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 Post subject: Homelite XL-903
PostPosted: Jun 20th, '08, 11:25 
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Here' s my homie XL-903.
the paint is unfortunately in bad shape but this saw has pleasantly surprised me with its performance ! Wow, good revver !
Needed new fuel line, points cleaning and coil gap setting, and runs extremely well.
the chain cover was cracked and repaired.


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite XL-903
PostPosted: Jun 29th, '13, 18:46 
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Stihl: 011, 015, 170, 181, 021, 023, 024, 026, 032, 036, 041, 07S, 08S, S10, Contra
Dolmar: CA, CC, PS39, 114SS, 119
Solo:610AV, 615AV, 616AV, 620AV, 60126, 60130, 60135, Super Rex
HomeliteSuper XL Automatic, Werus SEL100, JoBu L6, Dolpima PS90


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite XL-903
PostPosted: Feb 18th, '14, 23:47 
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Here is our XL-903. This one started as our mystery saw from hell lol. I bought it for Randy as a Christmas present supposedly as an XL-925. None of the part numbers matched up. :autch: Kept getting suggestions from others as to what it might be. Finally thought it was an XL-901 or 904. Thank god for the one difference that led us to find out it was the more rare (or so we were told) XL-903. :clap: The only thing the guy was right about that sold it to us was that she does run, and not bad too. Had a blast doing the paint job on this one. They may be small but they sure do look sharp.


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