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Author Topic: Husq 353G rebuild, blown cylinder  (Read 288 times)

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Offline jimbarry

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Husq 353G rebuild, blown cylinder
« on: January 06, 2019, 01:09:20 PM »
Could a fella who's new to repairing saws get some help on where to buy, what to replace and how to do a rebuild? I read a couple parts sources online, they all go by year. Does it say somewhere on the saw what year it was made?



 
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Re: Husq 353G rebuild, blown cylinder
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2019, 04:57:34 PM »
Whew, that's ugly. Was it on the bottom of a lake? You've got to disassemble and examine - remove jug first. Depends on what the inside of crankcase looks like but I wouldn't trust big rod bearing or crankcase bearings/seals. So, splitting case = big job.
ID sticker normally has year - top cover.
Husky: 372xt, 272xp, 61, 55 (x3) Stihl: 026, 011AVT Poulan: 315, 4218 (x3), 2375, 2150, 2055, 2000 (x3) Homelite XL

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Re: Husq 353G rebuild, blown cylinder
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2019, 05:35:27 PM »
No lake. My father-in-law (may he RIP) had it for several years. I've used it for 3-4 since his passing. It was my go-to saw. It chug and stopped. This is the result. Gas/oil mix was good. Just had its time maybe, I dunno. This is the top cover. 


 
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Re: Husq 353G rebuild, blown cylinder
« Reply #3 on: January 06, 2019, 06:37:18 PM »
Maybe you got some heavily water laden fuel. Pull the jug and look in the crankcase. A sticker should show serial # and year, if it hasn't come off. Although year shouldn't be too important for parts. Don't think they changed much from 2002-2011. 
Husky: 372xt, 272xp, 61, 55 (x3) Stihl: 026, 011AVT Poulan: 315, 4218 (x3), 2375, 2150, 2055, 2000 (x3) Homelite XL


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