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Homelite OEM 3075702 Fuel Tank String 1 year warranty 51930 Popular products Brushcutter Trimmer

Homelite OEM 3075702 Fuel Tank String Trimmer Brushcutter 51930

$12

Homelite OEM 3075702 Fuel Tank String Trimmer Brushcutter 51930

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Product description

This OEM fuel tank assembly is made out of Plastic and it includes the fuel lines, fuel cap, and fuel filter. It is a common part in gas trimmers that is used to hold the fuel needed for the engine. It is very important to replace the fuel tank if it is cracked or damaged to avoid further damage or serious injuries. Make sure to drain the gas tank before starting a repair.

Compatible With:

Homelite:
- 51952 (260000001 and Up) Curved Shaft String Trimmer
- 51950A (SN 250000001-Up) Curved Shaft String Trimmer
- 51932 (230000001-Up) Straight-Shaft Trimmer

Toro:
- 51950 Gas Trimmer
- 51970 (2004) 18" Straight-Shft Gas Trimmer
- 51930B Curved Shaft String Trimmer
- 51970A Straigt Shaft String Trimmer
- 51932B 18Inch Gas Trimmer
- 51934B BrushCutter

Ryobi:
- 51992 (260000001) String Trimmer

Homelite OEM 3075702 Fuel Tank String Trimmer Brushcutter 51930

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