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stihl 020 avp carb flange

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by brian henderson, Feb 8, 2019.

  1. brian henderson

    brian henderson New Member

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    looking for carb flange part# 1114 120 2200
     
  2. oaky

    oaky ArboristSite Operative

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    i got a few, you just need the boot?
    pm me
     
  3. HarleyT

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    I think he has the real old one.....
    It is a metal booger...
     
  4. HarleyT

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    There are two different model series, he has the old one, and the oldest version...
     
  5. oaky

    oaky ArboristSite Operative

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    oh i got the 1114 120 2201 assemblies i think, ill check for the numbers on the flanges.

    whats the difference harleyt
     
  6. HarleyT

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    I don't know.
    I might have a junk one laying around too.
     
  7. HarleyT

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    According to the ipls, the flanges are on the pages showing the different ignitions.
     
  8. oaky

    oaky ArboristSite Operative

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    nope theyre all 1114 141 2200 on the boot, and 1114 121 1600 on the flange.
    the book in front me lists them as 1114 120 2201 on the flange
    the boots 1114 141 2200
     
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    The actual number found on the actual part, is rarely the part number listed in the ipl.
     
  10. DanoHog

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    new to posting on the boards usually jsut read on here but can find much info at all on the 020avp's. I just got this one for basically nothign and wondering what value might be on it. All original, seems ot be in origival carry case, and has original cardboard type scabbard. Any idea on value would be awesome! 020avp4.JPG
    020avp3.JPG 020avp5.JPG
     
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    I sent him one from an 020avseq and it was wrong
    he does have the older one
     
  12. TRTermite

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    Very nice find. First time for me to see the cardboard sleeve... Yours has a riveted 020 AV""P" tag vs. the Raised Letter and most of the time this will show to be a 40 mm piston and the older raised letter were 38 mm serial number will help verify unless someone swapped things around in the last 40 +/- years of its' life as far as price I have no real clue but I would not be surprised that your case and sleeve are worth more than the saw. I have 6 of the 020av saws and they are fun workhorses.
     
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    TRTermite ArboristSite Operative

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    I assumed the riveted tag was older, did someone swap a tank? Someday I will look at my 2 older ones (for my education).
     
  14. DanoHog

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    the guy i got it from found it as is in his grandfathers attic, so i would think its all matching all original, and from breaking it down and trying to get it back together they are a hell of a piece of engineering and design by someone is all i can say
     
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    TRTermite ArboristSite Operative

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    My bad.... I neglected to note the OP wanted the old style boot and the 020 avp with cardboard bar sleeve is a different poster and the AVP is a later model saw I still like the sleeve though
     
  16. oaky

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    yep those supers with chain brake are nice. ive had trouble finding one around here.
    regular 020s dont go for a lot maybe 120$street valve but you can find fixer uppers 20-40bucks. supers you can add abit because of that chainbrake.
    but it all depends on whos buying and what time of year your selling i guess.

    i sold an older flange to the OP never heard back from him. i got a couple more if anyone needs one.
    also more 020 parts than i need.
     
  17. TRTermite

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    I will keep you in mind Unfortunate to not get an update or something. When I figure out how to post a pic i will show you a 020 AVP that has a wierd tank to fuel line connection that I haven't seen before it may not be oem stuff
     
  18. oaky

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    sound like your talking bout the carb flange
    has the little fuel fitting that pops into the tank.
     

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