Displaying Blade Stop Pedals parts for the Snapper 331520KVE 33" 15 HP Rear Engine Rider Series 20

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Snapper 7073267YP (replaces 7073267)

PEDAL, Blade Stop Control

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Snapper 7035669YP (replaces 7035669)

SPRING, Latching

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Snapper 7015448YP (replaces 7015448)

SPRING, Pedal

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Snapper 7015495YP (replaces 7015495)

BOLT, 3/8-24 x 3/4" Shoulder

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Snapper 7015446YP (replaces 7015446)

BOLT, 3/8-24 x 9/16" Shoulder

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Snapper 7015447YP (replaces 7015447)

ECCENTRIC, Leveling

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Snapper 7090122

WASHER, 3/8" Flat

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Snapper 703878

Alternative for 7090122: WASHER FLAT

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Snapper 7090250

WASHER, 1/2" Flat

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Snapper 7090289

NUT, 3/8-24 Hex Center Lock

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Snapper 703458

Alternative for 7090289: NUT HEX 3824

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Snapper 7090390

WASHER, 3/8" Internal Tooth Lock

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Snapper 703930

Alternative for 7090390: WASHER INT LCK 38

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Snapper 7073216YP (replaces 7073216)

CABLE, No Reverse In Mow

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Snapper 7073217YP (replaces 7073217)

CLIP, Cable

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Snapper 7091530

BOLT, 1/4-20 x 3/4" Square Neck Carriage, Grade 5

Was 91776

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Snapper 7091576

NUT, 1/4-20 Hex, Grade 5 or B

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Snapper 703127

Alternative for 7091576: NUT

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Starting a Snow Clearing Session I

After starting the engine of your Snow Blower, pay close attention when engaging the drive system. If the engine strains excessively or stalls, do not retry before checking all moving parts. Snow from a previous session may have melted and re-frozen, locking up critical parts. Make sure engine is off and try and free frozen parts gently. If necessary, move the blower to a heated area and allow the ice to melt. Failure to do so may end up in a shredded belt or broken equipment.