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Where’s My Stihl Model Number?
Need to find the model number on your Stihl chainsaw? We can help. First check near the handle. They often place a sticker with the information you need there. If it’s worn down, however, you’ll want to move to the engine next. Some newer model Stihl saws have the model number stamped underneath the heat shield, which you may have to remove to view the number.
Stihl Repair Resources
Stihl makes lawn equipment for people who need to get the job done. While we don’t stock OEM Stihl parts we do have some repair parts to help you get working again if you find yourself in a bind and miles from the nearest repair shop. We can get you a new spark plug for your BR 550 blower, a new chain for your chainsaw, or a speed-feed trimmer head.
And if you have questions or just need a little guidance on your repair, we can help with that too. Check out our videos, repair articles, and our expert forums for step-by-step instructions on your repairs and expert help on even the trickiest repair questions.
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New Mexico, USA
A Family Company
Stihl is the world’s best-selling chainsaw brand, and the only company that makes their own bars and chains. Andreas Stihl designed and built his first saw in 1926, and while growth was slow at first--in part due to the Great Depression--the company soon took off. It is still privately owned by the Stihl family, and based in Germany.