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Title: 011 piston
Post by: dannyupsolate on December 04, 2015, 08:49:57 pm
my service manual has no part number for 38mm piston for 2 bolt jug. will a piston out of 38 mm 4 bolt jug work.
Title: Re: 011 piston
Post by: Cut4fun . on December 05, 2015, 10:40:37 am
Good question and I dont know.

Looking at the stihl 010 011 IPL 

4 bolt

1120 030 2009 says 36mm  guessing 10

1120 020 2008   "  38mm  shows 2 rings

2 bolt shows 1 ring 36mm and 38mm  no part numbers for either shown on IPL

Piston pin part numbers the same on the 2 38mm shown in IPL

Measure the pistons and see. Pin to crown, total length and pin to bottom of skirts and let us know.
Title: Re: 011 piston
Post by: andrew.hoff.146 on December 15, 2015, 01:03:41 am
I have a brand new old stock Stihl OEM piston and cylinder for an 011ave. 2 bolt jug. If you are interested?


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Title: Re: 011 piston
Post by: andrew.hoff.146 on December 15, 2015, 01:04:32 am
1120 020 1201 I believe...


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Title: Re: 011 piston
Post by: dannyupsolate on December 15, 2015, 10:18:08 am
thanks Andrew I bought a parts saw and got customer going. pm me a price if customer leaves parts here I might need it. My piston is 38 mm. @cut4fun I have not had a 4 bolt piston open to measure and now that I discovered how easy it is to drop big end bearings I am hesitant to open a good cylinder. Starting to think two bolt and four bolt engines are totally different engines. May learn more if I read that workshop manual one more time. Really lost on time fooling with 011.