Tiller Seals and Gaskets

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Tiller Intake Insulator Gasket
PartSelect Number PS10053460
Manufacturer Part Number V103001360
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$5.60
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Tiller Gasket-Fuel Tank
PartSelect Number PS9294811
Manufacturer Part Number 692241
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Tiller Gasket-Fuel Tank
PartSelect Number PS8943841
Manufacturer Part Number 272409S
This fuel tank gasket is an OEM part certified by the manufacturer, and it provides a seal on the gas tank and carburetor of your machine. This fuel tank gasket is gray in color and made of composite materials. It is sold individually and is not part of a kit or assembly. Over time, the gasket can become damaged due to fatigue or wear, or it can dry out and the seal will fail. If you notice fuel leaking from the fuel tank gasket, it is time to replace it. This is a medium-difficulty repair that requires a wrench, sockets, and a screwdriver. You will look to reinstall your new part between the carburetor and gas tank. Note that if your carburetor and tank are separated for any other repairs or maintenance, you will also need to replace your fuel tank gasket regardless of condition, as it is a one-time use.
Installation Instructions
Gerald from MAULDIN, SC
Replace fuel diaphragm, fuel pickup tube and air cleaner
This 5hp B&G was manufactured in 1985! Had been garage kept and always dependable. After 10 years of non use the carb wasn't getting gas. Removed air cleaner box, muffler and crankcase breather to easily remove carb, replace parts and reassemble. Read more...
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Tiller 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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Tiller Oil Seal
PartSelect Number PS8817568
Manufacturer Part Number 10021242031
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Tiller Gasket-Intake
PartSelect Number PS8858319
Manufacturer Part Number 13001642031
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Tiller Gasket-Intake
PartSelect Number PS8941014
Manufacturer Part Number 27355S
Installation Instructions
Gerald from MAULDIN, SC
Replace fuel diaphragm, fuel pickup tube and air cleaner
This 5hp B&G was manufactured in 1985! Had been garage kept and always dependable. After 10 years of non use the carb wasn't getting gas. Removed air cleaner box, muffler and crankcase breather to easily remove carb, replace parts and reassemble. Read more...
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Tiller Gasket-Exhaust
PartSelect Number PS8869736
Manufacturer Part Number 14586642031
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Tiller Plug
PartSelect Number PS9081222
Manufacturer Part Number 7011024YP
This 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.
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Tiller Cylinder Gasket
PartSelect Number PS9235227
Manufacturer Part Number V100000160
This OEM cylinder gasket, also called the head gasket, is positioned between the crankcase and cylinder head in your lawn equipment engine. It seals the combustion chamber to maintain compression and prevent gas or oil leaks. It also acts as a protective barrier, keeping contaminants out of the engine. Signs of a damaged gasket include overheating, leaks, rough idling, loss of power, or misfires. If the gasket is broken, oil and coolant can mix with the combustion chamber, leading to engine damage and costly repairs. Debris and contaminants will also enter the engine, reducing the lifespan of your machine. Consult your user manual for instructions on locating and accessing the cylinder head to replace the gasket. Once removed, carefully scrape off the old gasket using a scraper, being cautious not to damage the mating surfaces.

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