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  1. Tim_10

    Tim_10 ArboristSite Member

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    On a Husky 55 Air Injection, can piston number 503 60 81 01 be replaced with 503 60 81 71?

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. Todd Loosli

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    Anyone have a answer
     
  3. viking59

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    Newest addition. Oh man, what a beast. Sending her off for porting. [​IMG]


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  4. shadco

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    Waiting it’s turn on the bench, well it’s on the bench here but there is something in mid project that is pretty cool you can see it lurking in the background.

    Should be fun.

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    Nope. the first piston is a 51cc 45mm the second is a 53cc 46mm. You can replace the whole top end but you need matching P/C. Measure your bore to see which size you need or just buy a 46mm complete kit.
     
  6. Walter Glover

    Walter Glover ArboristSite Guru

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    51543407_127982878248328_2984590134248210432_o.jpg Pretty stoked, purchased a good looking runner 181se. Will be a while for it to be in my hlh
    Also have a 480cd being gifted to me in complete but not running, hoping to rebuild that one.
    Any advice wrt other adaptable parts? P/c, cranks? Just to get some thoughts to fill these cold winter days
    TIA
    Walter
     
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    no 480, but if ya need 181/281/288, might have some.
     
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  8. Walter Glover

    Walter Glover ArboristSite Guru

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    Rocker, are the 181 a good saw for its era? Comparable to the Pioneer P51?
     
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    never had p51. good runnin 181 is hard not to like.
    had 4 & 6cu p's, so am guessin so. grunt vs.revs.
     
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    for the 480, I've restored a 280 (same saw different ignition) and posted photos earlier in this thread (pg.3). The bearings, seals piston rings etc are all common standard sized items that can be had pretty much anywhere. There is an O-ring on the oil pump housing that should be replaced. Really a basic, easy, saw to work on.
     
  11. Walter Glover

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    Thanks fellas, once I get it torn apart will update on condition!
     
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    Husqvarna 395XP; need parts:
    • Bar adjustment assembly
    • Chain guard/guide plate
    • Clutch Cover with brake
    • Clutch sprocket
    • Anti-vibration rubber pieces
    Thanks for any help available
     
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    I have lots of 480 parts
     
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    That’s Nice looking right there !!


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