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Is my stihl chainsaw an 066 or 064


The O66 and O64 are basically the same saw just with a different bar option. All of the parts are interchangeable. If you need parts the serial number is what you will refer to. Also taking your saw with you to the parts store is always recommended.

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How much compression should the saw have?


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We're can I purchase the muffler and everything that goes with it


Any chain saw store should be able to get what you need. Check what kind of saw you have, model number, etc. and then use the internet to find a way to order parts.

Sthil and Husqvarna are two different brands.

Husqvanrna saws are often refereed to as Huskys

Google Search "345 Husky muffler parts":
http://bit.ly/1igUxjF

Google Search "chainsaw parts / Stihl, Husqvarna":
http://bit.ly/1gSCye7

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Stihl MS250


check that you have put the fuel lines on the new carby correctly
if the machine was running ok and you make a change and a problem occurs , go back to what you did and not go off trying for a different fix

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Saw runs without muffler but will not start with muffler installed


muffler probably needs cleaned could be gummed up blocking exhaust flow

Jun 12, 2012 | Garden

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My weed eater sounds like its ready to die, looses power runs like it ca,nt get eithr gas or air


if it's an older unit start with pulling the muffler and cleaning exhaust port and spark arrestor. while muffler is off sta.rt the unit and check for improvement. if no improvement clean & adjust carb. if improved with no muffler, test again with muffler installed. if unit goes back to running poor replace muffler.

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My fuel lines dry rotted, what is the correct configuration for the lines


Fuel hose from the tank with the filter on the end goes to the fuel inlet on the carb ( nearest to the pump cover held eith a single screw ) then tak a pipe from the other cinection on the carb to the short conection on the back of the primer ( suction side ) then tak a pipe from the longer conection on the primer ( pressure side ) back to the tank, the primer pulls fuel from the carb and dumps it back to the tank.

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Keep burning up piston on exhaust side of 066 stihl on second jug and piston i know oil mix is right running three other stihl saws on mix


It sounds like you are running lean. Not a lean oil/gas mix but a lean Air/fuel ratio. This engine runs hot as a high performance engine. any air leaks such as crank seals, manifold gaskets or muffler gaskets can give you too much air for the fuel coming in.

Secondly from the fuel side:
Ethanol (curse it) combines with oils that have no nondispersants making a white chalky poweder in the fuel system causing less fuel to mix with air. any blockage or pin hole leak can cause less fuel to be brought into the engine thus less cooling and lubricating.

Your carburetor and fuel filter need to be serviced and adjusted correctly or they will affect the mix.

When done the engine should run no faster than 13,000 rpm top no load speed.
This engine should idle smoothly at 2,500 with no more than 150 rpm change

if the speed is not as listed above when the rebuild is done you need to go back into the machine.

Call up a shop like www.arcolawn.comto get a EDT8 tach. it is well worth the money.

good luck

Joe

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Starts fine runs good for 1-2 minutes then dies. starts up with several pulls or choke. then dies again. changed the sparkplug no differance. cleaned the airfilter same result. george from texas


Check the fuel filter and muffler for plugging. Check the fuel tank vent for plugging. Check the fuel lines for damage or decay. Check all of the carburetor fasteners for tightness including the mounting hardware for the carburetor to the cylinder. The carburetor does not appear to be pulling new fuel into itself after running on the initial prime. If the above hints don't help, you may have to service the carburetor. Check the gaskets and heat insulator block behind the carburetor for any obstruction/damage of the impulse passage which allows the carburetor to pump fuel. Hope this helps!

Jun 17, 2010 | Stihl Chain Saw Handle Models 064 066...

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Stihl chainsaw 066 died


mr siegs
remove the muffler and look inside the cumbstion camber and look at the piston.if you see marks (score) on the piston the piston and cylinder are bad and need to be replaced.this is caused from a lack of lubercation to the cylinder,possible water in fuel,spraying starter fluid into the saw,bad oil to fuel mixture,old fuel has no lubercating value.any more questions please feel free to contact me

Mar 12, 2009 | Garden

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