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What Stihl Saw Do I have?

shogdog

shogdog

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New to site, Park Ranger & lover of the CCC and old power saws. Black Hills, SD.

Purchased this old saw at a yard sale. Any ideas what model it might be and what year it was manufactured?

S/N 113369855

Stihl 9 1111 021 0810

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Thanks!
 

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TLG

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+1 On Woodslasher. Before you go out and buy a bar and chain better make sure it has an oil pump. I see the oil boost pump is gone and plugged off. Good find on that old girl. Heavy but a big engine for sure!!
 
shogdog

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Oil pump seems to work. When I got the engine un-seized, I cleaned the carb and started pulling. Engine was turning over and bar oil was coming out the bar port (terminology?). Have not got it started yet though..
 
shogdog

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shogdog

shogdog

Park Ranger & lover of the CCC and old power saws,
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Black Hills. SD
+1 On Woodslasher. Before you go out and buy a bar and chain better make sure it has an oil pump. I see the oil boost pump is gone and plugged off. Good find on that old girl. Heavy but a big engine for sure!!
+1 On Woodslasher. Before you go out and buy a bar and chain better make sure it has an oil pump. I see the oil boost pump is gone and plugged off. Good find on that old girl. Heavy but a big engine for sure!!
Thanks Woodslasher. I need to do some more investigating to understand where the oil boost pump and oil plug is located... Throttle trigger is broken off so need to disassemble handle and look at a replacement for that as well. Up to my elbows in penetrating oil, carb cleaner and armor-all at the moment...
 
shogdog

shogdog

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Hi All, Looks like mine is a 076AV offered as a TS, built 1980-1989 by the 1111 in the serial number? Also sounds like older models had "oilhole", but mine does not have an oil pump and the oilhole is plugged??
Thx.
Shogdog

Ref:
S/N 113369855
Stihl 9 1111 021 0810

Type: 1111Model 050-AVPredecessor of the 051 AV. Was also offered as a TS89-5.811.015.09.1968-15.12.1971
051 AV051 AVERQLZ, from 73 with electr., From 78 with Q and separation, from 82 Q without separation. Use also in the Bundeswehr. Also as TS 51089-5.810.7January 15, 1972 - June 15, 1989
051 AVManufacturing in Brazil89.2-5.89.7May 15, 1973
075 AVThe 075 was also offered as a TS. From 78 Q with separation111-7.011.715.05.1974-08.1.1979
076 AVThe 076 was also offered as a TS. Q o. Separation only BR production111-7.211.0May 15, 1980 - June 15, 1989
076 AVManufacturing in Brazil111-7.210.7May 15, 1980
 

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