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Offline Sawnami

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Re: Homelite XL2
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2013, 07:25:58 am »
The little XL series don't seem that difficult to get apart to me. I'd rather take one of those apart than my Super 2100. The recoil cover, 4 case screws, and the bar nut and the engine drops out. My biggest challenge is remembering the throttle link going back together. I learned that you always dig out the air filter before trying to start one that's been sitting for a long time. The first time that it fires up, it'll suck a deteriorated filter through the carb and into the engine in a heart beat.  :-\
Super 2100, 750, XP1020, C-91, XL-98, XL-850, XL-700, Zip, 450, SXLAO Limited Edition, Super XL-12, XL-12, 150, Super EZ Automatic, EZ Automatic, XL2, XL
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