It seems that YES a 56mm aftermarket cylinder is available for the Stihl 064. Looking at the kit you need to just replace Cylinder, Piston and rings, bearing bush and clips. Worth also replacing the base gasket too.
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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.
NO because of marketing-technical little differences in it beware of the ordernumbers they are different, it is looking the same indeed but there are differences , also beware of to use (some) second hand parts or (some) equivalent parts it benefits the quality of the Stihl machines in a short time . even a gasket is not the same its look like but in the corners you see the nasty little differences order by your dealer in your Country. regard from the Netherlands
Strip and clean the saw wash oil tank with some petrol LET it dry if you have run the saw with no oil or no oil pumping the pump can overheat that can be the end of it a work shop strip refit and next time watch the oil if it stops so do you clean saw often hope this helps
What's a red eye? If the first four numbers from the old flywheel match up with the ones on the replacement, they should swap. I'd suggest just getting the correct one instead of trying to jerry-rig a chainsaw. eBay is a great resource for used parts and they're usually fairly cheap.
No, it's not possible. You can look for an aftermarket big bore kit for the 039, and as long as you warm the saw up and cool it down correctly, assemble it correctly, and break it in correctly, you shouldn't have any problems with it.