Displaying Engine Mount parts for the Murray 38710x99A - Lawn Tractor (2000)

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Murray 092317MA

Fuel Cap

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Murray 092342

Fuel Tank

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Murray 095197MA

Hose Clamp

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Murray 023715

Fuel Line

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Murray 095197MA

Hose Clamp

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Murray 26X201MA

Screw

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Murray 092331E700

Support, Dash

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Murray 092371MA

Throttle Control

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Murray -----

Engine *

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Murray 0025X7MA

Bolt, Engine Mount

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Murray 690442 Z

Stack Pulley Assembly

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Murray 019X35MA

Lockwasher

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Murray 01X140MA

Bolt, Hex

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Murray 17X170MA

Washer

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Murray 692236

Gasket

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Murray 094120MA

Muffler

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Murray 092378MA

Lock, Screw

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Murray 01X134MA

Bolt

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Murray 092389SE

Shield, Heat

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Murray 001X38MA

Bolt

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Murray 018X32MA

Washer

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Got Thatch?

Have you noticed a lot of Clumpy Grass with Barren Spots in your yard with small barren patches in-between? Inspect the barren patches for a heavy buildup of mulched grass clippings and leaves. If you find this interwoven grass and leaves, you have "thatch", and it suffocates the grass where it gets too thick. To remove you can use a cheap long-fingered metal rake. Within a few hours you may rake-up enough "thatch" to fill the back of a small pick-up truck. If the rake is a bit too much work, there are specialized de-thatching tools available as well as commercial lawn maintenance companies that will do it for you. Listen afterwards for your lawn sighing in relief.