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Tecumseh 640058A

"Carburetor Incl. 184 of Engine PartsL ist

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Tecumseh 631615

Throttle Shaft & Lever Assembly

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Tecumseh 631767

Throttle Return Spring

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Tecumseh 631184

* Dust Seal Washer

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Tecumseh 631183

* Dust Seal (Throttle)

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Tecumseh 631036

Throttle Shutter

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Tecumseh 650506

* Shutter Screw

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Tecumseh 632118

Choke Shaft & Lever Assembly

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Tecumseh 631890

Choke Shutter

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Tecumseh 630735

Choke Positioning Spring

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Tecumseh 632164

Fuel Fitting

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Tecumseh 651025

Throttle Crack Screw/Idle Speed Screw

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Tecumseh 630766

Tension Spring

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Tecumseh 640027

Idle Restrictor Screw

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Tecumseh 640053

Idle Restrictor Screw Cap

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Tecumseh 631867

Float Bowl (no drain) used after 1/01 /2006

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Tecumseh 631951

Float Bowl Assembly (Incl. 32 & 33) u sed prior to 1/01/2006

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Tecumseh 631024

* Float Shaft

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Tecumseh 632802

Float (Plastic)

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Tecumseh 632816

Alternative for 632802: FLOAT

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Tecumseh 631028

* Float Bowl O-Ring

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Tecumseh 631028A

Alternative for 631028: GASKET

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Tecumseh 631021B (replaces 631021)

* Inlet Needle, Seat & Clip (Incl. 31)

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Tecumseh 631022

Spring Clip

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Tecumseh 27136A

Bowl Drain Assembly used prior to 1/0 1/2006

Your price: $8.00

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Tecumseh 27554

* Drain Plunger Gasket used prior to 1/ 01/2006

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Tecumseh 640019

Main Nozzle Tube

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Tecumseh 632547

* O-Ring, Main Nozzle Tube

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Tecumseh 640059

High Speed Bowl Nut

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Tecumseh 27110A

Bowl Nut Washer

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Tecumseh 630748

* Welch Plug, Idle Mixture Well

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Tecumseh 631027

* Welch Plug, Atmospheric Vent

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Tecumseh 632760B (replaces 632760)

Repair Kit (Incl. items marked *)

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