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Parts for Felco pruner F16, left-hand, small, bypass, solid aluminum (F16)

Felco pruner F16, left-hand, small, bypass, solid aluminum

These are all the available parts for the Felco pruner F16, left-hand, small, bypass, solid aluminum (F16).

We recommend replacing the spring in your pruners at least once every year. If your pruner doesn't open like it used to, it's time for a new spring. Made in Switzerland. Contains two springs (6-11).
Contains center bolt (6-8) and nut (2-9), locking segment (2-16) and screw for locking segment (6-7). Made in Switzerland.
Worn or hardened shock absorbers can make pruning a pain in the wrist. For pain-free pruning replace your shock absorbers at least once a year. Contains 4 upper (2-18) and 6 lower (2-20) shock absorbers. Fits all Felco pruners that have shock absorbers. Made in Switzerland.
Made in Switzerland.
Requires riveting. Used as a last resort to replace the cutting blade pins if the pins are lost or damaged. Once the cutting blade is riveted on, future blade replacement will require removing and replacing rivets. Also used on older Felco model 2 pruners to attach the cutting blade at the factory. If your pruner is old enough to vote you probably need three of these along with a new blade. Made in Switzerland.
If the lock nut on your Felco model 6, 11, 12 or 100 is allowed to loosen up, a hard cut can bend or snap the center bolt. Don’t let that happen! If it does happen to you, your valued pruner can be saved. Get a new center bolt here. Made in Switzerland.
Did you let the locking segment stay loose too long? That’s how you lose the lock nut. Don’t freak out - buy a new nut and save your trusty tool. Made in Switzerland.
While replacing the thumb catch, make sure you replace the spring washer too. It holds the catch still so it stays locked when locked and stays unlocked when in use.
Does your thumb catch swing freely, locking your pruner during use? There's an easy solution: You need a new spring washer. Don't over-tighten the screw, fix it right: replace the spring washer.
While replacing the this screw, make sure you replace the spring washer too. It holds the catch still so it stays locked when locked and stays unlocked when in use. This part may not fit very old Felco pruners.
This seemingly simple part is the heart of your pruner. It acts as a washer for the center bolt and nut and also for the locking segment. It is held fast by the screw for locking segment and has a notch where the catch is caught. Without this simple, flat plate your pruners will not function. Three cheers for the catch plate! Made in Switzerland.
This small but important part stops the center bolt from turning. This keeps your pruner blades set to the proper tension. Made in Switzerland.
This ring holds the bumper in place. Do not remove this ring. It is very difficult to replace. Putting in a new edging ring requires heating the handle of the pruner and should only be done by a professional. Made in Switzerland.
This screw holds the locking segment in place on the Felco models 6, 11, 12 and 100. Loosen it to allow the locking segment to move and the center bolt to turn when making a tension adjustment of the blades. TIghten it again when the pruner is properly adjusted. Made in Switzerland.
Used for adjustment and maintenance of Felco pruners and loppers. Just the right shape for tightening or loosening the center nut. The correct thickness for fitting the screw slots on older models. On newer models use the handy hexagon-shaped cut-outs for slip-free adjustment of all the nuts and bolts on your Felco pruner or lopper.