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 Post subject: Homelite Super XL
PostPosted: Feb 12th, '08, 06:52 
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 Post subject: Homelite Super XL Automatic
PostPosted: Mar 21st, '08, 19:50 
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It is all original. This was one of the first versions of the Super XL. I know there are Green and Red Versions of the XL Automatic, but I have never seen one of the Super variety. Maybe one of the Homelite guys can shed more light.


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super XL Automatic
PostPosted: Apr 11th, '09, 05:50 
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Not my saw...
But a good addition to the Super XL library.

Here is what I've found out about these Super XL Limited Edition-Ol'Blue.
I've only seen two, they both (according to serial) date to 1992.
I'd be interested in hearing others, as to Mfg. dates. Also maybe even the Big Red-Limited Edition's


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite Super XL Automatic
PostPosted: Jul 9th, '09, 09:44 
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Location: granada hills ca
Here is mine, im still waiting for it to arrive, Great ebay score for next to nuthing, should run with the regular been sitting for a few years tune up. with the original 20 inch bar and chain so i was told :) once i get it ill put up my own pics


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite XL Super Automatic
PostPosted: Jul 12th, '09, 07:44 
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Runs with fuel dumped in the carb,needs a fuel line, new clutch cover, but has killer compression, was repainted at one time, you can see the lighter blue under the dark blue in a few spots.


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite XL Super Automatic
PostPosted: Aug 16th, '09, 05:36 
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Updated pic, new never used bar with a new stihl chain, carb kit and fuel line, Runs great now and has loads of power, 160psi. In the process of taking it apart, im not sure if i want to paint it or leave it bare metal with a clear coat i love that look.


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 Post subject: Homelite SXL Old Blue edition
PostPosted: Sep 18th, '09, 02:06 
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Heres some pics of my SXL Old Blue which took me a year to find a jug and piston for.
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 Post subject: Re: Homelite SXL Old Blue edition
PostPosted: Oct 13th, '09, 16:13 
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 Post subject: Homelite SXLs
PostPosted: Oct 19th, '09, 16:26 
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Here are 3 of my SXLs,the 2 blue and white ones i got from one guy and the red one is one i got for a user,cuts like crazy.


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite XL Super Automatic
PostPosted: Oct 14th, '10, 20:20 
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Just picked this one up off of a Craigslist ad last night. Not much use on this one but unfortunately the previous owner straight gassed it. I think it will be worth putting a new piston and cylinder on it since it is in such good shape.

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 Post subject: Homelite Super XL
PostPosted: Nov 16th, '10, 07:39 
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heres saw i picked up at a garage sale over the summer
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 Post subject: Re: Homelite XL Super Automatic
PostPosted: Jan 10th, '11, 05:27 
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Homelite Super XL Automatic
Bought this from the original owner and he good care of this one.
It cuts like an animal :!:


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 Post subject: Re: Homelite SXL Old Blue edition
PostPosted: Jun 12th, '11, 17:42 
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This baby has 200psi with no base gasket and new rings. The most powerful sxl out there. Cuts like 100cc saw.




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 Post subject: Re: Homelite SXL Old Blue edition
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And here is mine. Very less used. I think so max 3-5 houres. Got it as non runner, a little screw work at the carb and it starts and runs very good. :banana:
The saw will never see any wood in the future.
Does somebody know the construction year?

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Solo 640, 620VA, 650VA, 660VA, 642, 681
Homelite Super XL Automatic, 944 IV
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 Post subject: Re: Homelite SXL Old Blue edition
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Here's old blue UT# 10045F and my limited edition UT# 10712
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