need a Stihl FS66 Trimmer Fuel Tank (1 Viewer)

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I can check and see if they are still available. If they are not, I know a few dealers that have some NOS items and may have one.
 

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4123 350 0400 is the number for the bare tank. It is a Do Not re-Order component but here are still a few in the system.

4123 350 0405 is the number for the fuel tank assy including the cap but is N/A in the USA.
 
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4123 350 0400 is the number for the bare tank. It is a Do Not re-Order component but here are still a few in the system.

4123 350 0405 is the number for the fuel tank assy including the cap but is N/A in the USA.
Okay , thank you very much. Can you tell me what the original retail price was ? That would give me an idea of what one should cost. Do dealers typically mark up parts depending on their rarity/ scarcity ?
I'd certainly but a used one too, if I could find one. Sorry to reply so late, I just got home from work.
Scott
 

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A used one may be in the same condition yours is in. With age and the exotic fuels we have they turn yellow and swell up so the cap does not fit, etc.

They stopped making that particular unit in the early to mid 1990's.

Suggested retail for the California market is around $31.00.

Ron's Saw Sales in South Dakota deals in a lot of New Old Stock items. He may have a new one at a reduced price.
 
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I also need a tank for my FS66. I called Ron's SS and left a message. Were you able to contact Ron's?
 
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re: FS66 fuel tank

Datsundon - I have not talked to anyone at Don's Saw Shop yet, I sent them an email inquiring about a tank but I didn't get a reply. I think that Stihl dealers do not ever sell parts on the net, but I would think that they will sell parts made by phone in orders... I found their business listing with the phone number and address.:banana:
 
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Yeah. I called the number I found online, got their answering machine, left a message. They haven't called back yet. I do not know if they are too busy to respond to customers, can not make a long distance call to respond to the message I left, or simply do not want additional sales.
 
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I spoke to a rep at Ron's Saw Sales today 4/13/11. The are out of stock on the tanks for FS66. They purchase used/salvaged parts for these old trimers. He said the price is $25-30 plus shipping. He said he would contact me via email if/when they get a good tank.

In the meantime, I plan to attempt welding the crack in my tank. I purchased a plastic welding kit from Harbor Freight this weekend for $15. I will post results afterwards.
 
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Hey datsundon, I repaired my fuel tank last week with a tube of "Seal All". I cleaned the tank with rubbing alcohol, then sealed up the cracks with 3 coatings a couple hours apart. So far so good, I drain the tank after each use. Use at own risk!
 

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