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Fuel Drain Plug Gasket 951-11349A

OEM part for: Yard Machines, MTD, Yard Man, Craftsman, Troy-Bilt, Cub Cadet, Bolens, Husky

Part Number: 951-11349A


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This is an authentic OEM part from Yard Machines for use with Snow Blowers, Engine, Tillers, Lawn Mowers, Log Splitters, Chipper Shredders and Lawn Tractors. The carburetor float bowl gasket seals the gap between the carburetor body and the top of the carburetor float bowl. This part is sold individually. The tool needed to replace the carburetor float bowl gasket is a wrench set. Let the engine cool and drain the gas tank before installing this part. Work in a well-ventilated area and wear work gloves to protect your hands.

  • Classification: Part
  • Weight: 0.10 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

Compatibility

This Fuel Drain Plug Gasket will fit the following 1358 machines. Confirm this part works with your model, and view the detailed model diagrams and repair help we have to offer.

MTD

Yard Man

Yard Machines

Craftsman

Troy-Bilt

Cub Cadet

Bolens

Husky

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This item works with the following types of products:

  • Lawn Mower Parts
  • Snowblower Parts
  • Chipper / Shredder Parts
  • Log Splitter Parts
  • Lawn Tractor Parts
  • Engine Parts

This part replaces obsolete part #: 951-11349, 951-11349 (Furnish 951-11773, Carburetor Kit Major), 751-11349

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Medium 15-30 minutes (5 rated repairs)?

bowl leaking gas

Dennis - December 19, 2015
👍 1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type

Snowblower

Difficulty

Easy

Time

Less than 15 minutes

Tools Used

Wrench Set

Replaced bowl gasket, with gas tank off tipped snowblower on its side so I could remove old gasket and replace with new, tipped upright and re-installed gas tank started and ran for 15 minutes, shut off and let sit to make sure no more fuel leaks.
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Engine surging

Michael - December 29, 2023
Tool Type

Snowblower

Difficulty

Medium

Time

More than 2 hours

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Liquid carburetor parts cleaner

1. Remove engine control dials and buttons.
2. Remove unit drive belt cover (necessary for access of 1heat panel bolt.
3. Remove 2 screws from electric starter control (necessary for panel removal).
4. Remove all bolts for muffler heat panel and remove panel.
5. Loosen and remove 2 carburetor acorn nuts and carefully remove panel being mindful of
ignition control wires, choke control linkage and bracket, crankcase recirculating hose
and carb primer hose.
6. With panel removed, fuel can be drained from tank using upper bolt on on carb drain
bowl or disconnecting fuel tank feed line.
7. Carefully remove carburetor being mindful of throttle and governor spring linkage and
gasket location.
8. Disassemble carb fuel bowl, float/valve assembly and immerse carb in cleaner for an
overnight soak.
9. Remove carb from cleaner, rinse and inspect. If engine was surging, the most likely
cause is a clogged jet/flow manifold located in the central column of the bowl area.
Compressed air will be necessary for this cleaning process.
10. After confirmation of a clear jet, reassemble carb and re- install in reverse order.
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Gas leaking out of sediment bowl

Dale - December 20, 2022
Tool Type

Snowblower

Difficulty

Medium

Time

15-30 minutes

Tools Used

Wrench Set, Orange pick

1. Removed drain screw from
sediment bowl
2. Removed sediment bowl
3. Removed sediment bowl oring
gasket
4. Replaced sediment bowl oring
gasket with the new one
5. Replaced gasket on screw that
Mounts sediment bowl
6. Mounted sediment bowl
7. Replaced gasket on sediment
bowl drain screw
8. Replaced sediment bowl drain
screw

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Carburetor bowl leaking gas

Peter - January 11, 2021
Tool Type

Snowblower

Difficulty

Medium

Time

Less than 15 minutes

Tools Used

Adjustable Wrench

Removed and replaced two gaskets on bowl and drain plug. Primed and started with little issue.
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Fuel was leaking around float bowl bottom of carburetor

jim - February 1, 2018
Tool Type

Snowblower

Difficulty

Easy

Time

Less than 15 minutes

Tools Used

Socket set

Tilted snowblower onside removed float bowl
Remove old O ring
Cleaned were O ring goes
Installed new O ring with a dab of grease to hold in place
Reinstalled fuel bowl and tighten down screw to hold in place
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