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Need pivot ratchet p/n 1909702 for mdl12097 cultivator

Have 2hp model 12097 cultivator, need ign coil, but more serious issue is that the handle pivot ratchet has broken, not avail from mtd anymore,
does someone sell used parts or know someone who has a ratchet for sale.
Thanks for any help
Arnie.

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     Country Equipment does not handle Troy bilt parts. 1909702 is no longer available. If I could get a drawing of it I could make my own?

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