spoke with a very helpful guy who said he would see if there were any old switches laid about. I had a call from Gmech about an hr or so later and Peter asked my address for the switch to be sent to...."how much?" I asked, "no problem, we will send it out"..."eh, no charge"..."no!" So a switch sent at Gmechs expense to me within 24hrs! BEAT THAT TIMBERWOLF, JENSEN, SCHLIESING ET AL!!! Ps I did some research after the fact via eBay and you can still find the switches under telemecanique.
  13. Stihl Chain Parts, i.e. loose cutters, drive links and presets. Does anyone know how to find the information ? The Stihl online reference does not list chain parts, so I presume it's reserved for dealers, but the ones I have asked will not help, "Ohh I dont think they do that". I am making some custom chain for a sculpting tool and had to very carfully dis-assemble a length of chain for the parts......It took far too long to do it carfully enough, grinding tiny rivet heads etc. Please any help appreciated

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