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

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Briggs and Stratton 393127S

Clutch-Starter

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66A

Briggs and Stratton 399671

Clutch-Starter

(Sealed)

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67

Briggs and Stratton 690542

Housing-Clutch

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67A

Briggs and Stratton 394897

Housing-Clutch

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68

Briggs and Stratton 691604

Ball-Clutch

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69

Briggs and Stratton 690271

Washer

(Starter Clutch)

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69A

Briggs and Stratton 690260

Washer

(Starter Clutch)

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69B

Briggs and Stratton 690277

Washer

(Starter Clutch)

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70

Briggs and Stratton 691945

Ratchet-Clutch

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71

Briggs and Stratton 691359

Cover-Ratchet

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257

Briggs and Stratton 690309

Screw

(Starter Clutch)

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2-Cycle Equipment

A basic spring service performed each year should include, at least, the following;
Sharpen or Replace and Adjust Chain (chainsaw) as needed.
Inspect air filter for dirt accumulation now, and before each usage and clean or replace. Replace air filter after 25 hours.
Inspect spark plug/s every 25 hours and replace if fouled.
Inspect entire unit including all wear items such as control cables, sprockets, handles, tubes and other parts and watch for worn, cracked, pinched or otherwise damaged parts, and replace if found.
Drain fuel-mix from fuel system and replace with fresh fuel-mix if it has been over three months since last usage without fuel stabilizer. If performing and end-of-season service, drain fuel tank or run engine until it runs out of fuel. (alternatively you may dose "fresh" fuel-mix with a fuel stabilizer)