Displaying Starter Clutch parts for the Briggs and Stratton 326431-0651-02

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66

Briggs and Stratton 393127S

Clutch-Starter

Your price: $47.18

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66A

Briggs and Stratton 399671

Clutch-Starter

(Sealed)

Your price: $25.85

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67

Briggs and Stratton 690542

Housing-Clutch

Your price: $19.50

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67A

Briggs and Stratton 394897

Housing-Clutch

Your price: $16.32

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68

Briggs and Stratton 691604

Ball-Clutch

Your price: $3.87

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69

Briggs and Stratton 690271

Washer

(Starter Clutch)

Your price: $6.43

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69A

Briggs and Stratton 690260

Washer

(Starter Clutch)

Your price: $6.26

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69B

Briggs and Stratton 690277

Washer

(Starter Clutch)

Your price: $3.60

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70

Briggs and Stratton 691945

Ratchet-Clutch

Your price: $11.53

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71

Briggs and Stratton 691359

Cover-Ratchet

Your price: $7.26

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257

Briggs and Stratton 690309

Screw

(Starter Clutch)

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Off-Season Storage

There are a number of issues that affect storage of power equipment. Gasoline breaks down and leaves a varnish-like coating inside fuel tanks, fuel lines, carburetor circuits and makes rubber and plastic parts brittle. Additionally, tires flatten and dry-rot, and unprotected metal surfaces rust. To avoid damage and expensive repairs you may perform a Spring Service before you store. This may include the following (based on type of equipment):
Change your oil and oil filter (on models with internal oiling and oil filter).
Inspect fuel filter and replace if necessary.
Inspect air filter for dirt accumulation and clean or replace.
Inspect spark plugs and replace if fouled.
Sharpen blades/chains or replace if damaged. (mowers and chainsaws)
Drain fuel from fuel tank and run engine until it runs out of fuel. (alternatively you can dose fuel with a fuel stabilizer)
Grease all bearings and mechanisms requiring grease
Inspect wear items such as belts, starter cords, tires and cables and replace if damaged or badly worn.
Lift equipment and set on blocks to avoid flattening and cracking tires.
Cover equipment to protect from sun and weather
Check these items off your "Honey-Do" list and you should have no frustrations next Season when the equipment is needed again!