Select a category of Stihl parts below to find Stihl replacement parts online.
Please note: We can not provide any STIHL illustrated parts list because they are restricted by STIHL Incorporated for use by STIHL
dealers only. Any reference to STIHL trademarks, trade names and parts numbers found on this site is for reference purposes only, and is not
intended to imply that we represent STIHL Incorporated in any form. We also do not sell parts online or ship parts to any location.
When purchasing parts online it is important to consider if parts are original STIHL parts or aftermarket parts. If purchasing original STIHL
parts online, careful consideration should be given to how trustworthy the seller may be. When purchasing aftermarket parts for use with your
STIHL equipment careful consideration should also be given to the quality of the parts. If you are uncomfortable with using aftermarket parts or
the level of trust with online sellers, we suggest visiting your local authorized STIHL dealer for guaranteed OEM parts.
In providing reference information about STIHL or any other brand of equipment, we make our best effort to provide accuracy. We do not
however make any guarantee about the accuracy of information provided on our pages.
About Stihl equipment and parts:
Stihl was founded by Andreas Stihl in 1926 in Germany as a
steam boiler part company. Soon after its founding, Stihl
pioneered and patented the first electric powered chain saw. In
1929 Stihl became one of the first companies to produce gas
Through innovation and growth, Stihl is today one of the most
recognized brands of chainsaws, trimmers, cut off saws and
other outdoor power equipment world wide. The Stihl reputation
for quality and reliability is also second to none.
The best source for Stihl parts is your local authorized Stihl
dealer; however many parts for older models are no longer
available. Parts for older Stihl models are often only available by
purchasing used equipment, used parts or old new stock. The
internet is often the best resource for used parts and old new
stock through sites such as EBay and Craigslist; however we
always suggest contacting your local Stihl dealer first for part