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    Honestly, around here that would be akin to walking into a ford dealership and asking for an air filter for a modet T.

    ( Actually I doubt they had air filters, As Jay Leno alwaus says, the air was much cleaner back then)
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    It's not the avability of parts, it's the people ordering. My local shop always orders wrong.
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    What I meant was that the 038 is a relic.
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    More like a classic.

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    I never had problems finding parts for an 038 . The 038 much like the 10-10 McCulloch was so popular I'd imagine you could find used parts for the next 40 years because they made so many .

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    Quote Originally Posted by squisher View Post
    More like a classic.
    Ha agreed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Smith View Post
    I never had problems finding parts for an 038 . The 038 much like the 10-10 McCulloch was so popular I'd imagine you could find used parts for the next 40 years because they made so many .
    After market parts are no problems, but I have to drive to London to get them. The parts counter at my local Stihl dealer go into toxic shock or something when I order parts. They say they see the right part number, it takes them a while on the 'puter, but it always comes in wrong. I'll just have to go out of town.
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    Peter. See if you can get the IPL's for Stihl. Then you just go with your own part numbers. I'm not technically adept enough otherwise I could get them to you. Maybe someone else here could help you out?

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    If I could figure out why my freakin e-mail won't send I could send a file with the part numbers.My son the I-T guru will be here around Christmas time then maybe I can do something.

    I think I have them on a CD as well as scanned from paper IPL's .

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