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Starter parts on a Homelite Chainsaw model no. F-2430

I'm not sure I have all the parts to the 'pull starter' to a Homelite Chainsaw model no. F-2430. It is a old one, I know... which is why I'm haveing such a tuff time getting any kind of information. HELP!!!

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Sir,the model number is the type number.themodel number should be a longer number if you can give me the rest of the numbers off the saw i'll will be very glad to help you.....

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