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Throttle linkage for a Craftsman “Eagar-1”


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05-16-07, 12:07 AM   #1  
Throttle linkage for a Craftsman “Eagar-1”

I need a diagram or a picture of the throttle linkage for a Craftsman “Eagar-1” push lawnmower.
Model # 917 386061
Engine Model# 143965004
Carburator # 51-0-150
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Any help is much appreciated.

 
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05-16-07, 02:02 AM   #2  
Stay tuned for Azis to read your post, he has a link to Tecumseh service manuals that should help you out.

 
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05-16-07, 06:56 AM   #3  
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Here is the manual url Puey mentioned http://www.cpdonline.com/692509.pdf
You may also find a better diagram or part breakdown on the sears site.
http://www3.sears.com/
Use your model # to find a diagram for your mower, find the part number for the carburetor, then do another search using that part number as the model #. If there is more detail available it should return results.

 
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05-16-07, 09:35 PM   #4  
the sears site only broke things down to the engine, but the Tecumseh service manual looks to be more helpful, plenty of diagrams and I believe I seen my linkage illustrated.

Thanks a bunch Azis

 
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08-26-13, 08:46 PM   #5  
The fixed rod with the spring on the (front) end goes from the anchor in front of the carb (usually a bendable tab) to the LOWER hole of the 2 hole lever off the mower body toward the rear of the carb. The S shaped rigid linkage hooks from the UPPER hole of the lever to one of the holes on the bellcrank of the carb usually inboard of the shaft, ie. 2nd hole.

 
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08-27-13, 07:46 AM   #6  
Steven, this thread is 6 years old so the problem has probably been solved. Have a good one. Geo

 
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