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Offline bloodontheice

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Re: Stihl 024
« on: August 18, 2011, 01:20:11 pm »
The 024 had shorter stroke that the 026. Found that out of the hard way when I put a 026 top end
on a 024 bottom end on accident.

In good shape around the 200$ mark. Crank, air filter, P&C, air filter cover were the primary differences.

It came out in the mid 80's and was sold on for a few years until the 026 came and replaced it.
I know the 026 was out prior to 1991, only reason I know this is there was  massive ice storm
in March 1991, and dealers sold truck loads of 026's that I still service.
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