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Can't figure out how throttle linkage goes back in on stihl 260

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The answer to your question is here:
Beg for manuals thread
http://www.arboristsite.com/showthread.php?t=72322
At the top right is a tab [Search this Thread▼]
I entered Stihl 260 and got several hits for IPLs & 1 or 2 for shop manuals.
If needed it is free to join, they love all Stihl (maybe not 290), and enjoy lending a hand and occasionally a few parts to help another enthusiast. HTH
Lou

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