Homelite 900G

     This 900G spent the majority, if not all of it's life, in the Northeast corner of upper New York; not the West coast as most of these are associated with.  More than likely it was a farmer's saw that had the occasional large timber or firewood which he needed a large saw to cut. This saw now has a home in MN.

     I was really pleased with the speed and the ample torque.  The early 900 gear drives are also quite pleasing on the eyes.  Mechanically these saws are easy to work on and gaskets aren't terribly difficult to cut if not able to be found.  Crank seals are easily found at any bearing-seal distributor.  Tillotson carburetor kits are still available.

     My final evaluation for the saw: Well built saw mechanically, tremendous torque and easy to work on.  Most importantly, fun to run!!!!

Homelite 900G pic 1

Homelite 900G pic 1

Gear Driven 112 cc's Recoil Side View

Homelite 900G pic 2

Homelite 900G pic 2

Gear Driven 112 cc's Clutch Side View

Homelite 900G pic 3

Homelite 900G pic 3

Gear Driven 112 cc's Clutch Side View 2

Homelite 900G pic 4

Homelite 900G pic 4

Gear Driven 112 cc's Side View 3

Homelite 900G pic 5

Homelite 900G pic 5

Gear Driven 112 cc's Recoil Side View 2

Homelite 900G pic 6

Homelite 900G pic 6

Gear Driven 112 cc's Angle View

Homelite 900G pic 7

Homelite 900G pic 7

Gear Driven 112 cc's Bar and Parts View

Homelite 900G pic 8

Homelite 900G pic 8

Gear Driven 112 cc's Air Filter View

Homelite 900G pic 9

Homelite 900G pic 9

Gear Driven 112 cc's Side View No Bar

Homelite 900G pic 10

Homelite 900G pic 10

Gear Driven 112 cc's Front View

Homelite 900G pic 11

Homelite 900G pic 11

Gear Driven 112 cc's Back View

Homelite 900G pic 12

Homelite 900G pic 12

Gear Driven 112 cc's Bottom View

Homelite 900G pic 13

Homelite 900G pic 13

Gear Driven 112 cc's

Vintage -  Rare Homelite 900G chainsaw

(Early model proir to the 909G, 990G and 995G chain saw)

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