Green Machine String Trimmer Model GM21506 Parts

Green Machine String Trimmer Model GM21506 Parts
Brand:Green Machine
Model:GM21506
Product:String Trimmer

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Champion spark plug (RCJ6Y). The spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture in the engine's cylinder to power the engine. If the spark plug is has fouled (if the tip of the spark plug is burnt or damaged), the engine may not start or may run rough.

$1.71

Homelite compression spring. Pushes bump knob back out after string is released.

$18.47

String trimmer bump knob (or spool retainer) with left-hand threads. Color: red.

$20.44

String trimmer bump knob (or spool retainer). Color: black. This part is equipped with right-hand threads.

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$5.35

Homelite rewind spring (recoil spring) and container. If the rewind spring is broken, the starter rope won't retract.

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$1.71

Two-cycle engine intake manifold gasket. If the intake gasket is torn or damaged, the engine may run rough.

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$9.79

Homelite carburetor gasket. If this gasket is torn or damaged, the engine may run rough. Be sure to clean the surfaces around the carburetor gasket before installing it.

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$3.39

Mesh air filter. *No foam filter required per manufacturer.

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Green Machine String Trimmer Model GM21506 Parts

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