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Got an 066 with new piston. Previous owner replaced piston. Not sure if it is oem or aftermarket.about a half dozen tanks on piston. 3/4 wrap handle with scrench holder. Dual large spikes. Not a beauty queen but a great runner. Pulls 28" 404 full comp no problem. Powerhead only. Choice of 3/8 or 404 sprocket. Asking 600 plus shipping. Open to trades as well.


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pics of the cylinder?
looks like a redlight tank handle with upgraded HD style air filter and cover and a modified top cover to accept a replacement cylinder with a decompression valve
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pics of the cylinder?
looks like a redlight tank handle with upgraded HD style air filter and cover and a modified top cover to accept a replacement cylinder with a decompression valve
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Dave
I was thinking red light too Dave
 

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You want to see what kind of cylinder it has, I am 99.9994879% sure it isn't original as the red lights had a no decomp cylinder, but if the jug says Stihl or Mahle or has a strange K and S printed over each other then it is an OEM jug which is better for value than an aftermarket jug.
The wrap handle is a plus for value and the clear tank is nice as well, pro style big spikes.

get a nice clear picture of the muffler if it has dual or triple ports that is more $ as well
and a shot of the bottom of the saw usually is a great indicator of overall amount of usage and care taken of the saw by prior owners
when selling bigger saws the more pics the better :)
good luck with the sale, I need another saw like I need herpes but that doesnt mean I wont be looking :)
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I'll clean saw up tomorrow and get more pics. Cylinder has scuffs from honing I think. Piston looks ok. I can see machine marks on it still. I'll get clear pics of cylinder.
 
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Not that the point of this thread is to analyze the subject, but my money says aftermarket tank housing to match what I believe is an aftermarket fan housing. That's a really white tank housing and a very clear tank for a saw as old as a Red Light...
 

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If I remember correctly the guy put the saw together using some spare saw parts he had around. Don't know what happened to original saw though. It runs fantastic I can say. Pulls my 404 bars with authority. Don't believe it's ported though. My stock 660 couldn't keep up with it cut for cut.
 
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I think aluminum. I'll pull recoil in morning to verify and get more pics.

No worries blackjack - I don't mean to mislead you about me being a potential buyer - just trying to help figure out what exactly you have there. How they run is what really matters, so if someone is looking for a strong worksaw I'm sure what you have will cure what ails them!
 

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I appreciate helping me figure out what I have. Helps the buyer know what they are getting.
 

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I didn't think there was an aftermarket fuel tank for the narrow 064/066? Looks like a nice og to me
 
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I didn't think there was an aftermarket fuel tank for the narrow 064/066? Looks like a nice og to me

That could absolutely be. I'm certainly not very well versed on aftermarket parts. Just looks a little too white to me for the vintage. If the buyer or seller does happen to care that would be a very easy question to answer.
 

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Stihl cylinder and piston still has machine marks. Slight scratches on cylinder. Dont have a compression gauge but pulls over strong. Fires right up. Ready to cut. Aluminum flywheel. Dual port muffler.

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Not calling you a lier but looks like a NWP P&C. The rings on the piston kinda give it away for me as I have a 044 NWP piston sitting in my toolbox with the same looking rings.

Stihl cylinders usually arnt painted black unless it was done by the owner. But I looked for a tolerance stamp (A or B) on your cylinder and don't see any markings.
 

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No problem. I'd pull the jug and find out. AM cylinders make a big difference in price.

I can't buy anything from the states right now based on our dollar conversion :(
 
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