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Meteor Cylinder Kit 47mm fits Husqvarna 357, 359, Jonsered 2156, 2159

Meteor Husqvarna 357, 359 cylinder assembly

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Our Price: $141.95
Sale Price: $129.95
Part #: MCC1945


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Description Replaces the following OEM(s)
Meteor brand Nikasil plated cylinder assembly. Made in Italy.
Highest quality aftermarket kit. This is the closest to OEM you will find.
High quality Nikasil plated. This cylinder has large open transfer ports. See photo.
Fits: Husqvarna 359, Jonsered 2156, 2159 chainsaw. Works as an oversize kit for the 357XP. 47mm bore.
Replaces OEM part: 537 15 73-02
Includes: cylinder, piston, rings, cir clips, wrist pin
Fits models:
  • Husqvarna 357XP, 359, Jonsered 2156

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Quality September 8, 2022
Reviewer: Scott from Guys Mills, PA United States  
I will not use any other aftermarket parts other than Meteor.  Their quality is as good if not better than oem.  Not to mention they use Caber rings

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5 of 5 August 30, 2022
Reviewer: David Burke from Phoenix, AZ United States  

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5 of 5 High Quality Aftermarket Alternative October 11, 2019
Reviewer: James Brown from Flowery Branch, GA United States  
The quality of the Cylinder casting is excellent. I did not magnaflux it but performed a number of test (visual and dynamic) looking for inclusions and found none.  Although I still have concerns of the plating type as I remember this from the 1970 on some European Auto Engines and the high Sulfur fuel of those days did a number so I will be staying away from any off-road fuel that still allows high sulfur.  The complete kit was as described installed with ease and the saw cranked on the 4th pull.  Time will tell as to the life but the cost difference make this a very attractive alternative to OEM.

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