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I have a Husqvarna model "650" chain saw which needs a new cylinder ring. It will not continue to run due to minimum compression requirements. The Husqvarna dealer says it is obsolete and cannot get the ring (one only), is there a place where I may buy rings by specification such as cylinder bore, ring depth and thickness?

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Hello Ron. Here is a link to several sites which claim to have this cylinder ring. Contact them. http://www.google.com/search?q=husqvarna+650+cylinder+ring&hl=en&sourceid=gd&rlz=1D1DLUS_enUS358US358

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