Displaying Engine Mount parts for the Murray 42590A - Lawn Tractor (1998)

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Murray 092317MA

Fuel Cap

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Murray 7601092MA

TANK, Fuel 1.4 Gal.

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Murray 095197MA

Hose Clamp

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Murray 023717

Fuel Line

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Murray 095197MA

Hose Clamp

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Murray 26X201MA

Screw

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Murray 094006E700

Plate, Engine

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Murray 091989

Throttle Control

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Murray -----

Engine

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Murray 0025X7MA

Bolt, Engine Mount

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Murray 094407 Z

Stack Pulley Assembly

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Murray 019X35MA

Lockwasher

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Murray 01X140MA

Bolt, Hex

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Murray 17X170MA

Washer

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Murray 26X249MA

Screw

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Murray 093349MA

Guide, Belt

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Murray 015X79MA

Nut, Flange

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Murray 094066MA

Guide, Belt

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Murray 26X253MA

Screw

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Murray 093077MA

Spacer

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Murray 092855

Pipe, Exhaust

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Murray 092558MA

Clamp

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Murray 092550MA

Shield, Heat

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Murray 26X263MA

Screw

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The Environment and Engine Design!

Engine emissions are the top issue with lawn equipment and are primarily caused by incomplete (in-efficient) burning of fuel and fuel additives. Two primary reasons for an efficient or in-efficient engine include; 1) engine design and 2) engine condition. Regarding Design; some engines are more efficient and less polluting due to their design. "Air index" tags, required by the EPA on all new engines, identify the "greener" mowers. The air index shows the polluting measure of that engine on a scale of 0 to 10 relative to other engines in its class. 0 is the best and 10 the worst. By 2011, a new "phase" of EPA regulations will be in place holding the manufacturers to even stricter standards. You will see a variety of design changes soon to begin meeting the new codes. For now, watch for the "Air Index" tags to find the lowest polluting engine options when buying new equipment.