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Swivel Assembly – Part Number: 2518
Swivel Assembly
This part number matches the current model number 2518
PartSelect #: PS16312892
Manufacturer #: 2518
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Rod-Push (Steel) – Part Number: 690981
Rod-Push (Steel)
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PartSelect #: PS9062983
Manufacturer #: 690981
This is a replacement steel push rod for your lawn tractor engine. The engine will have two push rods; one made of steel, and one made of aluminum. This part is made of steel and is approximately 6 in...   No Longer Available
Starter Pawl-Ratchet – Part Number: 281505S
Starter Pawl-Ratchet
PartSelect #: PS8942598
Manufacturer #: 281505S
The manufacturer-approved Ratchet Pawl (Starter Pawl) comes in a set of two (2). This part attaches inside the recoil assembly, and is used to engage the flywheel. if broken due to wear/damage it will...
$3.94
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Gasket-CylinderHead – Part Number: 693997
Gasket-CylinderHead
PartSelect #: PS9067184
Manufacturer #: 693997
This is a replacement cylinder head gasket for your small engine. The gasket is approximately 5 inches in length and 5 inches in width at its longest and widest points. The gasket creates a seal, and ...
$28.12
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Kit-Needle/Seat – Part Number: 398188
Kit-Needle/Seat
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PartSelect #: PS8963322
Manufacturer #: 398188
$7.41
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Pulley/Spring Assembly – Part Number: 498144
Pulley/Spring Assembly
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PartSelect #: PS8988822
Manufacturer #: 498144
$20.82
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Seal--Oil (PTO Side) – Part Number: 795387
Seal--Oil (PTO Side)
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PartSelect #: PS9151828
Manufacturer #: 795387
This OEM Seal-Oil (PTO Side), also called the Oil Seal, is a Black, Nitrile Rubber, 2/14 O.D., individually sold part which is installed using a Seal Puller. Customers rate the installation difficulty...
$8.13
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Connector-Hose – Part Number: 692317
Connector-Hose
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PartSelect #: PS9074730
Manufacturer #: 692317
$7.29
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TT Screw 1/4-20 x 0.5 – Part Number: 710-0599
TT Screw 1/4-20 x 0.5
PartSelect #: PS9298768
Manufacturer #: 710-0599
$3.77
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Seal-O Ring – Part Number: 691917
Seal-O Ring
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PartSelect #: PS9294749
Manufacturer #: 691917
The Seal-O Ring, also known as the gasket, is red in color, made of rubber, and is an OEM part that requires some skill to replace. This part is designed to create a seal between the carburator and ma...
$4.66
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Bowl-Float – Part Number: 796611
Bowl-Float
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PartSelect #: PS9306908
Manufacturer #: 796611
$7.53
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Gasket-Float Bowl – Part Number: 693981
Gasket-Float Bowl
PartSelect #: PS9064482
Manufacturer #: 693981
$4.18
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Lost my main jets while cleaning old gas from carb.
I removed the fan shroud, the carb/manifold as an assembly,turned the carb upside down and removed the fuel bowl. I replaced only one jet. Not until this moment did I discover their were two jets in this nikki carb. I now have a second jet ordered and will install it Friday,hopefully. These jets are two different part numbers as one is a left jet and the other is a right one. Be careful when opening the fuel bowl as these jets are held in their bores by small O-rings, and nothing else. The brigg's and Stratton part numbers are 791501 for the left jet and 791502 for the right.
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Jet--Main (Standard)
  • dan from EASTPORT, ME
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench set
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Mistreated Briggs & Stratton 206 CC Engine on MTD Chipper
Removed tank and drained old gas.
Removed and disassembled carb. Needed new gaskets and seals, and had to clean corn syrup glaze (separated ethanol) from bowl and everywhere else with carb cleaner.
Throttle linkage was de-plating/rusty. Steel wool and WD40 got it moving again.
Cleaned spark plug electrode.
Reassembled, poured Sea Foam in the bottom of the tank and gave it a few pulls.
Let Sea Foam sit for a while, then filled the tank with Premium.
Blew white smoke for a minute then ran like new. Shredded for a while, then changed the oil.
Parts Used:
Kit-Carb Overhaul
  • Dana from HAMMOND, IN
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
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Exhaust push rod
Reverse of how i took broken exhuast value out.
It was simple just watch what you do. Also make sure you lash the value. U tube it.
Parts Used:
Rod-Push (Exhaust)(Aluminum)
  • GERALD from CLIO, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Socket set, Wrench set
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