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A1Muffler Assembly (includes 2)
Part #: 753-05669
In stock
1 available
 $23.83
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A2Muffler Gasket
Part #: 753-05670
In stock
1 available
 $5.62
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A3Screw
Part #: 710-04604
In stock
6 available
 $2.26
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A4
Rocker Cover
Part #: 753-05671
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $7.22
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A5Rocker Cover O-Ring
Part #: 753-05672
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $5.65
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A6Spark Plug
Part #: 794-00043
In stock
24 available
 $7.77
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A7Insulator Gasket
Part #: 753-05673
In stock
2 available
 $5.72
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A8Nut
Part #: 712-04099
In stock
1 available
 $3.64
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A9Insulator
Part #: 753-05674
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $8.45
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A10Screw (M5 x 18.7mm)
Part #: 791-181003
In stock
3 available
 $2.99
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A11Carburetor Gasket
Part #: 753-05675
In stock
2 available
 $9.58
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A12Carburetor
Part #: 753-05676A
In stock
8 available
 $38.93
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A13O-Ring, Carburetor
Part #: 791-181751
In stock
9 available
 $3.99
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A14Air Filter Mounting Screw
Part #: 710-04517
In stock
7 available
 $3.99
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A15Air Cleaner Assembly
Part #: 753-05711
In stock
9 available
 $20.11
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A16Air Filter
Part #: 753-05677
In stock
11 available
 $3.99
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A17Throttle Cable
Part #: 753-05679
In stock
2 available
 $15.75
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A18
Cylinder Gasket
Part #: 753-05681
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $5.56
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A19Pawl Assembly
Part #: 753-05635
In stock
3 available
 $7.46
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A20Oil Plug
Part #: 753-05400
In stock
3 available
 $17.25
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A21Oil Fill Tube (includes 3)
Part #: 753-05682
In stock
2 available
 $5.54
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A22Nut
Part #: 712-04137
In stock
1 available
 $3.74
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A23Flywheel Asssembly
Part #: 753-05688
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $24.37
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A24Ignition Module Assembly
Part #: 753-05301
In stock
5 available
 $62.85
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A25
Lead Wire
Part #: 753-05690
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $10.36
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AShort Block Assembly
Part #: 753-05694
In stock
2 available
 $113.37
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ASpark Arrestor Assembly
Part #: 753-05297
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $17.17
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I have a two year old Troy bilt 4 cycle backpack blower model TB4BP, and a Ryobi S430 trimmer BOTH that will start and idle but will bogg down and run with no power and occasionally die when he throttle is engaged. These are gasoline powered and pretty new units. I usually can repair my own engines but Im sumped as to what may cause this issue. :confused:
primerbulb120
Reply: 4 Cycle Blower And Trimmer Not S...

primerbulb120

Try using this starting procedure for them:

1. Set the choke to "Full Choke"
2. Pull the starter rope three times without holding down the throttle (I put one foot through the handle and pull with both hands)
3. Set the choke to "Half Choke"
4. Pull the starter rope until the blower starts (1-3 pulls)
5. Hold the throttle down while changing the choke from "Half Choke" to "Full Choke"

If they still will not run well, their carbs or mufflers may be partially clogged or in need of adjusting. And remember, when you clean a clogged carb it is always good to install the overhaul kit.
ShotOut
Reply: 4 Cycle Blower And Trimmer Not S...

ShotOut

If you are fond of NOT treating your gas with any stabilizers or ethanol killers, gas could have hardened the little teflon and/or mylar fuel pump diaphragms in the carbs. When they stiffen, the machines bog out and wont accelerate. They sell gasket and diaphragm kits for these carbs and they are real easy to install. I find this problem in about 75 to 85% of the machines exhibiting these symptoms.
When the diaphragms are OK, then all it needs to get up and accelerate is usually a Low speed mixture needle adjustment. They are hard to access though and come in different shapes, but really help these lean carburetors to open up and let the engines run. They are set very lean at the factory to accomodate the EPA emission regulations. Post back for more help and advice.
ShotOut
Reply: 4 Cycle Blower And Trimmer Not S...

ShotOut

Another thing to consider on that 4 cycle Blower is the valve adjustment. A valve adjustment is periodically needed to keep everything in time. It can make ALL the difference on how well the machine runs. In your owner's manual, there is a section on how to do it. If not, post back for help. The engines I have seen are small OHV types that have adjustable valves.
1108431
Question: Replacemet Of Back Webbing

1108431

my back webbing/harness for my Troy Bilt gas blower ripped from the medal bracket. How or where can I get a replacement my blower model number is TB4BP , S/N 1j288dd1038 purchased at Lowes on 11/21/08
WJA
Reply: Replacemet Of Back Webbing

WJA

Hello 1108431,

Take a look at the parts diagram for the TB4BP, to see if these are the parts you are looking for.

Here is the link to it TB4BP Parts Diagram.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
WBTHEJ
Question: 753-05694

WBTHEJ

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS SHORT BLOCK ASSY?
WJA
Reply: 753-05694

WJA

Hello WBTHEJ,

The part number 753-05694 short block assembly includes the the following parts. Crank case,piston,gasket,cylinder,cylinder gasket,rocker cover o-ring,rocker cover,rocker cover screw,spark plug ,oil fill tube with screw and gasket, and oil plug with gasket.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
ricksgirl
Question: Backpack Blower

ricksgirl

I bought this last year and used it a few times. We were not living in the house yet. The last time I used it, it worked just fine. There is gas in it and oil. The pull string has seized and we cannot pull it at all. What to do? Replace the pull string?
Burghere
Question: Troy Built Leaf Blower

Burghere

How do I replace the ignition module in a Troy Built BP4BP Backpack Leaf Blower. What needs to be disasembeled?







Robert Beck-Coon
Question: Parts Question

Robert Beck-Coon

I am trying to find a pull handle for my new 4 cycle blower, model number TB4BP. I cannot find the handle or rope in the diagrams and am dead in the water without being able to start the unit.
Ron
Question: Pull String

Ron

How to replace pull string (starter)?
Samuel
Reply: Pull String

Samuel

First you have to remove all of the cover screws (7ea). Remove the cover, if the starter rope has broken from its grip, remove the center screw in the middle of the spool. Gently lift the spool out of the housing and turn it over. Remove all of the old starter rope.

To install the new rope you can first burn the tip of the rope for a second to remove any frayed ends. Now insert the new rope through the grip first and then through the housing grommet, and then into the spool. Make sure the knot does not protrude higher than the area that it it is placed within.

Locate the slot within the spool and wedge the rope into it. Replace the spool into the spring gently as not to disturb it. Replace the center bolt and and then while holding the rope in the slot, rotate the spool counter clockwise, once you have enough tension on the rope it will pull itself in the spool. Allow enough rope in until the spring stops, pull a little out and tie the knot in the grip

Replace the cover and the screws and you are ready to go.

I really liked this for 2 seasons; it started on 1st pull right out of the box & always did afterward.....then the crankshaft failed! Not bearing failure, but crankshaft counterweight EXPLOSION. MADE IN China. You get what you pay for.
W.L.Adams
Review: Troy-Bilt - TB4BP Pull Rope
5 star
W.L.Adams
Very good engine except for the rope starter. It is always hanging
up. It doesn't recoil completely.
ken
Reply: Troy-Bilt - TB4BP Pull Rope

ken

Does the engine fit a tb4bp?
fancyboxy