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Bolens BL110 (41AD110G965) Trimmer Parts

Engine Assembly
General Assembly
Engine Assembly
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Rear Cover Assembly
 $13.06

Part Number: 753-06194

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Cover Screw
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Part Number: 791-181345

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3
Housing Screw
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Part Number: 791-181862

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O-Ring
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Part Number: 753-06174

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Flywheel Assembly
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Part Number: 753-06175

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Bell Washer
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Starter Housing
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Clutch Drum Assembly
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Clutch Cover
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Muffler Assembly
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Part Number: 753-06418

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Exhaust Gasket
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Part Number: 753-04619

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U-shaped Nut
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Part Number: 791-182366

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Fuel Tank Assembly
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Part Number: 753-06183

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Screw
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Fuel Cap Assembly
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Part Number: 791-182612

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Module Assembly
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Spark Plug
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Part Number: 753-06847

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Crankcase Bolt
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Part Number: 791-182723

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Crankcase O-Ring
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Insulator Assembly
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Insulator O-Ring
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Carburetor O-Ring
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Part Number: 753-06185

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Carburetor
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Part Number: 753-06190

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Aircleaner Cover Assembly
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Air Filter
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Part Number: 753-06085

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Throttle Cable
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Part Number: 753-06188

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Lead Wires
 
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Part Number: 753-06187

Discontinued

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Anti-Rotation Screw
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Part Number: 791-182519

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30
Clamping Screw
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Part Number: 9689A

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31
L-Nut #10-24 Thd.
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Part Number: 712-0161

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32
Air Cleaner Gasket
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Part Number: 753-06253

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Muffle Screws
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Part Number: 753-06294

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Short Block Assembly
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General Assembly
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Throttle Housing and Trigger Assembly
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Part Number: 753-04234

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Switch
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Part Number: 791-182405

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3
Throttle Trigger
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Part Number: 753-04119

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4
Throttle Trigger Spring
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5
Flexible Drive Shaft
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Part Number: 753-06065

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Drive Shaft Housing Assembly
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D-Handle
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D-Handle Hardware Assembly
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Part Number: 753-06199

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Guard Mounting Hardware
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Part Number: 753-04282

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Shield Assembly
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Part Number: 753-06200

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Blade Assembly
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Part Number: 753-05033

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Outer Spool Assembly
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Part Number: 753-04284

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13
Spring
 $7.09

Part Number: 791-610317B

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Inner Reel
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Part Number: 753-1155

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Bump Head Knob
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Questions & Answers

How do you replaced the trimmer line on this model
Gordon for model number BL110
Hello Gordon, thank you for your inquiry! As previous answered on our questions page, the video below will assist you with this inquiry. Thank you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KB4SQXjDI7E
How do you take the head off?
John for model number Bl110
Hello John, thank you for your inquiry! Attached is a video that will give you a general idea on how to take the head off your Bolens trimmer. Thank you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVISTopGOxc
How to replace fuel lines ? Is there soppose to be something that hold prime bulb line in tank???
Peewee for model number BL100
Hello Peewee, thank you for your inquiry! Attached is a video that will help with your repair. I hope this information helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KB4SQXjDI7E
Is there a rebuild kit for the carburetor
Keith for model number BL110
Hello Keith, thank you for your inquiry! There is not a rebuild kit available for carburetor 753-06190. I apologize for the inconvenience.
My weed eater will not start. The spark plug stayes dry no fuel on it. There is a round peice of rubber inside the primer bulb. What is this peice and can I get this part
Terry for model number Bolens bl110
Hello Terry and thanks for writing. Carburetor Part Number: 753-06190 is in the list of compatible items for your model it has the primer bulb included . Hope this helps . Please contact us anytime.
Hi I have a bl110 string trimmer that will not start ,the rear cover assembly somehow rubbed against the connecting rod and put a hole in the cover creating an air leak. Cannot figure out what caused this to rub. If I put a new cover on will it do it again? There is no play in crank that I can see
Terry for model number Bl110
Hello Terry and thanks for writing. Yes. Part Number: 753-06194 is in the list of compatible items for your model. Hope this helps . Please contact us anytime. It is possible that the little screws came loose and therefore the cover moved and got damaged.
I am looking for the part for the pull string start to coil back into. Pull string out. No recoil. Can you help and do i need to pull rope and the housing it goes back into?
Shelly for model number Bl100
Hello Shelley, Thank you for your question. Any parts in the starter are only available through purchasing the starter assembly itself under part 753-06195 for your model. Hope this helps!
What is the oil gas mixture for this trimmer?
Roger for model number BL110 25cc
Hello Roger, Thank you for writing. Thoroughly mix the proper ratio of 2-cycle engine oil with unleaded fuel in a separate fuel can. Use a 40:1 fuel/oil ratio. Do not mix them directly in the engine fuel tank.Hope this helps
Which fuel lines go where? BL110 which one is the feed line and which one is the return line?
John for model number BL110
Hello John and thanks for writing. Here is our video on how to do this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCC1qO75zDk
the Pumop up bulb has gone bad. What is the part numbe rfor the replacement?
Mike for model number BL110
Hello Mike, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is Part Number: 753-06190, The bulb is only sold as part of the Carburetor. Hope this helps!
What is the gas mixture for the BL110.
Gary E. Sturgeon for model number BL110
Hello Gary and thank you for writing Thoroughly mix the proper ratio of 2-cycle engine oil with unleaded fuel in a separate fuel can. Use a 40:1 fuel/oil ratio. Do not mix them directly in the engine fuel tank.Hope this helps
Were can I buy a fuel pump bulb to go on the carburetor
Frank Diego for model number Bolens BL110 (41AD110G965) Trimmer Parts
Hello Frank and thank you for writing Carburetor Part # 753-06190 is in the list of compatible items for your model. This comes only with the carburetor .Hope this helps
Cant I get the replacement cover to put more strings on. What do I do to take off?
Bobby for model number Bolens L110
Hello Bobby, Thanks for your question! You would need the inner reel, that is the part that holds the string-Part Number: 753-1155. To get at the inner reel you would need to carefully remove the bump head knob, ensuring you do not lose the spring or little washer that goes on above the inner reel inside the outer spool assembly. Once the cutting line is wound in the Inner Reel, it is inserted into the Outer Spool Assembly. It is attached to the trimmer by threading on the Bump Head Knob Assembly. The Diameter of the line that is recommended for theses Trimmers is .080 We hope this helps!
how do you remove the outer spool assembly on the BL 110 without the bump device?"
Mike for model number BL110 (41AD110G965)
Hello Mike, Thank you for your question. Take the knob, string reel and spring off the trimmer. Keep the spring if you didn't purchase a replacement. Remove the star retaining washer by cutting or prying it off the shaft. Remove the outer housing and clean the shaft then install the new housing and push on the net retaining washer. A deep 1/2" or 9/16 socket works well for pushing the washer into place. Reload spool and reassemble with the spring, spool and knob. Hope this helps!
I'm looking to order the fuel tank assembly(#14 in the parts break down) but there's a note saying #21 Insulator ass'y & #22 insulator o-ring are included with the tank...why? Is there an assumption the carburetor will need to be replaced as well? Because in the breakdown #21 & #22 are part of the carburetor assembly. Thanks for any help
Paul for model number BL110
Hello Paul and thank you for writing It includes the fuel lines, fuel cap, and fuel filter. It is a common part in gas trimmers that is used to hold the fuel needed for the engine. It is very important to replace the fuel tank if it is cracked or damaged to avoid further damage or serious injuries. Make sure to drain the gas tank before starting a repair. often when you change the fuel lines and tank you would also change or clean the carburetor, depending on the symptoms of your unit. Hope this helps
How to Replace string
Lewis for model number Bl 110
Hello Lewis, Thank you for your question. We have provided a link to our video showing how to replace the line on your trimmer; https://www.youtube.com/embed/4hHXXXv8QKY?autoplay=1&rel=0 We hope this helps! Good luck with your repair.
where can i buy a line cutting string spool
john vertino for model number bl110
Hello John, thank you for inquiring. The replacement for your model is Inner Reel part number 753-1155. To place an order, please feel free to contact customer service by phone or you may do so online. Good luck with your repair!
Need replacement primer bulb, carburetor is good, no need to replace.
Chuck for model number BL110
Hello Chuck and thank you for writing. Sadly we only carry the full carb. and not the singular purge bulb. For more specialized assistance or to speak with someone about this, we would suggest calling the manufacturer of the unit directly. Once you get the information you need, we should be able to find the information on our site for you. Hope this helps
replace Clutch Drum Assembly
Ivan for model number bl110
Hello Ivan and thanks for writing! The clutch drum assembly for your model BL110 is part number 753-06180. I hope this information helps!
What is the gap for the spark plug Bl110
James for model number Bl110
Hello James and thank you for writing. The spark plug gap should never exceed .055" unless pre-set by the manufacturer. Spark plug gap is where spark plug spark discharge is designed to take place. On a conventional spark plug, it is the area between the center and the ground electrode. Please check your manual as well. Hope this helps. Contact us anytime.
How do I remove the shaft from the clutch assembly
Frederick for model number Bolen 110 gas trimmer
Hi Frederick, Thank you for your question. Here is a link to one of our videos from YouTube that you may reference on how to remove/install the clutch assembly, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FcFkbxhAXU. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!
Can I use a universal head, if I can which one.
Joe for model number BL110
Hello Joe, Thank you for the question. Very sorry but we do not carry Universal parts or information, just OEM parts. We hope this helps.
Where can I get a primer bulb. Mine has a hole in it
Grant Hughes for model number BL 110
Hello Grant, thank you for your question. The primer bulb for this unit is only available by ordering the carburetor replacement, which is Carburetor Part Number: 753-06190. Good luck with your repair.
How to disassemble to repair recoil rope ?
Kerwin for model number Bolens BL110
Hello Kerwin, thank you for your inquiry. Attached is a link to repair instructions. We hope this information helps! https://www.ereplacementparts.com/starter-housing-p-985114.html#RepairInstructions
Venden la cabeza del motor?
Jose for model number Bl110
Hello Jose, thank you for your inquiry. All parts for the trimmer head are sold separately. You will need 753-04284, 791-610317B, 753-1155, and 791-153066B. We hope this information helps.
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Question: Flexible Drive Shaft Part Numbe...

dctindiana

My unit has two separate drive shafts, one upper the other lower. Is this one piece that replaces them both or is it one of the two I need? They really look different not like each other.
Hello dctindiana This thread is showing a Bolens BL110 trimmer model which has only the one piece driveshaft. Your unit may work with that. Recheck your Bolens model number and come back on here to view the parts diagram for it to be sure. Many trimmer units have the 2 drive shaft system with a coupler in between. Here is what I saw on the BL110. Fitting the single piece driveshaft on your machine will depend on orientation with the motor housing assembly and the lower gearhead assembly.

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/drive-shaft-housing-assembly-p-848712.html
My bolens bl110 also has a slit drive shaft. I can’t find attachments because the drive shaft connector is on the lower shaft not the upper. There are different serial # combos for the bolens bl110 so some DO have the split drive shaft.
Question: Replace Starter Cord

emmet

how do you remove the clutch a9 so you can r eplace the starter housing a8 on my bl110 trimmer
Hi emmet When I get to the clutch itself, I use a flat chisel and hit the ears on the clutch assembly with it to turn it on the crankshaft. Some penetrating oil in the middle can help loosen it. There is a hidden size T-20 screw in the clutch drum which you loosen to remove the clutch drum. It does not come all the way out. It is designed that way. Here is a tutorial from THIS site.

https://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/1771/How_to_Remove_a_Trimmer_Clutch.html
Question: Bolens BL-110 Spark Module Clear...

1534427

Hello:
I'm replacing the spark module in my Bolens (MTD) BL-110 string trimmer, and have a question as to the clearance between the rotating magnet assembly and the fixed module.

Once the old module was off I noticed that one side of the rotating magnet assembly was worn and had been touching the fixed assembly (module). That might be why there wasn't much of a spark.

My question is, what is the correct clearance between the rotating magnet assembly and the fixed spark module. If I tape a couple of pieces of masking tape both rotating magnets clear the fixed module by .010" inch. Is that too little or too much, and what is the recommended clearance, and how close do the tolerances need to be to spec.
Pics are attached showing the two different parts of the rotating magnet assembly.

link removed

Thanks for any info.
Hello A clearance of .010" is fine. You can also use a standard business card as a gauge to set the air gap.. It's thickness is about .010" as well.
[QUOTE=ShotOut;104285]Hello A clearance of .010" is fine. You can also use a standard business card as a gauge to set the air gap.. It's thickness is about .010" as well."

I kinda figured the gap should be pretty small, but didn't know if it should be .010" or .025" like the spark plug gap, or a bit larger.

Near as I can determine the magnetic assembly is out of round by about .007" so if I set the one side at .010" the other side will be at .017". I can fudge it a bit, and make one side .007" and the other side will be .014".

Which option would you recommend, .010"/.017" or .007"/.014" ?
Whatever you recommend I'll apply some blue Locktite on the screws to keep everything in place.

I appreciate the help.
Try the .007/.014. The out of round problem is of some concern, but the magneto should still spark. Do not let it rub. Ignition module screws from the factory have the red threadlocker on them. It will certainly hold better. The recommended clearance is about.006-.010" I think.
[QUOTE=ShotOut;104307]Try the .007/.014. The out of round problem is of some concern, but the magneto should still spark. Do not let it rub. Ignition module screws from the factory have the red threadlocker on them. It will certainly hold better. The recommended clearance is about.006-.010" I think."

I took your advice and re-assembled everything. I had spark but it wouldn't start. I tried starting fluid, priming and it still wouldn't start. It seemed like it was an electrical problem, because it didn't pop or even sputter. It could have been the spark plug but I can't ever remember a spark plug going bad, and besides I had spark. But I will admit, it looked a bit weak. I took the carb apart, but they are a pretty simple affair on a two stroke engine and I figured not too much could go wrong.

The only other electrical system was the kill switch. I removed it and the continuity tested OK. I rang out the lines to the spark module and they tested OK. But when I attached the wires to the kill switch and rang them out against the spark module the readings were not correct. Instead of going from 0-1 it went 0-.01 (??) So I figured I'd just remove the kill switch from the circuit and see what happens. To my surprise it started right up after a few pulls. To shut it off, closing the choke acted like a kill switch. So it looks like something in the kill switch circuit was causing the problem. It makes no sense, but it's working now with the kill switch disconnected.

I used Blue Locktite because I figured I'd be taking this apart again, and I will be doing it one more time just to satisfy my curiosty by adding the kill switch back into the circuit, and see if it starts. I have a feeling it will, but we shall see. When I can confirm one way or the other if the kill switch is at fault, then I'll secure everything with Red Locktite. But I might use Blue on that stupid captive screw inside the clutch assembly.

One takeaway from all of this. I can assemble and re-assemble this striing trimmer very quickly.
Hello akalian Those kill switches are a cheaply made affair and are known to sometimes go bad. I have a trimmer identical to yours and just removed it altogether. I realize choking it down till it dies is not really helping the engine any. If anything, it is actually dumping a bit of very rich raw fuel mix into the crankcase of the thing since it does not get used by the engine.
Hope things stay good with it and sounds like to me you have it under control.
[QUOTE=ShotOut;104368]Hello akalian Those kill switches are a cheaply made affair and are known to sometimes go bad. I have a trimmer identical to yours and just removed it altogether. I realize choking it down till it dies is not really helping the engine any. If anything, it is actually dumping a bit of very rich raw fuel mix into the crankcase of the thing since it does not get used by the engine.
Hope things stay good with it and sounds like to me you have it under control."

Today was the big test. After I got everything back together and it started up, I shut it off and put it away. I mowed the lawn today and got it out for the big "test".

Fortunately it passed with flying colors. It started right up and ran great the whole time.

So it was either a bad spark module, or a bad kill switch. Or both, maybe? The armature rubbing on the spark module couldn't have done it any good, and that's fixed with the new spark module.

I appreciate all the help I got on the forum and the great service I got from ereplacementparts.com shipping the correct part quickly.
Question: Bolen Fuel Lines

CEllis

Does anyone know where the lines are supposed to go? I fear that I may have put them onbackwards.
Hello CEllis Check out this tutorial. I hope it helps you.

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/6125/How_to_Replace_Fuel_Lines_on_2Cycle_Engines.html
Question: Choke Switch Bl 110

anewnham

out of the box today, plus choke switch breaks. Looking around for my Lowes receipt now. Looked at this site to see if I can just buy the thing. But its only sold with the whole carburetor. calling their 1800 number now. how I hate that.
Hello anewnham If you just need the little plastic lever that goes on the end of the choke shaft, they have them on ebay. There may be some on Amazon as well. Most of them I saw were for the Zama carburetors, but they are plastic and they are out there.
Question: Drive Shaft

1188408

Does the Drive Shaft Housing Assembly include the driveshaft?
WJA
Hello 1188408,

The part number 753-05748 drive shaft housing assembly does include the drive shaft.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Question: Fuel Line Assembly 791-683398

lcrow

Is this fuel line assembly compatible with a Bolen BL110 string trimmer?
WJA
Hello lcrow,

I don't show that the part number 791-683398 fuel line assembly is compatible with the Bolens BL110 Trimmer. You can get the fuel lines if you order the fuel tank part number 753-06183. But it looks as if this part is on a factory back order with no delivery date. You may want to try a local small engine repair center to see if they have the right size line for your trimmer.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Question: Fuel Tank Assembly 753-06183

lcrow

does fuel tank assembly contain fuel line, fuel return line and filter?
WJA
Hello lcrow,

To answer your question. The part number 753-06183 fuel tank assembly. Does come with both fuel lines, filter and cap.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Question: Drive Shaft Housing Assembly

golflinx

Can the Outer Spool end of the shaft be removed? I am experiencing a problem
installing the flexible shaft into the end of
the Shaft Housing. Is there a cross sectional
drawing showing the parts at this end of the
shaft assembly?
Thank you for any info you might offer.
WJA
Hello 1176944,

We have prepared an article and video on How to Replace the Drive Shaft on a String Trimmer. I hope this will help you with the problem you are having. The outer spool can be removed by removing the 791-610660 retainer up inside of the outer spool. Be careful as the retainer can get damaged easily.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Question: Clutch Assembly Removal

dogdoc

Does the bolt holding clutch to crank shaft have reverse threads? I cannot get it to turn either direction at present.
tighten =clockwise
loosen=cclockwise

or as I have told guys working for me :
righty tighty
lefty loosey
I can not get screw to com out can not hold motor from turning
can not get screw out ,can not keep motor from turning
The screw is a Torx 20 or Torx 25 head. It will loosen, but DOES NOT completely come out, by design. To keep the engine from TURNING....remove the spark plug, pull the starter rope until the piston is link removed a length of clean soft rope into the engine through the plug hole. It will keep the piston from moving, thus lock the motor up. Leave some hanging out, so you can remove it.
On the assembly it said off with a arrow in the direction. I used a wooden block and a screw driver and I can't get it to turn cclockwise
Hello, Try using a hammer and flat-head chisel on the clutch ears. It is on very tight.
Question: Bolen BL110

zanderalex1

How do I replace the flexible drive on a Bolen BL110 gas trimmer
WJA
Hello 1165864,

We have an article and video regarding that subject. Although it is not Bolens in the article, hopefully it will give you a good idea on how to replace yours. Here is the link to it.

How to Replace the Drive Shaft on a String Trimmer

It looks as if the 753-06065 flexible drive shaft is on back order. But we do have the 753-05748 drive shaft housing assembly in stock at this time, which includes the flexible drive shaft.

-WJA
how to replace flexible drive shaft
Question: Trimmer Acc

1158050

do they make a tiller attachment for this model bl110 weedeater
WJA
Hello 1158050,

The Bolens Model Number BL110 is strictly a string trimmer. If it had a split drive shaft housing that you could remove the bottom half from then it would most likely have the attachment accessory that you are looking for.

-WJA
My bolens bl110 does have a split drive shaft but I cannot find an attachment that will work due to the lower drive shaft has the connector attached to it instead of the upper shaft.
Question: BL110 Carb Kit

MagicMike

Do you have a carb kit for the Bolens string trimmer? I disassembled the carb and cleaned it and that got me back running but it still will not stay running unless the choke is on almost all the way. From what I have read it sounds like a diaphragm problem. What do you think?
WJA
Hello MagicMike,

You may want to check your air filter, make sure it is clean. Because of the low cost of the 753-06190 carburetor, the manufacture does not supply a carburetor kit for this model. You may just want to replace the carburetor at this time.

-WJA
If this is a Ruiing model carburetor, a Zama rebuild or a Zama G&D (gasket and diaphragm) Kit will fit it. The Ruiing carburetor body is identical to Zama.You just need to match the Ruiing parts to the photos of the Zama parts. But, this is a fairly low price for a diaphragm carburetor.
Like Shotout says, it could be a Ruizing. Usually it's stamped on the cover to the Metering Chamber. Searches I did says it's a Walbro. Look for numbers stamped on the carb body. Walbro and Zamas have numbers preceded by letters. Walbro can have 1 to 3 letters. Most of them have a W in front. An example would be WT973. If it is a Walbro you can go to link removed Motorcycle Fuel Tank Manufacturer | Multi Layer Gas Tanks, Lawn Mower, ATV, Marine and locate the correct kit number for the Carb. See if this looks anything like what you pulled off the carb: link removed Carb Kit for WT773 WT775 WT866 WT924 WT925 WT973 | eBay
Question: Clutch

1065014

will a bad clutch keep the head from spinning and how do I get the clutch cover off
Yes, rarely a bad clutch can cause this. A more likely scenario is the flex driveshaft is broken or is not intalled correctly in the boom.
Question: Trimmer BL110

southonly

Is there a repair manual for this item?
1.I would like to reload the string assembly but I have not been able to remove the bump head.
2. Does this unit run on idle speed without keeping the finger on the trigger?
The unit should run at idle with no pressure on the trigger. When idling the string head should not be turning. It will always turn though on ANY trimmer that has NO clutch.
WJA
Hello southonly,

All we have is a parts diagram on our website. Try contacting Bolens and asking them for an owners manual for a BL110 Trimmer. If they have one it might get you the answers you are looking for.

Good luck,
-WJA
WJA, Do you know if the Bolens BL100 41BD100G965 Gas String Trimmer has a clutch? I just installed new carb and plug. Started it up and heard a pop, so i assumed the flex shaft had broken. I removed the shaft but it shows no indication that it is broken. my next move is to see if the clutch has gone bad, but do not know how to remove the front shaft connector from the engine. Any suggestions?
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