Small Engine Parts Online
At Gamka Sales Co. Inc., we pride ourselves in bringing our customers a great selection of small engine parts, OEM and replacement parts from brands like Honda engines, Kawasaki Engines, Briggs and Stratton engines, Kohler engines, Tecumseh engines, SnowKing engines and much, much more . If you are needing FREE parts lookup, click on any of the links below. Not all manufactures offer the small engine parts lookup. If it is not available, please call our Small Engine Parts department and they will be happy to assist you.
Our business strives to serve our customers, including homeowners, contractors, landscape professionals and government organizations. We service most major brands of outdoor power equipment and our small engine parts department has an extensive selection of common replacement parts.
|Honda Engine||Gasoline small engines and small engine parts – World’s largest engine manufacturer.|
|Briggs & Stratton Engines & Parts||Gasoline small engines and small engine parts - is the world’s largest producer of gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment.|
|Subaru Robin Engines & Parts||Subaru Industrial Engines have earned a reputation throughout the world for high performance and durability in the most demanding applications. Subaru is the fourth largest engine manufacturer in the world.|
|Kawasaki Engines & Parts||Kawasaki the choice of lawn-care professionals and serious homeowners alike.|
|Kohler Engines & Parts||Kohler Engines manufactures small engines for riding lawn mowers, garden tractors, walk-behind lawn mowers, concrete construction equipment, outdoor power equipment, and other products|
|SnowKing Engines||Winter Snow Blower Engines and Parts|
|Lombardini Engines & Parts||Diesel Engines and Parts|
|Liquid Combustion Technology||Liquid Combustion Technology (LCT) is a U.S. managed and operated company that manufactures air-cooled four cycle gasoline engines for related outdoor power equipment markets.|
|Tecumseh Products||Gas Engines and Parts|
|Lauson Engines||Since 1895 – America’s Oldest Engine Company|
|Wisconsin Engines||Wisconsin Motors is a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty and industrial engines.|
We will be delighted to do business the “old fashioned” way. Call us at 888-248-1400 or stop by our showroom at 983 New Durham Road, Edison, NJ 08817. Our showroom is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Please have make, model and serial number of the engine or machine. That will assist us in finding the right small engine part for you. Thanks for shopping with Gamka Sales Co. Inc.. We appreciate your business!
Free shipping – on all orders over $99.00 and under 15 lbs. per order or $8.95 flat rate shipping on orders under $99.00 and 15 lbs. All order with weights over 15lbs – we will contact you for a freight rate.
We have an extensive product line and inventory of small engine parts both OEM and aftermarket replacement parts. Our products are of the highest quality and are perfect replacements for leading small engine brands.
If you don’t see the small engine parts you need, call us and we will put our dedicated team of customer service representatives to work for you.
Small Engines Education
A small engine is the general term for a wide range of internal combustion engines used to power lawn mowers, generators, concrete mixers and many other machines that require independent power sources. Most small engines are single-cylinder, V-twin, or flat-twin units. Although much less common, there have been small rotary engines manufactured for use on lawn mowers and other such equipment.
The engines, which may be of two or four-stroke design, are small in both physical dimensions and power output, relative to larger automobile engines. Power output ranges from less than 1 to about 15 horsepower. The smallest of all are used in handheld garden machinery, such as string trimmers and chainsaws, which may be as small as 25 cc (2 cu in) piston displacement. The most common are four-stroke air-cooled single-cylinder engines equipped with a carburettor and running on gasoline. Engines for small machinery that must be hand-carried, such as string trimmers and chainsaws, are usually of the two-stroke design, which is lighter for any given power output. They also run on gasoline but must have an oil additive mixed into the fuel. However, two-stroke engines create a relatively large amount of air pollution and noise pollution, and so are beginning to be supplanted by four-stroke units.
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