The carburetor bowl attaches to the carb float. It is made of metal and is sold individually. This part is an OEM from Oregon, Husqvarna, and Toro for use in engines and snowthrowers. When replacing this item a set of pliers and a socket set might be required during the installation process. This part will need to be replaced if it breaks.
OEM part for: Oregon, Husqvarna, Toro
Part Number: 49-308
Product Description ?
- Classification: Part
- Weight: 0.01 lbs.
- Shipping: Ships Worldwide
This part will fit the following 357 machines
This item works with the following types of products:
- Engine Parts
- Snowblower Parts
- Lawn Mower Parts
- Lawn Tractor Parts
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Pliers, Socket set
No instructions for for the up grade for the battery relocation.Took a very long time for delivery( allmost 2months). The parts that were of high quality.
Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set
Relocate battery box
Install new battery
Repl fuel bowl and casket
Repl primer bulb
Primed and started the lawn mower. Runs ( Ok )
The fuel bowl was corroded and letting in air
Less than 15 minutes
Socket set, Small vise grip to close fuel flow
#2 I removed the float bowl and gasket.
#3 I installed the new float bowl and gasket.
#4 I un clamped fuel hose.
#5 I started mower.
#6 I cut the grass.
#7 I had a beer and a nap.
Would only run after it was primed then die or not start at all. Suspect dirt particle in jet screw.Lawn mower repair shop would have charged $80.00 to repair. I did it for $21.00.
Snowblower running rough
Screwdriver, Socket set, Wrench Set
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