Displaying Accessory - Recycling Kits parts for the Snapper AP21509B 21" 5 HP Cast Deck Side Discharge Series 9

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Snapper 7060295

KIT, Snapperizer

(Includes Items 1 thru 5)

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1

Snapper 7059528

SCREEN, Fastener Assembly

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2

Snapper 7039580

PLATE, Bottom

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3

Snapper 7031895

BRACKET

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4

Snapper 7090095YP (replaces 7090095)

NUT, 1/4-28 Hex

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5

Snapper 7090053

WASHER, 1/4 Internal Tooth Lock

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Snapper 703462

Alternative for 7090053: WASHER LOCK 14

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6

Snapper 7091294

WASHER, 1/4 Flat

Was 90055

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7

Snapper 7090541YP (replaces 7090541)

SCREW, 1/4-28 x 3/4" Hex Head Cap

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Snapper 7061201YP (replaces 7061201)

KIT, Recycling Plug

(Includes Items Below)

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Snapper 7026407AYP (replaces 7026407)

BLADE, 21" (Quad Edge)

Was 24234

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Snapper 7016814YP (replaces 7016814)

PLUG, Chute Adapter

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Fuel Selection

Today's gasoline breaks down quickly. When it does, it leaves behind a thick varnish-like residue that adheres to the walls of its container, including the inside of the fuel system in your lawn equipment. Further, "regular" gas may have 10%, or more, alcohol, which attracts and blends with water, causing carburetor problems and the breakdown of lubricating mix-oils in 2-cycle equipment. Lawn equipment is especially prone to these fuel problems because the equipment is not run daily allowing time for the fuel to deteriorate and absorb water. For best results, avoid alcohol-blended fuels in 4-cycle lawn equipment and never use high-alcohol blends in your 2-cycle equipment. "Mid-grade" and "premium" fuels generally are not blended with alcohol.