Stihl Parts

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by HB Lawn, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. HB Lawn

    HB Lawn LawnSite Member
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    I have a BR 600 Blower and a FS 80 Trimmer, that are in need of a new carb.

    Is there any where else besides my local dealer to buy parts for these machines?:confused:

  2. Richard Martin

    Richard Martin LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 14,700

    Stihl doesn't allow sales over the Internet so finding parts can be difficult at best.

    Before you replace the carb did you check the impulse line? If it becomes plugged it can make the engine act like it needs a carb repair/replacement.

    See the Stihl repair manual here to properly diagnose your Stihl's problems.
  3. bohiaa

    bohiaa LawnSite Fanatic
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    NOPE.....Sucks doesn't it
  4. Roger

    Roger LawnSite Fanatic
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    I have an FS85 and FC85, and they have a Zama carb. Parts can be bought on the open market for Zama carbs (e.g. rebuild kits). Perhaps full carbs can also be bought outside the Stihl network. When I bought rebuild kits, I wasn't looking for new carbs, but it is worth a try. The problem is to find the Zama carb model. In my case, the carb had to come off in order get access to the model number.

    A place to start:

    STIHL GUY LawnSite Fanatic
    from CT
    Posts: 5,225

    i have yet to find somewhere other than the dealer for Stihl parts
  6. Runner

    Runner LawnSite Fanatic
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  7. JPL

    JPL LawnSite Member
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    Zama is the way to go I have rebuilt sthil Carbs., as they mostly use Zama's just get the number off the existing Carb. and you can order Zama stuff from Jacks small engine.
    A rebuild kit will run 12-18 bucks, most of the time the diaphragm stiffens up and does not pump the fuel. I may look ok but it not just do the rebuild thing the only thing left is the Aluminum housing and that is usually fine. A new Zama Carb. will run 80-100 bucks.

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