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Where's My Model Number?
The easiest way to find the OEM replacement parts designed for your saw is to look up your model number. If you still have your original owner's manual you can check there for it. Otherwise you will have to do a bit of searching on your saw to find the information you need.

Most manufacturers will place the information you need on a sticker on the side of the saw. You should see the model number clearly labeled on the sticker and may also see information such as a serial number and type. Note these as you may need them depending on your saw's manufacturer.

If you still can't find the model number on your saw, feel free to give us a call and we'll happily help you find the information and pats you need to get your repair started!
We Can Help You Fix Your Chainsaw
Chainsaws are complicated pieces of equipment and some of the repairs on them can become pretty challenging pretty quickly. Sure, replacing a gas cap or a knob is something anyone can handle, but if you find yourself needing to replace the clutch or adjust the bar, you may find yourself out of your depth.

That's why we do more than just sell you the parts you need for your repair. We have repair resources that will help you through any snag in your repair. Check out our Repair Center where you can find how-to articles that will guide you through every step of your repair. If you don't find a solution there, our Repair Forum has hundreds of experts and fellow DIYers standing by to answer any questions you may have.
Check out our helpful repair resources below...
Repair Forum
Repair Center
Chainsaw Parts Ship in a Day!
If you're in the middle of a yard cleanup after that big storm, having your chainsaw break can be a devastating loss. Taking your saw to a repair shop can cost you a fortune and sometimes take weeks to get fixed. Luckily, there's a better option!

We stock thousands of parts for your lawn equipment, and have a full stock of chainsaw parts. And since all our in-stock parts ship within 24 hours, you can rest assured knowing that you'll save money and get the part you need--fast. We can ship to most U.S. locations in a matter of days, which means you can get back to your projects faster and for significantly less money.

If you don't see the parts you need on our site, give us a call. We'll do what we can to help you with a special order or a drop shipment so you can get what you need to fix your saw.
A Medical History
The first chain saw doesn\'t really resemble the ones we use today. Two Scottish doctors invented a hand-cranked version in the 18th century to help remove disease and bone. It wasn\'t until 1926 that the first gas-powered chainsaw--very much resembling the ones we use today--was invented. That\'s a long and varied history!