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This is a genuine manufacturer-sourced replacement component which is specially designed for use with Honda engines commonly installed on lawn and garden equipment. Its purpose is to provide an air-tight seal for the carburetor. Over time gaskets tend to wear out and crack eventually requiring replacement to maintain peak performance. This part is made of high-quality composite material and it is sold individually.
It is a genuine item that is supplied by the original manufacturer for use with Honda engines commonly installed on a variety of lawn and garden equipment. This is one of the flange nuts that are utilized to secure the exhaust manifold. A flange nut is designed to provide a tight fit and resist loosening. Replacing it is a simple task that should only require a wrench to remove and secure it. To ensure the correct location, please refer to the diagrams of your model. One durable metal nut-flange is included.
This is a genuine Honda replacement spark plug. It is sourced directly from original equipment manufacturer and it is sold individually. It is designed to ignite the air fuel mixture by the spark. If spark plugs are not checked with regular services, cleaned or changed when necessary, they can cause problems to occur with the engine. Replacing it you should only need a spark plug socket.
This is a genuine OEM sourced replacement spark plug. It is a high quality item used with Honda small engines. A spark plug is used to deliver electric current from an ignition system to an internal combustion engine. You should gap your spark plug according to the owners manual of the outdoor product you have. Please note, (1) item is sold individually.
You will need a spark plug wrench or a socket wrench to replace this part.
This is an authentic manufacturer sourced replacement part designed for use with Honda engines. This carburetor gasket provides an air tight seal between the carburetor and the insulator. Over time gaskets tend to deteriorate and would need to be replaced. It is made out of compound material and it is sold individually.
You would need a screwdriver to replace this item.