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Lawn & garden equipment engine air filter
Fix Number FIX12445717
Manufacturer Part Number 35066
$7.54
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Starter Rope
Fix Number FIX9983112
Manufacturer Part Number 590535
$2.99
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Cotter Pin
Fix Number FIX10003638
Manufacturer Part Number 714-04040
This is a single cotter pin, sourced directly from the manufacturer. It is used to hold two parts together. This piece of hardware is used in various types of lawn and garden equipment, and depending on the type equipment, its location can also differ. For this repair you will likely need a set of pliers.
$3.99
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Seal
Fix Number FIX9933432
Manufacturer Part Number 27897
$2.99
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Lock Nut
Fix Number FIX10003356
Manufacturer Part Number 712-04063
$1.99
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Fuel Line Clamp
Fix Number FIX8938782
Manufacturer Part Number 26460
This and an authentic OEM replacement part sourced directly from the manufacturer. Fuel line clamps are used in small engines such as snow blowers, lawn mowers, tillers, and lawn tractors. Fuel line clamps are in place to ensure the fuel line is securely attached to the carburetor. It is important that your fuel line clamps are functioning properly; having a secure fuel line prevents fuel leaks in your engine. This part is made of metal. You will require pliers to install and secure tube clips.
$3.03
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Flange Nut
Fix Number FIX10003358
Manufacturer Part Number 712-04065
$2.99
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Gasket, Carburetor (1/32" thick)
Fix Number FIX8938792
Manufacturer Part Number 26756
$4.07
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Spark Plug Cover
Fix Number FIX9985111
Manufacturer Part Number 610118
$41.70
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Solid State Ignition
Fix Number FIX8955849
Manufacturer Part Number 34443D
This is an authentic OEM replacement part sourced directly from the manufacturer. This solid state ignition produces a spark inside the combustion chamber; this is what ignites the fuel/air mixture in your small engine. This means if your ignition system is not working properly your engine will not start. This solid state ignition is typically used in snow blowers, and lawn mowers. When you aren?t getting a spark it does not necessarily mean ignition failure, be sure that you have checked the other components of the ignition system.

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