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  1. PogoInTheWoods

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    Not always. I have a mystery Husky cylinder with a 50Z designation that's closer to 48mm -- 47 and high change actually.
     
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    Well I just got a whole "L65" in trade instead of just the air cleaner, and I did a plastic straw measurement of the jug and it mics out to 52 something , so error for measuring device Im gonna assume that someone swapped out the jug and piston in this saws life. One thing the p/o told me is he never saw a 65 with the plug exposed through the top cover.
    20200510_142042.jpg I'm pretty much just learning about the old Huskies though so I'm glad you told me about the casting #s not being related to the bore size.
     
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    I hardly meant to be definitive. Just citing an example of an exception to what the casting may seem to otherwise indicate. Bear in mind Husky used several cylinder manufacturers also.
     
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    Ok , so are there any indicators on the cylinder that would help me identify what I have?
     
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    I think @jacob j. may know those I.D.'s fairly well. @Spike60 may also be able to shed some light.
     
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    I've got a crack in the intake block in one of the L77s ,has anyone fixed these or am I SOL ? 20200515_155303.jpg
     
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    I wouldn't risk it...

    Looks a lot like a 288 block....hmmm
     
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    That plug coming through the top cover means you have an L77, not a 65. :)
     
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    Thanks Bob , I'm just getting into these saws and I wasn't totally sure what it was because of the l65 badge.
    Do you know if there's a intake block available for it?
    Also if you dont buy yourself an impact driver of some kind I'm going to start a charity to get you one! Honestly I don't know how I lived before these battery operated things.
     
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    Can someone help me identify the year on this 262xp. It has the pocket in the tank handle. I see it has the 87 carb. Any guess as to what cylinder it has?
    Thanks[​IMG][​IMG]

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    I'm going with the 588th saw built during the 17th week of 1990.

    The HDA-87 carb would usually indicate a K&S or Gilardoni cylinder.
     
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    Here's one of the hl supply 268/272 filters 20200520_150621.jpg seems well made
    The rubber is very soft on top
    I might glue a square of plastic to it to strengthen
    It.
    But it may not be a problem.
    Here's a 97 272 I got for parts 20200520_123750.jpg but after spray foaming and pressure washing it's in great shape
    20200520_125021.jpg 20200520_134018.jpg stuck ring
    I'm going to rebuild it.
     
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    That's a nice surprise.
     
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    Just completed this scrap yard find 365, proud of how this one turned out.

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    Wow...nice job.
     
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    Got the 160S paint mostly removed and she is ready to get a new Base Layer and a RAL 2009 Expoxy Lackr finish afterwards.
    20200518_164754.jpg
     
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    The av rubber mounts that go in the tank and secure the body,

    Where you get them ? And part number?

    Also how you get that color back??? Ir do you repaint?

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    What's the color code ?

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    @MACHINE: i will use RAL 2009. Maybe not 100% the correct original color, but fits the husqvarna one pretty well. I will do a complete repaint, ones the weather here gets better. The rubber mounts you can find on ebay. Part No: 501269702
    Mean while started fixing the badly messed up ignition coil. Gave it new Isolation on the copper wires and did all the multimeter measurements to ensure its working.
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    The 365 a guy gave me is in pretty good shape ,

    Rubber mounts have been the DEVIL to find

    Bar was bent on it, so a new bar and chain is needed , what length you use??[​IMG][​IMG]

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