The majority of all model numbers will begin with a few letters followed by some numbers and sometimes more letters, sometimes tools can have an SKU or ART number which we use if no other model number is on the tool. Most model numbers are found on an information plate or sticker and often it will not say the words ‘model number’ but there will be a code near the brand name at the top, this sticker will have other information on it which will also display the watts & volts of the motor or the cc & power of the engine. This sticker is usually on the outer body of the tool, it will not be inside the tool or on the motor/ engine. Below are a few examples and hints of model numbers from a few brands, if you really cannot find your model number then take a few images of all the labels you can find on your tool and email them to us, we may be able to find it for you.

If you have found your model number but cannot find your model on our site then try taking out any spaces or symbols such as . - / or try typing in the first few letters and see if it recognises it, alternatively you can click onto your brand of tool and scroll through the model numbers to give yourself an idea as S and 5, B and 8 & I (i), l (L) and 1 can all look very similar in different fonts. If you still cannot find your model number on our site we may not have parts listed for it, but we may still be able to help so please get in contact with us.

 

BLACK AND DECKER - Both the model and type number need to be identified where possible as different type numbers can be totally different machines and parts may not fit. Most models begin with BD, DN, GW, SR, GL, KA or KW.

BOSCH - As well as the model number or 'trade name' Bosch also require a 'TYP' number which will be 10 digits long, sometimes both are needed as tools with the same model number can take different parts

DEWALT - Both the model and type number need to be identified where possible as different type numbers can be totally different machines and parts may not fit. Most models begin with DC, D or DW.

DRAPER - As well as a model number there will also be a 'stock code', which is 5 number long, on the identy sticker on your machine. If one does not work try the other.

ERBAUER - Most models begin with ERB.

FLYMO - As well as the model number the tool will have a 9 digit number on the sticker, sometimes both are needed as tools with the same model number can take different parts

JCB - Most model numbers begin with JCB and then are normally followed by some more numbers and letters.

MACALLISTER - Most model numbers begin with COD, MMS, MRS, MAC, MCS, MRH.

PERFORMANCE POWER - Most models begin with PWR, PP, CLM, FMTC, NLE or NLH.

TITAN - Most models begin with SF, TTB or TTK.

WORX - Most models begin with WG, WX or WU