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Rod-Push (Steel) – Part Number: 690981
Rod-Push (Steel)
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
Gasket-CylinderHead – Part Number: 693997
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 ...
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Seal--Oil (PTO Side) – Part Number: 795387
Seal--Oil (PTO Side)
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...
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Cylinder Head – Part Number: 796231
Cylinder Head
PartSelect #: PS9152257
Manufacturer #: 796231
This is a replacement cylinder head kit for your small engine. It contains everything you will need to replace a damaged cylinder head. This is a 12-piece kit that is sold as a unit. This is an OEM pa...   No Longer Available
Seal-O Ring – Part Number: 691917
Seal-O Ring
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...
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Key-Flywheel – Part Number: 222698S
PartSelect #: PS8925657
Manufacturer #: 222698S
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Seal,Oil – Part Number: 391086S
PartSelect #: PS9277860
Manufacturer #: 391086S
The Oil Seal is a manufacturer-approved rubber part which provides a seal between the crankcase and crankshaft by attaching around the axle shaft on the crankhouse housing. Installation is rated as "M...
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Oil Filter – Part Number: 696854
Oil Filter
PartSelect #: PS9065087
Manufacturer #: 696854
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Gasket-Exhaust – Part Number: 690970
PartSelect #: PS9063564
Manufacturer #: 690970
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Gasket-Intake – Part Number: 690949
PartSelect #: PS9063610
Manufacturer #: 690949
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Filter-Oil – Part Number: 492932S
PartSelect #: PS8982169
Manufacturer #: 492932S
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Engine quit due to valve guide sliding out causing rocker arm to be immovable resulting in bent push rods.
Clean engine with a Gunk type product. Remove valve cover. Loosen bolts and remove old cylinder head. One bolt is located inside valve cover area. Remove old gasket and inspect and clean that surface. Attach new head with new gasket using existing bolts. Torque to 18'#s with a cross type pattern. Attach new rocker arms and push rods. Set valve clearance to .004 - .006. Attach valve cover with gasket. Check oil level. Start and let it warm up. Let cool remove cover then check valve clearance again. Replace cover.
Parts Used:
Cylinder Head
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Socket set
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governor not working
Had to pull the engine off the rider mower. Drained the oil took shield off the flywheel. Set it upside down on a 5 gal bucket. Took a 7/16 hand wrench to remove governor lever from bottom of engine. Left it in its location. Pulled 10 1/2 " bolts. Split engine case. Found the old governor had broke into pieces. Had to use a magnet to remove all the pieces. Removed the small clip and removed gear. Lubed shaft slid new on put new clip on. Lined governor weights with center piece tapped it in place very lightly. Cleaned gasket flanges pulled the shaft seal. Used the old seal as a seal driver. When putting the cover back on make sure the seal dont roll out. Take a mini screwdriver and tuck it in around shaft. Put bolts back in and tighten like instructions
Parts Used:
Crankcase Gasket With Bolts Seal--Oil (PTO Side) Gear-Governor
  • rodney from MUSCATINE, IA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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