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Spark Plug Bpm-8Y – Part Number: 15901019830
Spark Plug Bpm-8Y
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PartSelect #: PS9263506
Manufacturer #: 15901019830
This Spark Plug Bpm-8y is a silver and white OEM part. Made of steel and ceramic it is individually sold, and is an electrical part. It is installed with a spark plug socket and is rated as Easy to in...
$2.99
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Primer – Part Number: P005003120
Primer
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PartSelect #: PS11826485
Manufacturer #: P005003120
This Primer Bulb is a clear, plastic, individually sold part with an Outer Diameter of 0.720 inches (18.30 mm) and a Height of 0.674 inches (17.12 mm). With Flange: 0.842" (21.40 mm). This part is rat...
$6.03
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Fuel Tank Vent – Part Number: A356000031
Fuel Tank Vent
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PartSelect #: PS9183121
Manufacturer #: A356000031
This a a genuine OEM replacement check valve for your small engine. It is also known as a fuel tank vent. You may need to replace this part if you are noticing debris or dirty oil in the reservoir. Ma...
$6.99
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Washer – Part Number: 69911804560
Washer
PartSelect #: PS9066494
Manufacturer #: 69911804560
This flat washer is a black, metal, individually sold part. If the part becomes damaged due to fatigue it may appear mishapen, and should be replaced. Refer to your owners manual or check your model...
$2.99
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Nut – Part Number: 43302206460
Nut
PartSelect #: PS8969875
Manufacturer #: 43302206460
This OEM Nut is a silver, metal, individually sold part. It can be installed using a wrench or socket by torquing to the manufacturer specifications. This part may become damaged over time due to fa...
$2.99
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Clip – Part Number: 13201309820
Clip
PartSelect #: PS9261895
Manufacturer #: 13201309820
This genuine fuel clip is a silver, metal, individually sold part. It can be installed with pliers and is rated as Easy to install by customers. This part attaches to the fuel filter to secure the fu...
$3.99
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Bolt 6 – Part Number: 69911504660
Bolt 6
PartSelect #: PS9066073
Manufacturer #: 69911504660
$2.99
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Flange Nut 6 – Part Number: 43301903933
Flange Nut 6
PartSelect #: PS9279274
Manufacturer #: 43301903933
$2.99
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Screw 4x12 – Part Number: 90016204012
Screw 4x12
PartSelect #: PS9150374
Manufacturer #: 90016204012
$2.99
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Pin – Part Number: 60561111050
Pin
PartSelect #: PS9044408
Manufacturer #: 60561111050
$2.99
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Spark Arrester Screen – Part Number: 14586240630
Spark Arrester Screen
PartSelect #: PS8867212
Manufacturer #: 14586240630
Also referred to as a Spark Arrester, this Spark Arrester Screen is an authentic OEM replacement part that is not part of a kit or assembly. It is made of metal and sold individually. The purpose of t...
$3.99
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Cutter Blade – Part Number: 69601552632
Cutter Blade
PartSelect #: PS9066006
Manufacturer #: 69601552632
The Cutter Blade (or Cutting blade) is a 7-3/4 inch, silver, metal blade which comes sold in a set of two. They require pliers, and a socket set to install and are rated as "Easy" to install by users....
$7.17
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replaces the circular saw blade
removed the cotter pin...removed the nut holding the blade on by turning clockwise(reversed threads)....removed old blade ...placed new blade....replaced nut turning counterclockwise and tightened...placed a new cotter pin....job done
Parts Used:
8" 20mm 80 Teeth Circular Saw Brush Blade
  • Donald from DISPUTANTA, VA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Socket set
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Echo trimmer had narrow shield. Bought wider one which reduced rocks and debris
Easiest repair ever. Turn the trimmer upside down so you can access the string assembly. Find the small hole in the shaft beneath the string assembly and insert a heavy gauge nail into it to hold the shat in place. Turn the string assembly counterclockwise until it comes off. Lift off the round metal piece that was under the string assembly.Find the 3 screws holding the shield in place and unscrew them. Pull the shield off. Install the new one in reverse order. I used the original hex screws as the new ones were philips head. Hex worked perfectly. I was amazed how easy thus was to do.
Parts Used:
Shield Assembly.
  • Robert from COEUR D ALENE, ID
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Added extra decals to the tube
Ordered two extra Echo Decals for the front tube. Original was not installed correctly from factory. So I added two extra to make it look better. This was for my ECHO 8010T Leaf Blower. Nice machine..
It looks real nice with four decals on the end..
Parts Used:
Label-Echo
  • Benny from BURTON, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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