Simplicity Snowblower Model 860E Parts

Simplicity Snowblower Model 860E Parts
Brand:Simplicity
Model:860E
Product:Snowblower

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$6.74

Replacement Briggs & Stratton fuel line kit with clamps. 1/4 Inch inside diameter, Cut to length.

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$4.76

Briggs & Stratton in-line fuel filter. The filter screen is on the large side of the housing. The port on the large side goes to the fuel tank while the port on the small side of the housing goes to the carburetor.

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$17.81

Small engine recoil starter assembly. This item includes the pulley and spring. The recoil starter engages the drive cup on the flywheel to start the engine when pulled.

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$2.63

Briggs & Stratton flywheel key. The flywheel key aligns the flywheel in the correct position on the crankshaft. If the engine stops suddenly due to hitting a hard object, the flywheel key shears in half to prevent damage to the engine. If the flywheel key is broken, the engine won't start.

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$6.54

Briggs & Stratton rocker cover gasket. Be certain that all surfaces are clean and dry before installing this gasket.

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$3.28

Small engine starter pawl (Nylon). *Sold as a set of Two.

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$9.89

Single can of carburetor & choke cleaner-16oz. Made specifically for Briggs & Stratton engines, dissolves deposits in your carb and choke, reducing maintenance and downtime. Briggs & Stratton Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts are designed and engineered for Safety, Quality and Reliability.

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