Displaying Fuel Supply Hose & Tank Replacement Parts Group - Electric Start parts for the Snapper HC32KAV13E (5901182) 32" 13 HP Hydro-Drive PRO (S/N: 2000856281 & Below)

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Snapper 5020835SM (replaces 5020835)

CLAMP, HOSE, EXTERNAL, 1/2 - RED

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Snapper 5050831X7

HOSE, 1/4" FUEL, 7.00"

(supplied with engine)

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Snapper 5021178X3SM (replaces 5021178X3)

FUEL FILTER

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Snapper 5050831X35SM (replaces 5050831X35)

HOSE, 1/4" FUEL, 35.00"

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Snapper 5050833X23YP (replaces 5050833X23)

WIRE LOOM, 1/2" ID, 23" LONG

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Snapper 5021235SM (replaces 5021235)

VALVE, FUEL SHUT OFF

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Snapper 5050831X5SM (replaces 5050831X5)

HOSE, 1/4" FUEL, 5.00"

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Snapper 5023061SM (replaces 5023061)

ELBOW FITTING

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Snapper 1654930SM (replaces 1726400)

GROMMET

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Snapper 5023069SM (replaces 5023069)

HOSE CLAMP

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Snapper 5101217SM (replaces 5050925X20)

HOSE, 20"

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Snapper 5023067SM (replaces 5023067)

SCREEN FITTING

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The Environment and Engine Maintenance!

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 condition; the second (likely bigger) pollution cause is from out-of-tune equipment. Clogged air filters, fouled spark plugs, old gas and dull blades all contribute to an in-efficiently running mower. The amount of unburned gas being spewed into the air can be substantial from something as simple as a dirty air filter. To go "green" try the following EPA suggestions:
Avoid Spilling Gasoline! - The overflow evaporates into greenhouse gases
Maintain Your Equipment - Keep your equipment tuned and sharp
Buy Mowers with Low "Air Index" Numbers or use Alternative Fuels like propane
Use Manual Tools - Try a manual reel mower for small lawns and a manual saw for small jobs instead of going straight for the chainsaw
Reduce Mowing Time - Try low-maintenance grasses and larger/faster mowers
Recycle Old Equipment - Do not use old, in-efficient equipment