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Fix Number FIX9482322
Manufacturer Part Number 545008013
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Kit Eps Starter
Fix Number FIX9483168
Manufacturer Part Number 576744401
This is a manufacturer-approved starter pulley kit. The starter kit is for rebuilding the chainsaw starter. This kit includes the starter pulley, assist spring, starter hub, and screws. Please be aware that this kit does NOT include the rope and rewind spring. This kit is most commonly needed when the starter hub is worn and the teeth have started to wear off, making it so the pawls are not catching on the flywheel to start the engine. This kit will also be needed if the starter pulley is damaged.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Cannot pull starter cord out or engine will not turn over
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Rope (3 ft.)
Fix Number FIX9472269
Manufacturer Part Number 530069232
This is a 3ft rope for a variety of power tools, most commonly chainsaws. It twists around the pulley of the recoil starter, which will allow you to pull-start the engine. This part is made of a durable nylon, but over time may wear out and snap. When that happens, you will need to replace it. Take note the plastic grip is sold separately.
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Fix Number FIX8899466
Manufacturer Part Number 17722606530
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Fix Number FIX8985240
Manufacturer Part Number 501454101
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Kit - Starter Pulley
Fix Number FIX9472733
Manufacturer Part Number 530071966
This is an OEM recoil starter repair kit for a gas chainsaw. This kit consists of a plastic pulley, hub, return spring, and two screws. If the saw is having trouble starting, replacing the recoil starter kit should fix the problem. The most common reason for installing this kit is to repair a worn starter hub. The teeth are susceptible to wear, in which case it can no longer catch the pawls on the flywheel to start the engine. This kit will also solve the problem of a damaged starter pulley. This kit is also used to retrofit a regular starter into one with a spring-assist feature. The spring-assist features makes pulling the starter rope much easier, as it counteracts some of the resistance of the engine compression. For this repair you will need a screwdriver, torx drivers, long-nosed pliers, and wire cutters.
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Starter Rope
Fix Number FIX9283248
Manufacturer Part Number 505305125
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Fix Number FIX8900822
Manufacturer Part Number 17722006530
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Recoil Spring
Fix Number FIX8986981
Manufacturer Part Number 501763101
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Fix Number FIX9482324
Manufacturer Part Number 545008015