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Tiller Filter- A/C Cartridge
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PartSelect Number PS8987387
Manufacturer Part Number 491588S
This is a replacement air filter/AC cartridge for your small engine. The air filter prevents dirt and debris from entering the engine. Over time, the air filter can become clogged or damaged, and this can lead to reduced performance. This air filter is approximately 4 inches wide and approximately 5 inches long. To replace the air filter, locate the air filter cover on the side of the engine, unscrew it, and remove the old filter. Be sure to clear out any dirt, clippings, or other debris that has found its way into the air filter assembly before you insert the new filter. Reattach the air filter cover, and secure it with the screws. This product is sold individually.
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Barry from FRANKFORT, KY
replaced gasket that go's between the air cleaner housing and carb. cleaned housing and reinstalled with new air filter
Also replaced fuel tank , the built in fuel shut off started leaking , had to replace the tank. Ordered a new one Briggs & Stratton original equipment fit perfect . This is a 25 year old Briggs & Stratton lawn mower 3.5 HP, Runs perfect, starts by the 2nd crank every time. First time I ever had to spend money on it since I bought it new in 1991 Read more...
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Tiller Ring Klip Number T5304-75
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PartSelect Number PS9143890
Manufacturer Part Number 812000029
The Ring Klip Number T5304-75, also known simply as a ring clip, is an OEM part designed to secure your mower wheel to its axle. This part is black, made of metal, and around an inch in length. It is sold individually and may become damaged over time due to wear and fatigue.
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Anthony from OLIVEHILL, TN
Wheel bushings were bad
Removed old clip removed rim from tractor, removed grease fitting on rim, took hammer and screw driver knocked out old bushing turned rim over knocked out other bushing. Press in new bushings reinstalled grease fitting slide tire back on tractor, put retaining washers on then locking clip put on dust cover grease at grease fitting. Repeat other side. Read more...
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Tiller Plug-Spark
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PartSelect Number PS9140427
Manufacturer Part Number 796112S
This part is the replacement spark plug for your engine. It measures approximately 2.5 inches by 1 inch. The spark plug creates the spark that ignites fuel in your engine during the combustion process. Over time, spark plugs can become worn and can go bad, which will prevent the engine from firing. You can test your spark plug for continuity with a multimeter, and inspect it for corrosion if you suspect the spark plug has gone bad. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer and it is sold individually.
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David from KNOXVILLE, TN
Replace carburetor
Loosened engine cover and moved out of the way
Removed air intake and filter
Loosened and disconnected gas line to carburetor
Unscrewed carburetor and disconnected from throttle arm
Reversed process using new carburetor, O-ring and gasket
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Tiller Fuel Tank Assembly W/Fuel Lines Incl. 29
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PartSelect Number PS11812933
Manufacturer Part Number 753-06797
The fuel tank assembly is responsible for storing and supplying fuel to the engine in lawn and outdoor power equipment. It includes the tank, fuel cap, and fuel lines. The fuel tank assembly will fail if the tank develops cracks or leaks, or if the fuel lines can become clogged. When the fuel tank assembly fails, you will notice fuel leakage, restricted fuel supply, stalling, difficulties starting and overall lower performance. Before beginning any repairs, first drain any remaining fuel from the tank for your safety. Disconnect the fuel lines from the tank and remove the fuel tank from the equipment. Position the new tank on to the mounting holes and secure it in place. Connect the fuel lines to the engine and vent to complete your repair.
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Tiller Clevis Pin
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PartSelect Number PS9009427
Manufacturer Part Number 532132673
This clevis pin is an OEM replacement part that is compatible with various makes and models of tiller and is sold as an individual part. The purpose of this pin is to snap or break under a certain amount of pressure if your tiller is jammed, to protect the more valuable components of your tiller. Measuring at approximately 2-inches long and made of high-quality metal, replacing this pin should only require pliers to swap out the old pin for the new.
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Tiller Primer
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PartSelect Number PS11826485
Manufacturer Part Number 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 rated as Easy to install by customers, and attaches to the primer pump assembly. If the part shows signs of breakage, such as cracks appearing due to the bulb drying out, or fatigue, then it must be replaced. Refer to your owners manual/model number to ensure you are choosing the correct part.
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Tiller Fuel Line Grommet
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PartSelect Number PS8859978
Manufacturer Part Number 13211546730
This fuel line grommet is compatible with several types of outdoor power equipment. The fuel line grommet creates a seal where the fuel line enters and exits the fuel tank. It is made of black rubber and this version has 3 holes. If your fuel tank or fuel lines are leaking fuel, or your current fuel grommet is worn out, you should consider replacing it. This item is sold individually.
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Donald from ORANGE PARK, FL
fuel tank leaking around where lines went in tank
took all the old parts off and replaced them Read more...
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Tiller Throttle Cable
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PartSelect Number PS10009725
Manufacturer Part Number 753-06831
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Tiller Fuel Filter
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PartSelect Number PS11826311
Manufacturer Part Number A369000480
This OEM Fuel Filter is a silver and white, steel/felt, part measuring about 1.25 inches in length and 3/4 inch wide. It can be installed with pliers and is rated as Easy to install by customers. This part attaches inside the fuel tank to clean the fuel of debris, and should be replaced during regular maintenance, check your manual for recommended replacement time. If the filter is leaking or it has a blockage preventing fuel flow, then it should be replaced. If the engine sounds like it is not getting enough fuel, then remove the filter and check it for blockage.
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Paul from SENECA, SC
Fuel line grommet rotted
This blower is quite old looked on YouTube. Removed grommet with needle nose pliers. Removed tank to install new parts. I had trouble getting return line off carb so planned to reuse it after grommet was in place. Thin was a mistake because the seated grommet compresses the holes. Took unnecessary time to get it through. With my trimmer with all lines in place. Hardest part was to get the grommet to seat even with silicone. Read more...
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Tiller Air Filter
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PartSelect Number PS9195232
Manufacturer Part Number A226001410
This part is the replacement air filter for your small engine, used for outdoor power equipment. It has a black plastic rim that is approximately 2.5 inches by 2.5 inches. The air filter in your small engine prevents dirt and debris from entering the cylinder, where it can cause more serious damage. If your air filter is clogged, it can decrease your engine performance, and it will need to be cleaned or replaced. If the filter is damaged, it will need to be replaced as well. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer, and is it sold individually.
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Paul from SENECA, SC
Fuel line grommet rotted
This blower is quite old looked on YouTube. Removed grommet with needle nose pliers. Removed tank to install new parts. I had trouble getting return line off carb so planned to reuse it after grommet was in place. Thin was a mistake because the seated grommet compresses the holes. Took unnecessary time to get it through. With my trimmer with all lines in place. Hardest part was to get the grommet to seat even with silicone. Read more...

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