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Looking for a muffler for an 028 Stihl. This is a two piece muffler, the inner piece is still on the saw, so I can get by with just the outer section of the muffler if that's all you have. Doe anyone know what all mufflers will work on the 028? Thanks.
 
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Looking for a muffler for an 028 Stihl. This is a two piece muffler, the inner piece is still on the saw, so I can get by with just the outer section of the muffler if that's all you have. Doe anyone know what all mufflers will work on the 028? Thanks.
I don't remember if the front covers interchange but I was thinking the oldest 028's took 1 more screw that went on the inside part so there is 2 different muffler styles. I might have 1, will try to remember to look.
 
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I don't remember if the front covers interchange but I was thinking the oldest 028's took 1 more screw that went on the inside part so there is 2 different muffler styles. I might have 1, will try to remember to look.
Ok, thanks, Brushwacker. As far as I can see there are two screw holes in the outboard bottom of the inner section of the muffler. I'll look again, check the DoM, and take a pic of it.
Nice work Poge. :yes:
 
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Covers will interchange among the two inlet casings (as they call them). The difference is the bottom one (#19) in the illustration has threads for the cover and the other one (17) just has holes to fasten the cover directly to the case.. (A different version of the case.)
 
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Covers will interchange among the two inlet casings (as they call them). The difference is the bottom one (#19) in the illustration has threads for the cover and the other one (17) just has holes to fasten the cover directly to the case.. (A different version of the case.)
Without looking at the saw again, I'm almost positive that the holes on this one have threads.
 
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2 different 028 mufflers here. 1 has 2 outer pieces, the other 1. I think the 3 piece 1 has the threads. Mine has rust that would best be cleaned off then repainted. The cover on the 2 piece has the ear broke off where a screw goes through. I reckon it can be improvised and used.
 

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2 different 028 mufflers here. 1 has 2 outer pieces, the other 1. I think the 3 piece 1 has the threads. Mine has rust that would best be cleaned off then repainted. The cover on the 2 piece has the ear broke off where a screw goes through. I reckon it can be improvised and used.
I pulled the saw back out. The threads that hold the outer shell on are in the actual saw case, not the sheet metal muffler housing.
 
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Looking for a replacement chain bar socket side cover for Stihl 084 if anyone has one they are willing to part with, or knows of a source to obtain one please?



This one the saw came with is badly cracked and been bodged up for a repair with pop rivets & a small sheet of tin plate behind etc. Not sure how safe it would be in the event of a broken chain. Happy to pay for part and postage to downunder. Can also do Paypal.

Many thanks in advance.
 
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I have a never used 20" Oregon pro lite bar for a large husqvarna, I believe that's a D009. It's 3/8 .50ga. I'd like to trade for a decent 20" with the medium (346/55,etc) husqvarna mount, I'm not sure what bar mount that is. I'd prefer 3/8 .50 if that's an option.


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I have a never used 20" Oregon pro lite bar for a large husqvarna, I believe that's a D009. It's 3/8 .50ga. I'd like to trade for a decent 20" with the medium (346/55,etc) husqvarna mount, I'm not sure what bar mount that is. I'd prefer 3/8 .50 if that's an option.


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I have 2, .058 .325 bars new in that mount. If 1 of them might trip your trigger, let me know. I wouldn't mind trading both off for something I could use as far as that goes. I use primarily Stihls, several models.
 
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Guys I am looking for a PTO side crankcase half for a ms660.... if you guys know someone who may have one please let me know!!!!!
 
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husky 262 tank piece

I need the piece on the early 262 tanks that screws into side/bottom. PN 503 50 17-02
I know this may be difficult to find, maybe someone here can help me out. Have a super clean 262 i'm fixing.
Lots to trade.
Those are hard to come by. I have been promised one of those on several occassions and have yet to see one hit my door. It is easier to just replace the tank with one that does not have that compartment.
Took a while but.... IMG_20170327_172044.jpg
 
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