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I am looking for a source of parts for restoring my 1968 Husqvarna A77 chainsaw. I need bearings and seals and would be interested in a flywheel and piston/rings/cylinder. Any old NOS or compatible parts people have a line on any of these parts?
 

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best bet is to get the service manual as well as the parts list for the saw!
report back the part numbers you need!
 

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I believe the flywheel is: 501 42 70-01
Seals: 293 11 95, 501 41 42
Bearings: 501 28 44-01
I'm having trouble being sure about the piston and cylinder numbers.
This is an A77 model saw from 1968
 

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try this link for parts look up
Spare Parts - Chain Saws
and here is the customer service contact page
Contact Us
kinda surprised they do not have an 800 number for service....
i guess this is why we like stilh saws here.
old and new i have all of the stihl manuals and service lit here.
 

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Thank you, but they don't have anything old. I'm pretty sure most of the parts are obsolete.
 

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see if they can at the least get you a parts blow up with the correct numbers.
 

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see if they can at the least get you a parts blow up with the correct numbers.
Thank you Paul. I have a parts blow up, and the obsolete numbers, it is just getting hard to find any sources of old stuff. I will probably just finish taking it apart and try to match up what I need with bearings and seals. Don't know about the piston and cylinder yet. I would like to get another flywheel... I was reminded of how old I was when I asked about a dwell meter in the autoparts store the other day.... At least the manager there knew what one was....
 

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ha on the dwell meter!
a time light is another one as well!
unless the kids have been building hot rods.
they may have never used one!

there are a few places out there that makes parts for old gear....
with covid some of the places have ran out of parts...
folks staying home and fixing things!
keep looking and watching on the bay as well as amazon....
 
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