Snow Blower Seals and Gaskets
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PartSelect Number PS9294808
Manufacturer Part Number 692236
FRANK from EASTANOLLEE, GA
Screw can out of the carburator throttle baffel and stuck in the exhaust valveNo 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...
PartSelect Number PS9064482
Manufacturer Part Number 693981
PartSelect Number PS9277860
Manufacturer Part Number 391086SThe 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.
PartSelect Number PS8948679
Manufacturer Part Number 299819SThis 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.
PartSelect Number PS9081222
Manufacturer Part Number 7011024YPThis OEM plug is sold individually and measures just over an inch in diameter. It attaches to the case cove of your equipment, is black in color, made of plastic and will need to be replaced when the old plug is dry out, cracking, or generally showing signs of wear. You may observe grease leaking out if this part needs replacing. Dirt can also get into the case if it is cracked, and cause problems over time such as a grinding noise. This is a somewhat challenging repair that requires a screwdriver, pliers, and a wrench.
PartSelect Number PS9274579
Manufacturer Part Number 281370S
Gasket--Float Bowl (Nikki)
PartSelect Number PS9066958
Manufacturer Part Number 698781
Seal-Oil (PTO Side)
PartSelect Number PS8947568
Manufacturer Part Number 291675S
PartSelect Number PS9274449
Manufacturer Part Number 27918
PartSelect Number PS8939869
Manufacturer Part Number 271866S
paul from VADER, WA
replaced worn partstook old off, put new on Read more...