Stihl, SR 320, SR 400, BR 340, BR 420, SR 340, SR 420, SR 430, SR 450, Mistblower, parts manual,pdf
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Model specifications: SR 320 SR 400 BR 340, 420 SR 340 SR 420 SR 430 SR 450 / Andreas Stihl AG & Co.
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Manual Language: English
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The BR420 was not supposed to be a problem, as the big SR was based on the 420. The back-plate that I received with my used conversion parts indicates that it was from the SR320, so I suspect that the BR320 should also be a game, but I can't confirm it, and I haven't crossed the parts.
Parts not required by my re-engineering are marked with a 'x' appended to the IPL key in the part table. I stripped this down to bare minimums of OEM read parts. Hoses, clamps, do not appear here. The parts that come as portions of the assemblies are also missing. Highlighted in green are the parts I've managed to find as a well-used assembly (Thanks John!). This saved me about $50-60 from retail.
There are two screws to go Beneath the bottom of the back-plate and attach the very ends of the frame to the plate-Put them in. Affix with a pair of self-tapping screws.
Remove the handle from the top of the blower housing at the front of the powerhead. I had to remove the top 5 or 6 screws that would hold the blower-housing halves together (including the one on the output of the housing!) and convince. Maybe I was just supposed to take all of them out, but I didn't break anything. Once the handle is out, say good-bye, you're going to MISS IT! Then put the screws back in the housing of the blower.
Remove the cap that covers the port where the bell plugs. It's like soft, flexible plastic, and it can be worked with a flat head screwdriver between the bottom of it and the plastic flange it stops. I used a pick, carefully, and it worked really well.
I screwed it in so I could lift it up and jog it around. I hit the tank breather assy with the powerhead off the tank, and it was kind of a pain to get back. Try not to do that.