It’s one of the Wiz series. Since the handle looks like it was replaced (along with the ID tag) would have to measure bore to figure out which one.
Any pics? Most likely someone added those numbers. 7-19 is a direct drive.
They use commonly found seals. There are a few Homelite saws that do use proprietary seals, like the 450-750 series
Pics would help. They did originally came with .404, but in later years, and aftermarket made 3/8 drums.
A cover can be found.
Also count drive sprocket teeth. Should be a 8 tooth for 404.
A Homelite GW 2528 bar takes 82 drive links of 404 pitch .063 gauge chain or 67 drive links of 1/2 pitch .063 gauge chain.
And he sure does because that’s where I got mine from.
No. Took me a while just to get what I have. A couple I bought from others on this site.
I don’t have any pistons for sale, but I do own several 2100’s, of the different variations.
Made in 1964.
Rebored or replated???
Make sure saw is fully warmed up before making any adjustments. As the others has said, it’s probably flooded
Shipping from Sweden would be expensive.
And I bet that 20MCS is one of the ones you kept.
SP= sprocket nose (replaceable), 28=28 inch bar, 38= 3/8 pitch, 1= .050 gauge F= revision, 5 =mount. ( Same as Oregon D196) Fits 450-750. SXL925 ect.
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