Scag Parts Lookup
How to use our parts lookup
We highly recommend having your full model and serial number ready before searching for parts. Not having the exact model and serial number from your equipment may result in looking up and ordering incorrect parts.
How to find your diagram
Simply start typing your model number in the "Model Search" box and select your model and serial number when it appears. Once the page loads and shows all of the available assemblies for your model choose the assembly you wish to view the diagram for.
You can also browse to your model by clicking on a category under the heading "Browse Catalog". Once the page loads, locate your model and serial number range and click on it. The next page will have all of the available assemblies for your model. Choose the assembly you wish to view the diagram for.
You can also search by part number if you'd like to see if or where a part is used on a diagram.
Finding the right part
Finding the assembly the part you need is on can be a little tricky sometimes. The diagram pages or assemblies aren't always titled as expected. These titles may be something like "controls", "cutting deck" or "electrical parts" etc. You can change the current diagram assembly by clicking the "Change Assembly" button and choosing a different assembly.
Since Scag uses Kohler, Kawasaki and Briggs & Stratton engines on their equipment these parts won't always show in this parts lookup system. If you are needing an engine part and can't find it, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help you find the engine part you need fast!
If you're looking for a PDF you can print and use at home or on the job, check out our downloadable parts manuals.