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Stihl 064AV fuel elbow connector

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Stihlskin, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. Stihlskin

    Stihlskin ArboristSite Member

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    part 1122 353 2600 Stihl 064 fuel elbow

    Gday All, The fuel elbow connector seems to have a thicker inlet on one side. Does the thicker side go into the fuel pickup hose, or does the thinner? thanks Stihlskin
     
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    Interesting that on the 066 and the 660 that I have, the part number is the same as what you posted and both sides of the fuel elbow are identical length and thickness. Not sure how that could be.
     
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    Stihlskin ArboristSite Member

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    Non genuine ...FArma,,,, I had a closer look, might be an illusion but ill get the calipers out and take a check, if I can find them. Ill get a photo
     
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    Not much in it but definately a fat side and thin side.
     

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    Wood Doctor Edwin

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    On my 066, mine measures .0168" on both sides, thicker on the ripples and nipples, and each arm has an identical length. The arms on mine are the same as on your first image, 0532, the arm shown that points to the left. If it were my choice, I would push the slightly fatter arm down for the tank line and use the other arm for the short, visible fuel line that connects to the carb. Hope this helps.
     
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    Thanks Ill take your advice.
     

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