parts kit

parts kit

[′pärts ‚kit]
(engineering)
A group of parts, not all having the same basic name, used for repair or replacement of the worn broken parts of an item; it may include instruction sheets and material, such as sandpaper, tape, cement, and gaskets.
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The AC-15's Gen 2 lower receiver has a flared magwell and upper tension screw and includes an MSR Lower Parts Kit and an MSR/ M4 Buffer Kit.
If you don't have a replacement filter on hand, order a new engine oil filter parts kit, NSN 4330-01-118-2868.
How about considering a simple spare parts kit to keep all your guns running should you snap a trigger spring or break an extractor?
"Items normally in the spare parts kit include batteries, filters, belts, hoses, pre-packed seal and o-ring kits, switches, gauges, fuses, bulbs, and headlights," Kissel said.
Customers get a consumable parts kit and a 10% discount on parts identified as needing replacement..
For years as a competition shooter who used the 1911 a lot, I thought that the ideal thing would be to put together a spare parts kit to.
The AT47 I tested was based on a Yugoslav parts kit with a US-manufactured milled receiver.
Lost Parts Kit contains most critical springs, detents, inserts and pins.