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Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Model 445677/0476-E1 Parts

Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Model 445677/0476-E1 Parts
Brand:Briggs & Stratton
Model:445677/0476-E1
Product:Small Engine

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$4.72

Champion Spark Plug (RC12YC). The spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture in the cylinder to power the engine. If the spark plug is burnt, fouled or damaged the engine may not start or may run rough.

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$8.69

Briggs and Strartton in-line fuel filter with 40 micron rating and 1/4" inlet & outlet. If the engine does not start then the fuel filter may be clogged and not allowing enough fuel to enter the carburetor.

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$11.31

Briggs & Stratton Original Equipment 492932S Oil Filter. Length: 2 1/4 inches. For optimum performance, we recommend changing the oil in your small engine after the first five hours of use. After that, change the oil on a yearly basis or after every 50 hours of use (whichever comes first).

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$10.16

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

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$12.48

Briggs & Stratton Original Equipment 696854 Extended Life Oil Filter. For optimum performance, we recommend changing the oil in your small engine after the first five hours of use. After that, change the oil on a yearly basis or after every 50 hours of use (whichever comes first).

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$3.14

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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$13.19

Briggs & Stratton 4-Cycle Engine Oil. (48oz Bottle)
Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower Oil is formulated for 4-cycle air-cooled engines. For optimum performance, change the oil in your small engine after the first five hours of use and then annually, or every 50 hours of use (whichever comes first).

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$5.65

Spark plug wrench designed to fit Briggs & Stratton Over Head Valve engines. Combination 13/16" on one end and 5/8" on the other.

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$7.90

Briggs & Stratton starter gear (also called a pinion gear), 16-tooth, plastic. The starter gear engages the flyhweel to start the engine. If the teeth on the starter gear are worn out, the engine may not start.

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

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Fuel pump. If this fuel pump is being installed on a Intek V-Twin engine originally equipped with a metal fuel pump, related item 1567967. The fuel pump supplies fuel to the carburetor while the engine is running. If the fuel pump is clogged, the engine may not start or may run rough.

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Briggs & Stratton Original Equipment 100005 4 Cycle Oil. (18oz Bottle) Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower Oil is formulated for 4-cycle air-cooled engines. Don't overfill the crankcase when adding oil. Too much oil can damage the engine.

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Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Model 445677/0476-E1 Parts

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