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I’m not finding much on these older models. I picked up a bunch of nos and used parts along with old Husky stuff today
mainly 300/360, 488, 577, 680, 750
lots of plastic, cylinders, pistons cases tanks, large boxes of small misc parts.
They don’t have pt#s on anything which will make ID interesting on stuff that isn’t otherwise labeled.

any help with sources will be appreciated, thanks
 
I had a 488 Shindaiwa, cuttin saw for its size. Big market for parts on feebay
 
Wish I could help ya out on that, but really have no clue. Back when I was parting saws on feebay I would sometimes look at various models and compare my parts to theirs. 90% of the time I was right, once in awhile get a return. Good luck
 
Wish I could help ya out on that, but really have no clue. Back when I was parting saws on feebay I would sometimes look at various models and compare my parts to theirs. 90% of the time I was right, once in awhile get a return. Good luck
I got all this stuff to have a project…retired so get bored. Guy had a saw shop for decades…retired 15yrs ago but kept a big pile of parts. Now he just wanted it gone. All the 2100 stuff will find good homes, I’m sure. A box of mainly 61 stuff including a nice cyl And case will find a home. I have a 61 so don’t need all those pts. I need 266xp stuff to eventually build one.

kinda fun going through it all 🤪
 
So, one mystery solved. The 750 was part of a prototype program to compete with Stihl’s 044 and the Husky 26x platforms. the results became the production 757 saw. 73cc and similar weight category.
I now have the remnants of that program carried out by 12 US dealers In 1991. Pretty cool…the folks at Shindaiwa US had never even heard of the thing but now they are wanting more info and pics, lol
stay tuned…
 
I’m not finding much on these older models. I picked up a bunch of nos and used parts along with old Husky stuff today
mainly 300/360, 488, 577, 680, 750
lots of plastic, cylinders, pistons cases tanks, large boxes of small misc parts.
They don’t have pt#s on anything which will make ID interesting on stuff that isn’t otherwise labeled.

any help with sources will be appreciated, thanks
I’m looking for a fuel tank/ rear handle assembly for a Shindaiwa 575 or 695. The 575 and 695 were magnesium and had the same part number. The metal tanks were prone to cracking or braking at the top air filter support. Thanks!
 
I’m looking for a fuel tank/ rear handle assembly for a Shindaiwa 575 or 695. The 575 and 695 were magnesium and had the same part number. The metal tanks were prone to cracking or braking at the top air filter support. Thanks!
The only 575 specific stuff I have is the crankcase. (Orange one in center) There may well be misc parts in the 3 parts boxes, however, just need pt#s to check.
I do have a nos mag tank but no idea what it goes to...no numbers on it.
The 577 tank seems to fit the 575 as do the top covers. Tank is plastic

the 22157 is a model 488 designation.
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Do you happen to have one of those ugly heavy duty air filter setups for a 488? Part # 99909-488p. I’d be interested if you do.
nope. don't have that kit...have a pile of filters for the 680/550 though :p they don't fit the other saws as far as I can see.
 

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