Displaying 12 V. Battery System (RT8S) parts for the Snapper R8000 8 HP Large Frame Rear Tine Tiller Series 0

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Snapper 7060707

KIT, Battery Bracket

(includes the following indent...

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Snapper 7060660

BATTERY, 12 Volt Sealed Lead Acid Zm-12

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Snapper 7036107YP (replaces 7036107)

BRACKET, Battery Mounted

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Snapper 7014063

WIRE, Negative

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Snapper 7011859YP

Alternative for 7014063: WIRE NEGATIVE

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Snapper 7018654

HARNESS, Wiring

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Snapper 7011155YP (replaces 7011155)

SWITCH, Electric Start

(Includes two 11138 Keys)

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Snapper 7038165YP (replaces 7038165)

RETAINER, Battery

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Snapper 7014899YP (replaces 7014899)

ROD, Battery Hold-Down

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Snapper 7091568

WING-NUT, 1/4-20

Was 90311

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Snapper 014X79MA

Alternative for 7091568: NUT.2520 WINGNUT

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Snapper 7012080SM (replaces 7012080)

CABLE TIE

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Snapper 7090411YP (replaces 7090411)

SCREW, #10-24 x 1/2" Hex Head Cap

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Snapper 7090601YP (replaces 7090601)

WASHER, #10 External Tooth Lock

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Snapper 7012688YP (replaces 7012688)

NUT, #10-24 Hex Twin-Lock

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Snapper 7091294

WASHER, 1/4" SAE Flat

Was 90055

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Hard-wired Backup Generator Sizing

For more advanced electrical backup, you can have a 5,000-6,000-watt portable generator wired into your homes' electrical panel. This generator may run the majority of your electrical appliances including the well-pump, furnace, water heater and most small appliances, just not all at the same time. A certified electrician should install an "interlock" switch that disconnects your house from the grid and connects a circuit to your generator with one lever. If you don't even want to notice a power outage, set up a dedicated backup propane, LPG or diesel generator hardwired into your electrical panel with an automatic transfer switch. It will automatically start up and shut down when needed. You MUST put the generator outside in a well-ventilated area.