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    Does anybody know where I can get the orange silicone diaphragm that's in the fuel cap? It's not listed in the IPL, and it's the only thing wrong with this cap (is got a split in it). I'd rather not put an AM cap on it if I can help it, but as of now, it leaks just barely when on it's side.

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    If you can get a measurement of the diameter of it I have a few random Stihl flappers floating around, maybe one of them would fit.
     
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    Thanks @Woodslasher ! I'll get some measurements tonight when I get home.
     
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    It looks like it's right at 5/8" (actually .615) in diameter, and has this kind of tail on it. The above measurement is what I got on the silicone, not the white plastic (the white plastic is .639 where it presses into the black cap, middle step). I accidentally finished it off trying to get it out.

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    Perfect, I just brought all my saw boxes back home, so I'll see if I've got a match here shortly.
     
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    That would work! Let me know where to send payment etc.
    You're the man @Woodslasher !
     
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    Not sure if this helps or not..? I think I have one somewhere, because I brought 2 when I was replacing mine. Just incase I fugged one up installing it and thus saving on time and postage

    I could be wrong, but isn’t that thing in some fuel tanks.. but it maybe a different size & somtimes stihl change part #
    Part 22 in the ipl of the 026
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    No charge, I stripped it off of a busted 066 tank and I’m never gonna use it. Just pm me an address and I’ll get it sent your way.
     
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    That flapper hit the mail today so it's all up to the folks at USPS now.
     
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    That's awesome, thank you!
     
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    @Woodslasher , the valve showed up yesterday, Thank You! She's back up and running!
     
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    Dad has an 041 farm boss. LOUD and HEAVY but, can sit for long periods of time and a couple rips on the cord and she's running. Good old saw and a fun saw to run every once in a while (feels nostalgic) plus the lack of a chain brake makes you really feel like a man haha. A nice saw to hand to your buddy when his saw stops running... I've got an 031av on the bench right now. Tinkered with it a bit yesterday. Rip cord was broken, fixed that and now on to a no spark issue.
     
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