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We'll Help You Find Your Craftsman Model Number

Last modified on 10-04-2013
Craftsman makes many different versions of similar models. This means that there's a lot of varying parts from model to model. So we want to make sure the parts you're shopping for, will fit your product. We do this by requiring a model number before you can start finding parts. If you already came prepared with this number, go ahead and enter in the search box above this section or search by model category to the right of this section. Otherwise, you'll need to find this number in your owner's manual or on your product itself.

Craftsman places all of the identifying numbers (including model number) on a rating tag somewhere on your unit. Keep reading to find out where this should be placed on your Craftsman product.

For most of Craftsman’s push mowers you can find the tag on top of the mower, behind the engine. If you need an engine part, you’ll need the engine model number, type, and code as well. This should be engraved on the front of the engine.

For their riding mowers, just lift up the seat and you should see the sticker on the mower body. Again, for the engine in a riding mower, you’ll need to know the model number, type, and code. Lift the hood and you should see it right on top of the engine. That was easy!

Craftsman puts the product tag on the back of snowblowers, between the two wheels and below the place where the handles meet the housing. If you crouch down, you should see it.

Still can’t find your model number? Give us a call and we’ll be happy to help!
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Craftsman Repair Help

We stock a full line of Craftsman spare parts. So if you need a new workbench casters, a heat gun cord clamp, or even a riding mower decal, we have the parts you want. Just find your tool type and model on the right, then use one of our breakdowns to get the part you need fast.

In addition to our selection and fast shipping, we also give you the help you need to ensure that your repair goes as smoothly as possible. This help can be found by visiting our Repair Forum, Repair Center, YouTube channel and by calling our technical representatives.

The Forum is the perfect outlet to ask any and all questions that may come up before, during and after your repair. So, if you're having a hard time determining the cause of a broken Craftsman drill, list the symptoms to our online community and they're bound to help you pinpoint the issue.

Our Repair Center and YouTube channel house our extensive collection of repair videos and articles, each of which will guide you through basic maintenance and step-by-step repairs. Our in-house expert, Mark, will make it easy and simple to install the parts you've purchased from us.

Take advantage of these resources during your next purchase with us, after all, they're free!
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I found parts for my 30 year old craftsman chain saw here, the prices were reasonable and the shipping to Alaska was also reasonable. I ordered the part on Sunday and they shipped it on Monday. I will shop here again.
Peter M.
Alaska, USA
A Long DIY History
Craftsman started in 1927 and the brand’s early customers mostly consisted of farmers. Craftsman’s line of tools often win audience polls for most popular tools in America, including one in Popular Mechanics in 2009. Craftsman tools are also official sponsors of NASCAR and The DIY Network. Craftsman hand tools come with an unlimited lifetime warranty--their power tools include a one-year warranty.
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