Displaying Electric Starter and Chart parts for the Briggs and Stratton 190452-1549-99

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309

Briggs and Stratton 392749

Motor/Drive Assy (For 3-1/16" Housing Length)

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

Not available
309

Briggs and Stratton 396505 (replaces 393851)

Starter, Electric G (B&s 110V, 3-1/2" Housing Length)

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309

Briggs and Stratton 497595 (replaces 394805)

Motor/Drive Assy (For 3-1/16" Housing Length)

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310

Briggs and Stratton 391706

Screw-Hex (For 3 1/16" Housing Length)

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

Not available
310

Briggs and Stratton 690318 (replaces 93934)

Screw, Hex Head Sem B & S 120V (3-1/2" Housing Length)

Your price: $4.99

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310

Briggs and Stratton 690323 (replaces 94003)

Screw, Hex Flange H (For 3-5/8" Housing Length)

Your price: $3.43

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311

Briggs and Stratton 391705

Brush Set (For 3 1/16" Housing Length)

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

Your price: $34.16

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311

Briggs and Stratton 393612

Brush Set (110v 3-1/2" Housing Length)

Not available
311

Briggs and Stratton 395538

Brush Set

(For 3-5/8" or 4-3/8" Housing ...

Your price: $23.69

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510

Briggs and Stratton 696535 (replaces 391461)

Drive-Starter (For 3-1/2" Housing Length)

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

Your price: $24.83

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544

Briggs and Stratton 392747

Armature Assy (For 3-21/32" Housing Length)

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

Not available
544

Briggs and Stratton 393607

Armature Grp (110v 3-1/2" Housing Length)

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801

Briggs and Stratton 392061

Cap, Drive

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

Not available
801

Briggs and Stratton 393228

Bracket, Starter As (B&s 110V 3-1/2" Housing Length)

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801

Briggs and Stratton 691429 (replaces 394856)

Cap-Drive

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Briggs and Stratton 691283

Alternative for 691429: CAPDRIVE

Your price: $26.16

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802

Briggs and Stratton 390846

Cap-End (For 3-1/16" Housing Length)

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

Not available
802

Briggs and Stratton 393833

Cap-End (B&s 110V, 3-1/2" Housing Length)

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802

Briggs and Stratton 395537

Cap-End (For 3-5/8" Housing Length)

Includes Brush Set

Your price: $37.02

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803

Briggs and Stratton 394805 (replaces 392744)

Shell/Magnet Assy (For 3-1/16" Housing Length)

Old Style: Brush End Head is 1...

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Briggs and Stratton 497595

Alternative for 394805: MOTORSTARTER

Your price: $84.21

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803

Briggs and Stratton 394254 (replaces 393433)

Shell/Magnet Assy (B & S 110V 3-1/2" Housing Length)

Your price: $39.04

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803

Briggs and Stratton 398159 (replaces 393825)

Shell/Magnet Assy (For 3-5/8" Housing Length)

Your price: $57.87

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