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Part Number: 795643
Briggs and StrattonToro
Availability: 1 in stock
Price: $12.55
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 693749.

Product Information
This part is an OEM sourced directly from the manufacturer for use in Briggs & Stratton engines and Toro blower-vacuums. The carburetor spacer is made out of plastic. It might require a screwdriver, a set of pliers, and a socket set to replace this part if it becomes ????. This item is available as an individual replacement part but also includes two gaskets.

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Briggs and Stratton
12A100 Series (0130-0938) Engine
12A300 Series (0100-0917) Engine
12A400 Series (0100-0110) Engine
12C100 Series (0007-0251) Engine
12C300 Series (0131-0279) Engine
12C400 Series (0100-0208) Engine
12D100 Series (0110-0940) Engine
12D200 Series (0113, 0355) Engine
12D300 Series (0007-0019) Engine
12D400 Series (0007-0110) Engine
12E100 Series (0007-0268) Engine
12B400 Series Engine
121A02-0020-E1 Engine
121A12-0022-E1 Engine
121A12-0028-E1 Engine
121A12-0277-E1 Engine
121A12-0323-E1 Engine
121A32-0101-E1 Engine
110432-0179-E1 Engine
110432-0198-E1 Engine
110432-0202-E1 Engine
110432-0205-E1 Engine
110432-0213-E1 Engine
110432-0215-E1 Engine
110432-0224-E1 Engine
110437-0164-E1 Engine
110437-0171-E1 Engine
110452-0049-E1 Engine
110452-0111-E1 Engine
110452-0113-E1 Engine
110492-0070-E1 Engine
110492-0117-E1 Engine
110492-0165-E1 Engine
110492-0167-E1 Engine
110492-0172-E1 Engine
110492-0189-E1 Engine
110492-0194-E1 Engine
110492-0196-E1 Engine
110492-0199-E1 Engine
110492-0201-E1 Engine
110492-0204-E1 Engine
110492-0209-E1 Engine
110492-0221-E1 Engine
110412-0163-E1 Engine
110412-0163-E2 Engine
110412-0173-E1 Engine
110412-0174-E1 Engine
110412-0177-E1 Engine
110412-0186-E1 Engine
110412-0187-E1 Engine
110412-0188-E1 Engine
110412-0193-E1 Engine
110412-0200-E1 Engine
110412-0203-E1 Engine
110412-0210-E1 Engine
110412-0211-E1 Engine
110412-0212-E1 Engine
110412-0214-E1 Engine
110412-0217-E1 Engine
110412-0223-E1 Engine
110415-0219-E1 Engine
110417-0112-E1 Engine
110417-0146-E1 Engine
110417-0146-E2 Engine
110417-0156-E2 Engine
110432-0035-E1 Engine
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2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Parts Used:
Spacer-Carburetor - 795643
Carburetor - 591299
Repair Difficulty:
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Torques #20
Bad carburetor
Took off the old carb and replaced with the new one.
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2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Parts Used:
Kit-Carb Overhaul - 792006
Spacer-Carburetor - 795643
Float Bowl Gasket - 693981
Repair Difficulty:
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set
Engine would not run without the choke being partially on.
Determined that the engine was not getting enough gas. removed all of the linkages attached to the carburetor and then removed the carburetor from the engine. Disassembled the carburetor, used an aerosol carburetor cleaner to clean the parts, then scraped off all of the old gasket material that was left on the carburetor. Used a small o-ring pick to remove the old needle seat. Again, using the aerosol cleaner, cleaned the opening making sure no particles from the old seat were left there. installed the new seat, (this was a Briggs engine, so the side of the seat with groves went into the carburetor first), installed the new needle valve and float (reused the old float), reassembled the carburetor. Installed the new spacer and carburetor on the engine and attached all of the linkages. Cranked the engine, it started and would run and idle with the choke completely off. This repair was completely successful.
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Tool Type:
Parts Used:
Spacer-Carburetor - 795643
Carburetor - 798917
Repair Difficulty:
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set
Loss in engine power and sputtering
1. Removed the plastic engine housing
2. Removed air intake screen
3. Removed old carb and spacer
4. Cleaned surface of engine block
5. Remounted new spacer and gaskets
6. Installed new carb and air intake screen
7. Primed carb and started with immediately noticeable improvement in idle and engine performance
8. Got rid of bad gas that ruined two carbs: tractor and snow blower
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