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Old 09-19-2017, 09:21 PM
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I have a Sthil 009 chain saw that I really like. However the trigger being plastic and old, broke. Out of commission for 2 years until I found a parts 009. Robbed the trigger, good for... 2 uses before it broke as well. No one makes aftermarket parts/trigger for this. Ebay used triggers are nowhere to be found and would break as well due to the age. I just found the left side/trigger housing, with trigger on ebay. So, my question, If I remove the fragile plastic trigger, who/what kind of person/trade could use it as a form to make a mold or machine a copy of it with something durable? It's a flat piece that is shaped like a triangle with a cable slot
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http://www.sawagain.com/stihl-009-ch...5-11201820805/

oh dang, out of stock..
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Is this it?

P/N: 1120 182 1005, 11201821005

$3.49 each

$ 9.57 shipping to your door.


http://www.diyspareparts.com/parts/s...1120-182-1005/

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That is it, out of stock, as usual
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Is this it?

P/N: 1120 182 1005, 11201821005

$3.49 each

$ 9.57 shipping to your door.


http://www.diyspareparts.com/parts/s...1120-182-1005/

MASTER PART FINDER! I love a good part hunt!
This link shows foreign currency???? Where did you find the $ figures?
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Notice how everybody is out of stock. Good chance for someone to make some money. All they have to do is give me the first one
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3D printing?
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This link shows foreign currency???? Where did you find the $ figures?
UK supplier ..... just use paypal and it will cover you. I have ordered MANY parts from overseas and always use paypal for any overseas stuff.

I have a currency translater on my puter.

http://www.diyspareparts.com/parts/s...882-4aea-85d8/
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went back to the site and i see a INT shipping. Fill out the zip and get a shipping quote.

Shipped to me in GA with the trigger part was $20.99 total.

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US in stock

http://www.baileysonline.com/Parts/P...TTLE-LEVER.axd

another that has only one

http://www.westernimplement.com/buy-...-LEVER-958627/

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Thanks much. I suppose I learned something here. I always searched the part by 009 trigger, looks like the part number [P/N: 1120 182 1005, 11201821005] gives a better search. Ordered 2
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Beings his part was found, how about a carb. for a Stihl 011AV. I cant find one anywhere, only rebuild kits.
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Beings his part was found, how about a carb. for a Stihl 011AV. I cant find one anywhere, only rebuild kits.
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Factory Stihl or a aftermarket?

Just a side note ...I own both of these saws the 009 and 011.
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According to specs ... depending on serial number ...


Walbro Carburetor Models:
WA-99-1

Zama Carburetor Models:
C1S-S1
C1S-S1A
C1S-S1B
C1S-S1C
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Beings his part was found, how about a carb. for a Stihl 011AV. I cant find one anywhere, only rebuild kits.
Had 3 carbs from factory a Walbro wt-21, Walbro WT29 stihl pn 1120 120 0604 and the other was a Zama C1S-S1C and a Stihl pn 11201200605. All fit and work on a Stihl 011av. I bought a aftermarket (china $14) for mine and that was a mistake. WT21 is what mine had on it from factory.

I would buy the ZAMA C1S-S1C from K&T or Jacks (last 2 links)


39.99 FS new Ebay WT21

http://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-Walbro-C...YAAOSwOgdYoeHE

$75.41 ps in stock

http://www.hragripower.com/buy-parts...RETOR-1692120/

K&T has Zama $42.99 plus shipping new

http://www.mymowerparts.com/partdeta...5880/20779.php

Jacks has the Zama for 45.67. You can call and get the right part from them. Good folks!

https://www.jackssmallengines.com/ja...p/part/c1s-s1c
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According to specs ... depending on serial number ...


Walbro Carburetor Models:
WA-99-1

Zama Carburetor Models:
C1S-S1
C1S-S1A
C1S-S1B
C1S-S1C
Briar, You need to stick to heavy equip with HYDRAULICS!
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Be right back!
Factory Stihl or a aftermarket?

Just a side note ...I own both of these saws the 009 and 011.
Don't you need an 010 ??
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Got another. My MS311 chain saw cylinder design where it holds the muffler is a bad design. The bolts kept vibrating loose. Eventually not holding at all. I dremeled out the back side of one of the fins each side so that I could get a nut on the backside. The design is a marble size piece of metal welded or molded between the fins but never touching the cylinder. Only the fins. It's to small to retap, helicoil or timesert. So, I can't find the typical cheap top end rebuild kit. Usually you can buy an aftermarket cylinder and piston kit for $60. My big sthil concrete saw was only $50 and has worked just as well as the OEM. It seems "aftermarket" has not caught up to the 311. I may be forced into taking it to a welder to fill in the stripped screw holes and then retap.
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Thanks, ordered the one from K&T.

I had found the one for 75.00 & another for 69 & change but was not going to give that for one.

I've had the 011 for over 30 years, great little saw.
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Briar, You need to stick to heavy equip with HYDRAULICS!
Stuck on Oliver tractors right now ... but I Rebuilt a couple Walbros and Zama not too long ago ... a new Zama From Amazon For one Devise ....

Modifying a couple chain saws too...
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Got another. My MS311 chain saw cylinder design where it holds the muffler is a bad design. The bolts kept vibrating loose. Eventually not holding at all. I dremeled out the back side of one of the fins each side so that I could get a nut on the backside. The design is a marble size piece of metal welded or molded between the fins but never touching the cylinder. Only the fins. It's to small to retap, helicoil or timesert. So, I can't find the typical cheap top end rebuild kit. Usually you can buy an aftermarket cylinder and piston kit for $60. My big sthil concrete saw was only $50 and has worked just as well as the OEM. It seems "aftermarket" has not caught up to the 311. I may be forced into taking it to a welder to fill in the stripped screw holes and then retap.
Lock-tight would have been what i use before the threads got to bad.

Not sure if i'm with you on what you are doing but what about a GOOD epoxy. I watched a machine shop use some on a hydro pump. They machined/tap the epoxy for holding a pressure side. I was told that it would hold much better that welding in this case from the owner of the shop. The owner is a very straight shooter type of guy.
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Stuck on Oliver tractors right now ... but I Rebuilt a couple Walbros and Zama not too long ago ... a new Zama From Amazon For one Devise ....

Modifying a couple chain saws too...
I'm chasing a pain in my rear hyd leak on my skidsteer. Only leaks after working it fairly hard. Can't see it from the top and to see under you have to pull both large 1/4" skid plates and jack it up. 3rd time today and still can't pinpoint what is leaking. hose/pump/fitting

And for a side note of being stupid!
Was steaming the skid steer with my large diesel fired pressure / steamer. Had it on my forklift and needed just a few feet so i just backed the forklift up a few feet. Well, the water hose hooked to the shop was only so long! It snatched that running/burning/super hot steamer off the forks flipping it over on the concrete. Snapped the burner off (still running)! Not sure if you have ever messed with one but this 300 pound steam bomb is now ready to come apart building pressure with no water source to cool it. Bad day!
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I'm chasing a pain in my rear hyd leak on my skidsteer. Only leaks after working it fairly hard. Can't see it from the top and to see under you have to pull both large 1/4" skid plates and jack it up. 3rd time today and still can't pinpoint what is leaking. hose/pump/fitting

And for a side note of being stupid!
Was steaming the skid steer with my large diesel fired pressure / steamer. Had it on my forklift and needed just a few feet so i just backed the forklift up a few feet. Well, the water hose hooked to the shop was only so long! It snatched that running/burning/super hot steamer off the forks flipping it over on the concrete. Snapped the burner off (still running)! Not sure if you have ever messed with one but this 300 pound steam bomb is now ready to come apart building pressure with no water source to cool it. Bad day!
My main seal went out, however it was leaking into the chain case, so I never saw, only knew it because I kept having to add hydraulic fluid. Very expensive. I hope that is not what yours is doing
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My main seal went out, however it was leaking into the chain case, so I never saw, only knew it because I kept having to add hydraulic fluid. Very expensive. I hope that is not what yours is doing
I checked it 3-4 times hoping it was not the pump seal. I can see/touch it pulling seat frame which is easy. One of those dang hoses underneath i think is the culprit. Only does it under heavy load. I will figure it out once it cools down i hope. Just enough to drip a trail on my driveway.
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I checked it 3-4 times hoping it was not the pump seal. I can see/touch it pulling seat frame which is easy. One of those dang hoses underneath i think is the culprit. Only does it under heavy load. I will figure it out once it cools down i hope. Just enough to drip a trail on my driveway.
What Skidsteer do you have?
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