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Manufacturer #:796112S
This part is the replacement spark plug for your engine. It measures approximately 2.5 inches by 1 inch. The spark plug creates the spark that ignites fuel in your engine during th...
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Manufacturer #:692198
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Manufacturer #:490179
This rewind starter spring or as it is also known, recoil spring, rewinds the pull robe back into the starter housing of your engine. The spring is made of metal, silver colored, a...
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Manufacturer #:299819S
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Manufacturer #:691604
The clutch ball allows the center part of the ratchet to turn backwards freely but catch when turned forward in your engine. This is an OEM part that is made of metal, and it is si...
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Manufacturer #:27549S
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Could not keep an aftermarket muffler on the engine.

Muffler – Part Number: 493288
  • Customer: Richard from KERNERSVILLE, NC
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: 15 - 30 mins
  • Tools Required: Wrench set
  • 2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Once I determined what OEM muffler I needed, installation was relatively easy. I have a 1982 4hp Briggs on my Snapper tiller. There was a 90* galvanized elbow coming out of the exhaust port, with a bezel nut to lock it down. Do not remove the elbow, even though it appears that you should. If you install the muffler without the elbow the muffler will parallel... read more