Homelite Parts

Homelite is one of the oldest and most recognized outdoor power equipment names in America. The company was originally started by Charles H. Ferguson in 1921 as the Home Electric Lighting Company to produce 2 cycle gas powered generators. The company's name was shortened to Homelite in 1924. From 1949 to the late 1980’s Homelite was best known as manufacturer of gas power chainsaws at both the consumer and professional level.

Like most other equipment brands, parts for older Homelite models are often discontinued and only available as used or new old stock. Increasingly the older saw models and especially early generators and water pumps are becoming sought after by collectors worldwide. One good example is the Homelite XL100 gas powered circular saw which is highly valued by collectors.

In 1955 the Homelite corporation was purchased by Textron. Today as part of the TTI Group (Techtronic Industries) Homelite equipment is produced primarily for consumer level use including chainsaws, grass trimmers, gas generators, leaf blowers and more.


Download Illustrated Parts Lists For:  

Homelite Blowers  

Homelite Chainsaws  

Homelite Trimmers and Brushcutters  


Select a category of Homelite parts below to find Homelite replacement parts online:


Air Filters  


Belts  


Cables  


Replacement Carburetors  


Walbro Carburetor Parts  


Zama Carburetor Parts  


Chainsaw Chain  


Fuel System Parts  


Gaskets  


Ignition Parts  


Oil filters  


Primer bulbs  


Spark plugs  


Sprockets  


Starter Parts  


Tools  


Triggers  


Trimmer Parts  


Miscellaneous Homelite Parts  




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