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Cylinder
Cylinder
Part #: A130001070
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2 available
 $43.51
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Gasket-Cylinder
Gasket-Cylinder
Part #: V100000300
In stock
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 $1.35
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A-3
Bolt
Part #: 11060-05253
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $1.35
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Insulator
Insulator
Part #: A200000400
In stock
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 $6.74
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A-5
Nut
Nut
Part #: V263000260
In stock
6 available
 $0.99
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A-6
Gasket
Gasket
Part #: V103000580
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4 available
 $11.27
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A-7
Bolt
Part #: 11060-05253
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $1.35
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A-8
Muffler Assembly
Part #: A030000060
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $148.18
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A-9
Spark Arrestor
Part #: 70029-15120
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $1.71
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A-10
Exhaust Pipe
Part #: 68232-15350
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $6.50
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A-11
Exhaust Deflector
Part #: 68232-15360
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $2.57
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Gasket-Pipe
Gasket-Pipe
Part #: V104001010
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1 available
 $0.99
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A-13
Screw
Screw
Part #: 11206-04120
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $0.99
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A-14
Exhaust Heat Deflector
Part #: V104001030
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $8.52
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A-15
Lock Plate
Part #: 68232-15390
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $1.35
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A-16
Bolt
Part #: 68232-15410
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $1.33
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A-17
Bolt
Bolt
Part #: V203000820
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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Sbalisky
Question: Flywheel Removal

Sbalisky

I can't get the flywheel off to replace it. Anyone have any tips?
UtahAV
Reply: Flywheel Removal

UtahAV

The flywheel is secured to the crankshaft with a nut. Loosen the nut and unscrew it a few turns so that the nut is still on the crankshaft but sits proud of the shaft. The flywheel seats on a taper on the crankshaft. To unseat the flywheel grab it and lift it away from the blower motor and at the same time lightly strike the nut on the end of the crankshaft. Make sure that the nut is in place and that you only strike the nut. If you strike the shaft you will damage the treads or even mushroom the shaft. After a few strikes the flywheel should unseat and become loose on the shaft.

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
FIRST Q- I'm familiar with ZAMA carbs, however, not this exact model. How do I clean the jets? It doesn't run full throttle, only idle, and low. I've had apart and did the usual, but it didn't make a difference. my echos have needles you can take out and it works EVERY time.

SECOND- this thing doesn't turn off, I have to pull the plug or choke it. the diagrams aren't helpful at all in telling me what wires I'm looking for??

THANKS MUCH!!!


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