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Brand new Husqvarna 2100 cylinders

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  1. Huskybill

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    i found this on eBay. Brand new old dealer stock made in Italy Husqvarna 2100/100 cc cylinders. I ordered one and ordered two more after seeing the quality of the first one when it arrived. Everyone deserves a deal. New crankbearings, crankseals, piston and cylinder, gaskets, rebuilt carb you have a good running 100 cc saw. Looks like older dealers are selling there old new stock lucky for us.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Husqvarna-...d-1100-Std-bore-56mm-298-Engine-/143379728936
     
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    I hope someone buys one who needs it, it’s a rare find.
     
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    So you have one in hand, and it’s OEM? Edit: not OEM,how’s the quality?
     
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    No it’s made in Italy.
     
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    You have my attention, I’m going out to the garage and checking my stash of 2100 parts, damn you CAD!
     
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    Those Italian jugs are very good quality.
    As are most Italian jugs ...


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    I see what you did there!:)
     
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    I bought three without checking. I’m sure I have one bad cylinder to replace. But I have two 285’s that could become 2100’s. I have a new 385 Xp already.
     
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    Depends how big the jugs are, cc?
     
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    Picked up a 2101 "with a chain brake that works" and in nice physical condition and pretty decent compression but wouldn't mind replacing the piston to give it a new start in life, couple of small scores on it but the cylinder should be in good shape, my question is what is a good aftermarket piston? Have an assortment of Cabers that size so rings are no problem.
     
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    This one is a runner[​IMG]

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    I purchased one jug to inspect it, then two more for stock. How many can I stash away?

    I have three oem husky piston kits, cylinder and piston, a 570, a 372xp, a 285 Xperia’s in my stash. I found these for sale and picked them up.

    I think that Husqvarna is coming out with a new saw something between a 372xp and a 395xp.
    There’s a nitch for a light weight powerful saw. I can’t justifly a new 3120 right now.
     
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    There’s lots of offerings in AM cast 2100 pistons. In the $17 to $35 range. I asked what letter these new cylinders are they said they are A bores. I notice some pistons say A-B on top.

    I’m thinking add a new c/p plus seals and crank bearings and it should outlast my life time.
     
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    Harley? You sleeping , or not been to post #10?
     
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    Huskybill, could you take and post some pictures of the inside/ports? Curious to finish/plating.

    That ebay seller has a lot of stuff besides 2100 cyls.

    The cylinders are a brand I never heard of? wonder if another Italian company made them? I know before they went chi-com, tecomec made stuff for many others, Ducati bike for one
     
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    He told me there made by BRuno in Italy.
     
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    372xp with a little work done on it ain't no slouch, between that and my 390xp pretty well got her covered ( two I built that I actually kept for myself)
    nice saw.JPG
     
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    Pics of insides?
     
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    HarleyT?
     

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