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Models starting with 20101

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SEAL – Part Number: 647M001D00
This part number matches the current model number 20101
PartSelect #: PS478144
Manufacturer #: 647M001D00
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USE PRO TJ20101 – Part Number: 20101
This part number matches the current model number 20101
PartSelect #: PS4083675
Manufacturer #: 20101
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Pin hair .14 – Part Number: 20101
Pin hair .14
This part number matches the current model number 20101
PartSelect #: PS12407380
Manufacturer #: 20101
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Filter- A/C Cartridge – Part Number: 491588S
Filter- A/C Cartridge
PartSelect #: PS8987387
Manufacturer #: 491588S
This is a replacement air filter/AC cartridge for your small engine. The air filter prevents dirt and debris from entering the engine. Over time, the air filter can become clogged or damaged, and this...
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Plug-Spark – Part Number: 796112S
PartSelect #: PS9140427
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 the combustion process...
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Carburetor Overhaul Kit – Part Number: 498260
Carburetor Overhaul Kit
PartSelect #: PS8984098
Manufacturer #: 498260
This is a replacement carburetor overhaul kit for your small engine. The carburetor is essential to the overall performance of your engine, and the carb can get clogged up over time for a variety of r...
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Gasket-Crankcase – Part Number: 692232
PartSelect #: PS9066140
Manufacturer #: 692232
This part is the replacement gasket for the crankcase on your engine. The gasket helps to create a seal on the crankcase and prevent leaks. If you notice that your engine is not running at peak perfor...
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Kit-Needle/Seat – Part Number: 398188
PartSelect #: PS8963322
Manufacturer #: 398188
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Nut-Lock, Ni – Part Number: 3296-42
Nut-Lock, Ni
PartSelect #: PS8953555
Manufacturer #: 3296-42
This Ni Nut-Lock, or Nylock Nut, is a Silver 1/4 x 20 metal nut. Sold individually, it can be adjusted using a wrench or socket and torque wrench to the manufacturer specfications, and is used to secu...
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Bowl-Float – Part Number: 796611
PartSelect #: PS9306908
Manufacturer #: 796611
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Key-Flywheel – Part Number: 222698S
PartSelect #: PS8925657
Manufacturer #: 222698S
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Seal-Oil – Part Number: 299819S
PartSelect #: PS8948679
Manufacturer #: 299819S
This OEM Oil Seal is an individually sold rubber part which is attached around the axis shaft on the crankcase housing to provide a proper seal. A broken seal will lead to a leak, and the part should ...
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Float-Carburetor – Part Number: 398187
PartSelect #: PS8961149
Manufacturer #: 398187
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Cover-Air Cleaner – Part Number: 692298
Cover-Air Cleaner
PartSelect #: PS9294822
Manufacturer #: 692298
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Seal-O Ring – Part Number: 270344S
Seal-O Ring
PartSelect #: PS8936675
Manufacturer #: 270344S
The O-Ring is a black rubber part, used to provide a seal between two pieces. It can be used in various locations on a variety of equipment. Installation is rate as "Easy" and will require a screw dri...
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replaced gasket that go's between the air cleaner housing and carb. cleaned housing and reinstalled with new air filter
Also replaced fuel tank , the built in fuel shut off started leaking , had to replace the tank. Ordered a new one Briggs & Stratton original equipment fit perfect . This is a 25 year old Briggs & Stratton lawn mower 3.5 HP, Runs perfect, starts by the 2nd crank every time. First time I ever had to spend money on it since I bought it new in 1991
Parts Used:
Filter- A/C Cartridge Gasket-Air Cleaner
  • Barry from FRANKFORT, KY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
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