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I want to replace the head and piston on my Husqvanna 575 XP chain saw : 6 years old : with a new Husqvarna head and piston from a HUsqvarna 576 XP kit will it fit.

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Here is web site

http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=husqvarna&mn=576+XP+EPA+%282009-01%29&dn=90_07_0045

576 xp 2009 parts should fit on 575 xp to s/n up to 081700001

but do x ref on parts 1st before purchase

these were on the 2009 576 - service update #1 in that list

check stroke and piston sizes carefully


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