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Old homelite chainsaw parts

Posted by shotzi 7 Tn. (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 11, 08 at 13:57

I have an old Homelite super wiz chain saw serial # A1875739 I would like to know what year it is and how you determine the year by the serial #. I don't know what kind of carb it has I was afraid to take it off without a carb kit . Now I understand there can be more than one manufacture so tomorrow I'll pull the carb and see who makes it. Thanks for all your help

Mike


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RE: Old homelite chainsaw parts

  • Posted by billw 5b - Kansas (My Page) on
    Fri, Dec 12, 08 at 0:10

There were several models of the Super WIZ ,55,66,& 80 the carb should be a HL series Tillotson. The HL # is on the intake flange side. It would help to know which HL #.
I do keep parts for them.
BillW
785-562-3539


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RE: Old homelite chainsaw parts

I own a homelite wiz55 chainsaw and need a sideplate on it.I was wondering if you had it and if so how much is it. Feel free to write and let me know. Thank you WILLIAM Ingram,Jr.


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RE: Old homelite chainsaw parts

I need a carb or carb kit for my superwiz 55----HK 204A tillotson I believe is the carb no.


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RE: Old homelite chainsaw parts

I am looking for homelite super wiz 55 parts also. I need a sprocket and chain also both fuel lines and fuel filter. The chain is obsolete as well as the sprocket is there a replacement for these items?


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RE: Old homelite chainsaw parts

Chainsawr is a website that sells used chainsaw parts. They might have some of the things you're looking for. If you don't find what you need, they also have an email form you can fill out and send in and maybe get some help that way.

Here is a link that might be useful: Chainsawr Homelite page


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