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Offline gmax

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Re: Homelite XL2
« Reply #30 on: November 02, 2013, 05:28:04 am »
These little saws are simple to work on.. try working on a top handle stihl 019T   :o, I was given a low comp super 2 about 3 years ago.
I finally decided to repair it a few months ago, just needed a new ring, a small chunk of the chrome cylinder lining was missing but it was below the exhaust port, I didn't worry about it.




It's a good little runner, previously I was using the stihl 019T for the small stuff but now I prefer the Homelite it's lighter and more nimble.
I was surprised to see such a large carb on the little Homelite    ;D

 

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