Craftsman Parts Lookup by Equipment Type
- Craftsman Blowers & Vacuums
- Craftsman Chainsaws
- Craftsman Chipper Shredders
- Craftsman Dethatchers
- Craftsman Edgers
- Craftsman Engines & Sub-Assemblies
- Craftsman Generators
- Craftsman Lawn & Garden Tractors
- Craftsman Log Splitters
- Craftsman Pole Saws
- Craftsman Pressure Washers
- Craftsman Rear-Engine Riding Mowers
- Craftsman Snow Blowers & Snow Throwers
- Craftsman String Trimmers & Brush Cutters
- Craftsman Tillers
- Craftsman Walk-Behind Mowers
- Craftsman Zero-Turn Mowers
- Craftsman Accessories & Attachments
Need help finding your Craftsman model number?
Your Craftsman equipment has a factory model number and serial number on a sticker-like label or metallic tag attached to the unit in a place away from moving parts (usually near the handle, under the seat, or on the side of the unit). The best way to buy repair parts for your Craftsman is to begin by searching for your Craftsman model number on PartsTree and use the OEM Craftsman parts diagrams to find the parts that fit exactly like the originals from the Craftsman factory. When you locate your Craftsman model tag, take a picture for future repair parts needs.
What do Craftsman model tags look like?
Note: To buy engine parts for your Craftsman, like an air filter, oil filter, fuel filter, spark plug, tune-up kit, or carburetor parts, you will likely need to search separately on PartsTree for your engine model. On Craftsman equipment, the engine model and specification ("spec") numbers, as well as serial number and sometimes type and code, are often stamped above the muffler, by the spark plug, or near the overhead valve cover.