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Spacer-Rewind

Spacer-Rewind

Part Number: 490817
Briggs and StrattonToroMurray
Availability: 3 in stock
Price: $5.81
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: and 555225.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Briggs and Stratton, Toro, Murray
Product Number: 490817
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
This is a genuine item that is supplied by the original equipment manufacturer for use with Briggs and Stratton engines commonly installed on lawn and garden equipment. It is an identical replacement for a missing or faulty spacer that helps to separate components and provide a tight seal between them. Please make sure to refer to the appropriate diagrams of your model for the correct location and application of this hardware. Keep in mind this high-quality item is made of durable rubber and is sold individually.
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Briggs and Stratton
Toro
38580 (5900001-5999999)(1995) Snowthrower
38580 (4900001-4999999)(1994) Snowthrower
38580 (3900001-3999999)(1993) Snowthrower
38580 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Snowthrower
38580 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Snowthrower
38580 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Snowthrower
38580 (9000001-9999999)(1989) Snowthrower
38580 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Snowthrower
38565 (9000001-9999999)(1989) Snowthrower
38565 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Snowthrower
38566 (59000001-59999999)(1995) Snowthrower
38566 (49000001-49999999)(1994) Snowthrower
38566 (3900001-3999999)(1993) Snowthrower
38566 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Snowthrower
38566 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Snowthrower
38566 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Snowthrower
38570 (5900001-5999999)(1995) Snowthrower
38570 (4900001-4999999)(1994) Snowthrower
38570 (3900001-3999999)(1993) Snowthrower
38570 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Snowthrower
38570 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Snowthrower
38570 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Snowthrower
38570 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Snowthrower
62923 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
30102 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Lawn Mower
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Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Blower
  • • Engine
  • • Generator
  • • Lawn Mower
  • • Lawn Tractor
  • • Pressure Washer
  • • Snowblower
  • • Vacuum
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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Rewind Starter Spring - 490179
Spacer-Rewind - 490817
Pulley-Starter - 280439S
Repair Difficulty:
Expert
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Power Drill, Power drill to wind up spring. Needle nose Vice-grip pliers
Need coil spring
Removed old spring. Rewound new one with electric drill and secured it with a needle nose vice grip. Took a few attempts. Work it in with screwdriver. Put in rope pulley and gave it a few more turns to tighten spring. Lubricated spring with automatic transmission fluid.
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Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Rewind Starter Spring - 490179
Spacer-Rewind - 490817
Breather Assembly - 791781
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, twine, lighter, scotch tape, light lubricating oil, needle n
Starter string and rewind spring was missing on an engine restoration
1. Removed engine cowling,
2. Opened or unbend starter tangs
3. Removed starter pulley
4. Unwound new starter spring,
5. Installed each end of the spring to its hole and wound on the starter pulley
6. Using twine tied the wound starter spring in place in three separate areas with the knots on the bottom side of the pulley (or engine side) with the end of the spring out that attaches to the cowling.
7. Sprayed a small amount of oil on the wound spring and with a twist put that protruding part of the spring in the slot for the cowling and placed the wound spring and pulley in the cowling
8 While holding down the assembly re-bent the tangs that retain the starter assembly checked for free rotation of the pulley.
9 Cut the twine that holds the wound spring and pull the twine out.
10. Rewind the pulley to allow the starter string to be retracted and align the holes to feed the string through while holding with a small screwdriver.
11. Used scotch tape to wrap the end of the string that is going to be fed and melted the tape with the lighter.
12. Cut a portion of the string/melted tape only to leave about 1/8" on the string.
13 feed the string through both holes and tie a knot.
allow the string to be retracted into the cowling and check for free operation.
14. Oil starter spindle on flywheel with the small hole with 30w non detergent oil check for free operation.
15. Reinstall cowling/starter assembly and check for proper operation.
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Briggs and Stratton, Toro, Murray
Product Number: 490817
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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