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post #1 of 18 Old 12-28-2015, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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Pull start on a 536.884810

The little key that pops out to engage the hub keeps falling out, I had it rigged in there with a piece of wire and it lasted 10 years or so and I forget how I did it. Looking to replace pull start but it's discontinued. Is there a another pull starter that would fit or be able to use parts from? I was thinking of using a drill with a socket on the crank nut to start but that might be to dangerous.

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Can you post the engine numbers ??

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Just Googling....Probably..

Craftsman 536.884810 Tecumseh 143.794053

You can usually beat Sears prices by shopping around for the part number.

Recoil Starter Dog:
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/craf...7/1503500.html

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STARTER 590646 (71/143) Diagram & Parts List for Model 143794053 Craftsman-Parts All-Products-Parts | SearsPartsDirect

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CRAFTSMAN CRAFTSMAN 4-CYCLE ENGINE Parts | Model 143794053 | Sears PartsDirect
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My guess is that the retainer, #3, has worn down to point that it no longer retains the dogs.

Or, the pulley has worn to the point that the retainer can no longer secure itself.

Either way, $20+shipping, is a fairly inexpensive fix.

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Thanks for the replies, I've been away from computer.
My Engine is a Briggs & Stratton 143 784032 SER 7349B
Not sure the Tecumseh starter part is a fit on my engine and not sure how to tell but thats the part I need. I've been on Searspartsdirrect and the starter ( part#590576) is discontinued.
That dog replacement doesn't look the same and its the piece that holds it that is no good.

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Thanks for the replies, I've been away from computer.
My Engine is a Briggs & Stratton 143 784032 SER 7349B
Not sure the Tecumseh starter part is a fit on my engine and not sure how to tell but thats the part I need. I've been on Searspartsdirrect and the starter ( part#590576) is discontinued.
That dog replacement doesn't look the same and its the piece that holds it that is no good.

If you want the whole starter and if it's a 590576 its replacement is here..

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My Engine is a Briggs & Stratton 143 784032 SER 7349B
If your engine numbers are 143.784032, that is a Tecumseh HS50-67274G. Starter part number 590604.

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can you post a pic of your old starter?
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Does it look like this 590576:


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