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i have a question on how to remove something off my engine but i dont know what it is called, here is the description-- on the rear of the engine were a rod hooks up to, it is circular-- i need to take it off in order to get the metal panel in the back prepped for painting--anyone know how to get it off? i already romoved all the bolts©©©©©©© brendonv
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Follow the link below to the B & S site and enter your engine model and code numbers, you can down load a .pdf copy for free. With it, you can identify and put names & part numbers to every part in your engine. Below is the link for the parts list - not sure it fits in the 'link' box I'm trying to fit it into - http://shop.briggsandstratton.com/BShopProductListingPage.asp?MECID=100&LRID=1&CategoryID=207&PARENTID=0&MECID=100&CATALOGID=56B2B9A7-283C-11D4-8886-00B0D0203414 Otherwise just start at the B&S home page http://www.briggsandstratton.com Follow a link on the left 'ENGINE SUPPORT & MAINTENANCE' then the 'MANUALS, VIDEOS, & BOOKS' link, and then the Illustrated Parts List 'parts list' link. From there you just need to enter your engine numbers. Hope this helps, John(ri) [A href='http://shop.briggsandstratton.com/BShopProductListingPage.asp?MECID=100&LRID=1&CategoryID=207&PARENT']http://shop.briggsandstratton.com/BShopProductListingPage.asp?MECID=100&LRID=1&CategoryID=207&PARENT[/a]
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My guess is you are talking about the driveshaft coupling. Here is a parts diagram. On the early 9HP it should be the rubber disc sandwiched between two metal discs. What part number on the picture are you talking about for sure. http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1778704&a=13757273&p=54140938&Sequence=0&res=high
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