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Air Cleaner Gasket
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PartSelect Number PS9138757
Manufacturer Part Number 795629
The Air Cleaner Gasket is used to provide a seal between the air cleaner base, and carburetor. It's a gray, composite material part, which is rated as "Easy" to install and will require a screw driver, pliers, socket set, and nut driver. It attaches between the base of the air cleaner assembly and carburetor. If broken, damaged or worn down it will allow dirt to enter the carburetor, causing performance issues. If this happens, replace it. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to check if this is the right part.
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Seal--Oil (PTO Side)
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PartSelect Number PS9151828
Manufacturer Part Number 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 as Medium. This part provides a seal around the crank shaft and engine block. When installing onto the engine block around the crank shaft, use something that makes contact around the entire seal, like a large socket or pipe, and tap into place evenly, ensuring that the housing is clean and dry. If the part is broken, likely due to fatigue, there will be leaking oil, and this part should be replaced using the model number on the original part to confirm it is the right fit for your model.
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rodney from MUSCATINE, IA
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 Read more...
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Gasket-Float Bowl
PartSelect Number PS9064482
Manufacturer Part Number 693981
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Gasket--Exhaust
PartSelect Number PS9294808
Manufacturer Part Number 692236
Installation Instructions
FRANK from EASTANOLLEE, GA
Screw can out of the carburator throttle baffel and stuck in the exhaust valve
No compression. Removed the cylinder head. freed the screw, checked the valve to see if it still sealed. Turned the head over with the valves in it, install a spark plug, fill the head dome with gas and see if any leeks out over a 2 hr period. If not you are good to go. Reinstalled every thing with new gaskets and a new carburetor screw. Set the valves to spec. Complete the rebuild and there you have it. Rebuild the carburetor while you have it apart. This motor runs great !!! Read more...
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Gasket--Crankcase (.015 Thick)
PartSelect Number PS9076878
Manufacturer Part Number 697110
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Seal,Oil
PartSelect Number PS9277860
Manufacturer Part Number 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 "Medium" difficulty and requires a screw driver, wrench set and seal puller. A broken seal will cause a leak, and the part must be replaced. Refer to your make, model and diagram to ensure you're choosing the right part. This part comes in black and gray.
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Gasket-Float Bowl
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PartSelect Number PS8945656
Manufacturer Part Number 281165S
Installation Instructions
FRANK from EASTANOLLEE, GA
Screw can out of the carburator throttle baffel and stuck in the exhaust valve
No compression. Removed the cylinder head. freed the screw, checked the valve to see if it still sealed. Turned the head over with the valves in it, install a spark plug, fill the head dome with gas and see if any leeks out over a 2 hr period. If not you are good to go. Reinstalled every thing with new gaskets and a new carburetor screw. Set the valves to spec. Complete the rebuild and there you have it. Rebuild the carburetor while you have it apart. This motor runs great !!! Read more...
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Gasket-Rocker Cover
PartSelect Number PS9307288
Manufacturer Part Number 806039S
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Seal-Oil
PartSelect Number PS8948679
Manufacturer Part Number 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 be replaced. Installation is rated as "Medium" difficulty by customers, and will require a screwdriver, wrenchset and seal puller. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to ensure you've chosen the correct part. This model comes in black and grey.
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Gasket-Cylinder Head
PartSelect Number PS8941204
Manufacturer Part Number 272157S
The cylinder head gasket, also known just as the head gasket, is an OEM part sold individually. Grey in color, the head gasket provides a seal between the cylinder head and the engine block in your engine. Over time, it can become damaged due to wear. You may also need to replace this part any time you have had to remove the cylinder head for any other reason, as the gasket is a one time use. If you suspect your head gasket is damaged, perform a compression test. In doing so, you may hear air escaping from the head gasket area, and you will know this part is responsible. Symptoms that can be exhibited if this part needs replacing include an engine lacking power. Most of our customers thought this was a medium-difficulty repair. The repair requires a wrench or sockets and a torque wrench. When re-installing your head gasket, torque in an alternating patter to the manufacturer specifications for a proper seal.

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