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I need to order 2 bushes for my generator but I don't know how to find the part number

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Is there a dealer network for your generator brand?
Otherwise take the brushes to a small engine repair shop or a electrical generator repair shop and they will match them up.
At best they can find a set that are close and yours and may be able to grind them down to fit your machine,if yours are now obsolete?

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