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Briggs And Stratton Starter C Clip Installer

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10-22-2010 02:19:01

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I have recently purchased a C Clip Removal tool to remove the starter c clips ( clip that holds the starter gear and starter drive assembly on ) on Briggs and Stratton Engine Starters . Where can I find the tool ( a c clip installer ) that looks sorta like a socket that reinstalls the clips ? Does anyone know the Briggs OEM part number or a cheap place to order it from ? Thanks for all help.

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10-23-2010 19:30:53

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 Re: Briggs And Stratton Starter C Clip Installer in reply to Whizkidkyus, 10-22-2010 02:19:01  
I use a socket that the inside just fits over the end of the shaft. works every time.

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10-22-2010 03:05:57

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 Re: Briggs And Stratton Starter C Clip Installer in reply to Whizkidkyus, 10-22-2010 02:19:01  
What you're looking for is briggs pn 19435,a somewhat pricey little item,online goes between $22-$31,if you use same weekly,it's probably worth it,other wise you could probably make one from steel,copper,brass or plastic tubing if only used once in a while,goto outdoordistributors/jacks small engines to see pic of same

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