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 Homelite UT43100 14'' Electric Chainsaw Parts

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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A-1Chain Cover Lock Knob
Part #: 34114154G
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
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A-2Chain Cover Assembly Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: 31105154G
In stock
1 available
 $8.28
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A-3GUIDE BAR 14 IN
Part #: 310625001
Note: Includes Figures 43, 44
In stock
4 available
 $36.82
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A-800Guide Bar 16 In.
Part #: 311027003
In stock
7 available
 $18.26
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A-4CHAIN .375 X 52 LINK 14 IN
Part #: 901212001
In stock
9 available
 $26.90
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A-80116" Chain (.375 X 56 Link)
Part #: 900920001
In stock
11 available
 $24.99
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A-5Oil Reservoir Cap
Part #: 34109154G
In stock
1 available
 $0.99
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A-6Sprocket
Part #: 33902102-1G
In stock
21 available
 $3.99
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A-7Washer
Part #: 33302102G
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A-8Retaining Ring
Part #: 32901154G
In stock
18 available
 $2.99
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A-9Screw And Washer (Safe-T-Tip)
Part #: 660640001
In stock
7 available
 $0.86
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A-10SAFE-T-TIP
Part #: 308949001
In stock
6 available
 $1.49
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A-802Scabbard
Part #: 34148154G
In stock
4 available
 $3.24
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A-803Soft Case
Part #: 31201154G
In stock
5 available
 $3.80
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scrappy78
Question: Ring Gear

scrappy78

i used the original part # and everything was good till i tried to put the drive gear on, old part had two slotted sides on ring gear shaft, new on only has one slot. Look at pictures of a new drive gear and it's double slotted not sure what's going on with the part numbers
WJA
Reply: Ring Gear

WJA

Hello scrappy78,

It looks as if the manufacture has had an engineering design and not communicating very well with their distributors. You can fix your problem by ordering part number 33902102-1G sprocket.
It has one flat side on it so it will slip right on.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
1165096
Reply: Ring Gear

1165096

I have the same problem and I ordered the sprocket to go with it. The new sprocket does fit the new ring gear shaft but the shaft is 3/8 " longer than the old shaft. Which means the chain will not line up running from the bar to the sprocket. Now what?
danman0727
Question: 14" Homelite Chainsaw

danman0727

This part does NOT fit the UT43100. Ordered this part and it does not fit, middle shaft is too long. Original part is 34118154. This part has a G on the end of it and doesn't work.
WJA
Reply: 14" Homelite Chainsaw

WJA

Hello danman0727,

We get all of our information from the manufacture. I will contact them regarding this matter and if they tell me that it is the wrong part number. I will let you know.

-WJA
I bought this because I needed an electric chain saw to use in place of the gas one.
This cut [trimmed] my palm trees and fruit trees. The only foul up which I had expected was cutting the older palm frond stumps off. These had become dry fiber which did get into the chain drive. This could be easily cleaned out with the electric saw, much easier than with the gas powered saw.
After some days of cutting, I broke it down and cleaned it with water from the hose, arm, chain etc., all, let it dry, lubed it [chain] and put it away.
It was no different than cleaning a shot gun or hunting rifle when you are finished.
It is so much quieter around here too.
fancyboxy