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Fuel Tank Bushing

Part Number: 580457501
Husqvarna
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 503735801 and 5037358-01.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Husqvarna
Product Number: 580457501
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
Genuine Husqvarna replacement part, this item is sold individually.
The purpose of the Fuel Tank Bushing is to create a seal and prevent leaks from the fuel tank. The fuel line are inserted in to the Bushing.
It is then pressed into the holes provided in the fuel tank.
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Husqvarna
55 EU1 (2007-02) Chainsaw
55 EU1 (2007-02) Chainsaw
55 Rancher (2007-02) Chainsaw
55 Rancher (2007-02) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (2006-02) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (2006-02) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (1998-08) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (1998-08) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (2000-05) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (2000-05) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (2004-01) Chainsaw
55 Rancher EPA (2004-01) Chainsaw
570 (2005-04) Chainsaw
570 (2005-04) Chainsaw
570 (2007-01) Chainsaw
570 (2007-01) Chainsaw
570 (2008-08) Chainsaw
570 (2008-08) Chainsaw
570 EPA (2004-09) Chainsaw
570 EPA (2004-09) Chainsaw
570 EPA (2005-04) Chainsaw
570 EPA (2005-04) Chainsaw
570 EPA (2008-08) Chainsaw
570 EPA (2008-08) Chainsaw
570 XP (2007-01) Chainsaw
570 XP (2007-01) Chainsaw
575 XP (2005-04) Chainsaw
575 XP (2005-04) Chainsaw
575 XP (2007-01) Chainsaw
575 XP (2007-01) Chainsaw
575 XP EPA (2004-09) Chainsaw
575 XP EPA (2004-09) Chainsaw
575 XP EPA (2007-01) Chainsaw
575 XP EPA (2007-01) Chainsaw
575 XP EPA (2005-04) Chainsaw
575 XP EPA (2005-04) Chainsaw
576 XP (2008-08) Chainsaw
576 XP (2008-08) Chainsaw
576 XP EPA (2008-08) Chainsaw
576 XP EPA (2008-08) Chainsaw
455 E (2007-01) Chainsaw
455 E (2007-01) Chainsaw
455 E (2006-06) Chainsaw
455 E (2006-06) Chainsaw
455 (2004-10) Chainsaw
455 (2004-10) Chainsaw
455 (2005-01) Chainsaw
455 (2005-01) Chainsaw
455 (2005-03) Chainsaw
455 (2005-03) Chainsaw
455 Rancher (2006-02) Chainsaw
455 Rancher (2006-02) Chainsaw
455 (2006-06) Chainsaw
455 (2006-06) Chainsaw
455 (2007-01) Chainsaw
455 (2007-01) Chainsaw
460 (2005-03) Chainsaw
460 (2005-03) Chainsaw
460 (2006-02) Chainsaw
460 (2006-02) Chainsaw
460 (2006-06) Chainsaw
460 (2006-06) Chainsaw
460 (2007-01) Chainsaw
460 (2007-01) Chainsaw
51 (1994-06) Chainsaw
51 (1994-06) Chainsaw
51 (1998-06) Chainsaw
51 (1998-06) Chainsaw
51 (2000-05) Chainsaw
51 (2000-05) Chainsaw
51 EPA (1998-06) Chainsaw
51 EPA (1998-06) Chainsaw
51 EPA (2000-05) Chainsaw
51 EPA (2000-05) Chainsaw
55 (1994-06) Chainsaw
55 (1994-06) Chainsaw
55 (1998-06) Chainsaw
55 (1998-06) Chainsaw
55 (2000-05) Chainsaw
55 (2000-05) Chainsaw
55 (2006-02) Chainsaw
55 (2006-02) Chainsaw
55 (2007-02) Chainsaw
55 (2007-02) Chainsaw
55 EPA (1998-06) Chainsaw
55 EPA (1998-06) Chainsaw
55 EPA (2000-05) Chainsaw
55 EPA (2000-05) Chainsaw
55 EU1 (2006-02) Chainsaw
55 EU1 (2006-02) Chainsaw
334 T (2003-05) Chainsaw
334 T (2003-05) Chainsaw
334 T (2003-11) Chainsaw
334 T (2003-11) Chainsaw
334 T (2004-01) Chainsaw
334 T (2004-01) Chainsaw
334 T (2005-03) Chainsaw
334 T (2005-03) Chainsaw
334 T (2006-01) Chainsaw
334 T (2006-01) Chainsaw
334 T (2006-09) Chainsaw
334 T (2006-09) Chainsaw
335 XPT (1997-01) Chainsaw
335 XPT (1997-01) Chainsaw
335 XPT (1999-03) Chainsaw
335 XPT (1999-03) Chainsaw
335 XPT (2001-05) Chainsaw
335 XPT (2001-05) Chainsaw
336 (2003-10) Chainsaw
336 (2003-10) Chainsaw
336 (2004-01) Chainsaw
336 (2004-01) Chainsaw
336 (2005-03) Chainsaw
336 (2005-03) Chainsaw
336 (2006-09) Chainsaw
336 (2006-09) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2003-05) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2003-05) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2003-11) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2003-11) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2004-01) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2004-01) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2005-03) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2005-03) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2006-01) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2006-01) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2006-09) Chainsaw
338 XPT (2006-09) Chainsaw
339 XP (2003-10) Chainsaw
339 XP (2003-10) Chainsaw
339 XP (2004-01) Chainsaw
339 XP (2004-01) Chainsaw
339 XP (2006-09) Chainsaw
339 XP (2006-09) Chainsaw
339 XPT (2005-03) Chainsaw
339 XPT (2005-03) Chainsaw
254 (1996-01) Chainsaw
254 (1996-01) Chainsaw
254 (1998-03) Chainsaw
254 (1998-03) Chainsaw
254 (2001-09) Chainsaw
254 (2001-09) Chainsaw
257 (1996-01) Chainsaw
257 (1996-01) Chainsaw
257 (1998-03) Chainsaw
257 (1998-03) Chainsaw
257 (2001-09) Chainsaw
257 (2001-09) Chainsaw
261 EPA (1998-03) Chainsaw
261 EPA (1998-03) Chainsaw

Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Chain Saw
  • • Saw
Questions & Answers

Part #580457501 Can you give me the dimensions of this bushing. Needing to replace one on my generator. Generac Wheelhouse 5500. Cracked and leaking really bad.
Barry
Hi Barry, sadly we do not have the dimensions for this part, it also looks like you gave us a partial model, we would need the full model in order to find the correct part. Thank you for your question and good luck with your repair!
Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
6 of 6 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Trimmer
Parts Used:
Fuel Hose - 581756201
Air Purge - 503936601
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Hose - 537042401
O-Ring - 537184901
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Nutdriver
Was leaking fuel around the fuel lines that go from the gas tank to the carb.
1 removed outside plastic covers
2. Removed dirt and fuel from around the motor.
3 removed fuel tank
4 removed old fuel lines and grommets from gas tank
5 replaced fuel lines and grommets Be clean entire trimmer.
6 hooked fuel tank back up attached plastic covers.
7 filled fuel tank and checked for leaks and started trimmer. Everything works great just like new.
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2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Hose - 581756102
Bellows - 503782401
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers
Gas line plugged and damaged
Removed gas line and determined it was plugged - also had small crack
Replaced gas line, fuel tank bushing and bellows
To reinstall bushing, remove two rear shock bushings holding gas tank to engine body - this gives you more space to work bushing into tank opening without damaging it.
Run fuel line under kill switch wire and under choke connector
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Air Filter - 537143101
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen Wrench
Fuel tank leaking
Removed plastic protective cover to expose fuel tank. Removed tank screws and replaced bushing and fuel line while I was at it. No issues and fairly easy repair. This was on a Husqvarna pole saw. 326P5X
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Air Purge - 503936601
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Chain Catcher - 503910671
Fuel Hose/38mm - 537042402
Hose - 537042408
Screen - 537252301
Fuel Hose - 591375201
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Nutdriver, Two picks, one straight, one 90 degrees, knife
Prime bulb return line dry rotted, leaking gas.
1. Remove chain and bar( for easy maneuverability), empty gas in tank, then top cover, followed by handle and throttle grip. The throttle has to be disconnected from carb, and you have to spin the linkage to remove because it does not come straight out.
2. You can choose to remove carb, I was able to do repair without removing, probably more difficult, but might have saved a little time. I removed return line and fuel lines and prime bulb from saw, followed by grommets. To remove fuel line you have to open gas tank and pull out filter and fuel line with your 90 degree pick. Remove filter and hose, replace with new.
3. When I replaced grommets and hose, I put a little oil on them to make things go on a little easier. I found it is easier to install grommets on hose first and then install grommets on saw. You can always push and pull hose through.
4. Once all hoses are on and secure, reinstall your filter on line and replace inside tank. I cut about two inches off the tank line before installing filter, just because it seemed a little long, your choice. I only had one line that was bad, but I figured while I was replacing one, might as well do them all, the others are probably going to fail soon.
5. In order to replace exhaust screen, you will have to remove chain break handle, two hex head bolts, slide screen out, slide new one in and done.
6. Once installed, I reassembled everything in the reverse order it come out. Chain brake handle, main handle then throttle cover, remember to install throttle linkage, you have to spin it to get back next to the carb, this can be a little tedious, but make sure it is where it needs to go before bolting main handle on, or you have to take it apart again(my mistake).
7. After throttle cover, replace your top cover, and chain and bar, add gas and your good to go.
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Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Fuel Hose - 591375201
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, twezzers
leaking gas
look at youtube
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Tool Type:
Edger
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen key
Fuel tank was leaking through the old bushing.
1. Remove carburetor.
2. Remove fuel line and bushing.
3. Trim new fuel line at an angle to aid in installation.
4. Thread new fuel line through new bushing.
5. Thread new fuel line into tank and grab the tapered end with a needle nose pliers.
6. Push the new bushing with the installed fuel line through the hole in the fuel tank using a screw
driver to help push the edges of the bushing into the tank.
7. Install the Carburetor.
8. Hook up fuel lines, install all the covers.
9. Purge the fuel system, pull cord, start trimmer and get back to work.
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Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Hose - 581756201
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Nutdriver, Long needle nose pliers
Fuel line and grommet leaking where it exits the fuel tank.
Remove upper handle and lower the throttle handle assembly to access fuel line and grommet where it inters fuel tank. You have to remove carburetor and linkage to lower the lower handle assembly. Feed the new fuel line through the grommet and push the new fuel line through the fuel tank from the outside. You will need long needle nose pliers to grip the fuel line at inside bottom of the fuel tank. Reattach the fuel filter and reassemble.
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Tool Type:
Trimmer
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Oiled Air Filter - 537186301
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Allen wrench
Gas leak when inverted
Removed upper cawling
Removed fuel filter
Removed fuel line & bushing
Placed fuel line through bushing and ran it through the port on tank.
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Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Fuel Hose/38mm - 537042402
Hose - 537042408
Fuel Hose - 591375201
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, sheet rock knife
hard starting
replace the above parts along with the primer bulb
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Tool Type:
Trimmer
Parts Used:
Fuel Hose - 581756201
Air Purge - 503936601
Fuel Tank Bushing - 580457501
Hose - 537042401
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Allen wrench
fuel lines and air purge old and brittle ('09) Husqvarna 223L Trimmer
Removed starter assy housing ( 3allen screws ) just for easier accessability , removed top cover ( 1 allen screw ) - took picture of three fuel lines (routing) - simply removed and replaced all above items mentioned . RUNS GREAT ! Cheaper than buying a new trimmer !
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: Husqvarna
    Product Number: 580457501
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.01 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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