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This is an authentic OEM product from Kawasaki which is designed for use with engines commonly installed on lawn and garden equipment. It provides an air-tight seal for the oil filler. Over time the material may wear out and begin to crack eventually requiring a replacement. This item is sold individually and is made of durable rubber. Check the diagrams of your model for the correct installation of this O-ring. Note, you will need a properly sized or an adjustable wrench to remove and resecure the bolt that holds the filler tube in order to perform this repair.
This is an authentic replacement bolt designed for Honda small engines. This is a standard hardware bolt which has multiple uses based on your engine. Please refer to appropriate diagrams for correct application. It is made out of metal and it is sold individually. When installing or removing this bolt you would need a wrench.
This is a genuine Power Wheels replacement part, it is sold individually.
The purpose of the Cap Nut is to secure the wheels on the models shown below.
When removing this part it usually will be damaged in the process.
It is advisable to order a few extra to keep on hand.
This is a genuine manufacturer approved replacement part designed for use with Power Wheels battery powered vehicles. This wheel connects to the gearbox and drives the unit. It is made out of plastic and it is sold individually. To complete this repair you would need a wrench.
This control switch is a high quality item that is specially manufactured for use with Power Wheels electric cars. It allows user to easily turn the motor on with a simple push of a button. Mechanical switches over time tend to wear away eventually requiring replacement. One durable plastic switch is included per order.
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