For the best performance from your STIHL tool, we recommend that you always use the STIHL NGK spark plug. The spark plugs are listed in the “Technical data” chapter of your machine’s Instruction Manual. For more information and to order your genuine STIHL spark plug, contact your local Approved STIHL dealer.
What does H and La mean on a Stihl chainsaw?
One marked “H”, for high speed, one marked “L”, for low speed and one marked “LA”, which is your low speed air adjustment for idle.
What size spark plug does a Stihl chainsaw take?
NGK Spark Plugs for Stihl Equipment
What spark plug does a Stihl 029 chainsaw take?
SPARK PLUG FOR STIHL 029 034 036 039 MS290 MS291 MS310 MS360 MS390 MS391 CHAINSAW
|Replaces OEM Part Number:||NGK: BPMR7A||CHAMPION: RCJ6Y|
|This item is a after market / non genuine replacement part.|
What should the spark plug gap be on a Stihl chainsaw?
What is the correct spark plug gap for my STIHL trimmer, chainsaw, or blower? The correct gap setting is 0.020″.
How much is a Stihl 026 worth?
They go around $200-250 for a nice one.
Is Stihl 026 a pro saw?
Re: Stihl 026 Pro vs Non Pro
Over the last 30 years Stihl Canada has sold more 026/260s that any other model. Yes they were the best seller in pro series saws , some of the larger dealers bought them by the skid (50 units) when there was a promotion or the like because they had no worries about selling them .
How old is Stihl 026?
According to Chain Saw Collectors Corner, the Stihl 026 is a 49 cc chain saw introduced in 1993.
How do you tell if a spark plug is bad in a chainsaw?
What Does a Bad Spark Plug Look Like and What Makes It Look That Way?
- Black, chunky carbon buildup spanning the gap between the sparking end of the plug and the hook-shaped metal piece overhanging the end.
- Dark carbon residue built up on the ends but not spanning the gap.
What can I use to clean my spark plugs?
To safely clean a spark plug, you should use a wire brush or spray-on plug cleaner specifically designed for this ignition part. You can also use a sturdy knife to scrape off tough deposits. Note: NEVER clean a spark plug with a shot blaster or abrasives.