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Model # 987856590 Official Craftsman hose kit

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Screw 1100123
#10

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Screw

Part #1100123

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Hose Kit 85659
#0

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Hose kit

Part #85659

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Worm Clamp 1767043
#7

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Worm clamp

Part #1767043

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Hose Adapter 1909663
#11

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Hose adapter

Part #1909663

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Tube 1765866
#6

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Tube

Part #1765866

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Washer 1107381
#8

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Washer

Part #1107381

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Danger Decal 1909715
#13

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Danger decal

Part #1909715

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Tine Shaft 1909746
#3

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Tine shaft

Part #1909746

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Nut, Flange, Whiz Lock, 1/4"-20 1186289
#5

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Nut, flange, whiz lock, 1/4"-20

Part #1186289

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Handle 1763281001
#4

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Handle

Part #1763281001

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