Displaying Mower Lift parts for the Electrolux PB20H46YT, 96042003700 (2007-10)

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Electrolux 195223

Shaft Asm., Lift

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Electrolux 532195231 (replaces 195231)

Lever Asm., Lift Rh

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Electrolux 196492X421

Grip, Lever

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Electrolux 532196314 (replaces 196314)

Spring Torsion

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Electrolux 532194209 (replaces 194209)

Pin Cotter 7/16 Bow Tie Lock

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Electrolux 195303

Spring Lift Assist

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Electrolux 819191912 (replaces 19191912)

Washer Clear Zinc

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Electrolux 532194208 (replaces 194208)

Pin Cotter 5/16 Bow Tie Lock

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Electrolux 532195181 (replaces 195181)

Link Asm. Lift Rear

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Electrolux 817060612 (replaces 17060612)

Screw 3/8-16 x .75 Smgml Tap/R.Z

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Electrolux 532195270 (replaces 195270)

Link Lift Susp. Front Mower

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Electrolux 73930600

Nut Centerlock 3/8-16 UNC

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Fuel Selection

Today's gasoline breaks down quickly. When it does, it leaves behind a thick varnish-like residue that adheres to the walls of its container, including the inside of the fuel system in your lawn equipment. Further, "regular" gas may have 10%, or more, alcohol, which attracts and blends with water, causing carburetor problems and the breakdown of lubricating mix-oils in 2-cycle equipment. Lawn equipment is especially prone to these fuel problems because the equipment is not run daily allowing time for the fuel to deteriorate and absorb water. For best results, avoid alcohol-blended fuels in 4-cycle lawn equipment and never use high-alcohol blends in your 2-cycle equipment. "Mid-grade" and "premium" fuels generally are not blended with alcohol.