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PartSelect Number PS9006914
Manufacturer Part Number 532009040
The OEM bearing, also known as the flange bearing, is silver, made of metal, and sold individually. It is used on riding mowers to secure the wheel in place and allow it to rotate freely on the shaft. Over time, the part may become worn and damaged, which you will notice if you experience a squealing or grinding sound from the wheel in question, or you notice the wheel is sloppy on the shaft. You will need a hammer and punch to complete this repair, which most of our customers rated as easy. Make sure you tap the new bearing into place evenly inside the tire rim.
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PartSelect Number PS9285698
Manufacturer Part Number 532110485
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Bearing, Ball
PartSelect Number PS8887153
Manufacturer Part Number 1705897SM
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Bushing Steering
PartSelect Number PS9015678
Manufacturer Part Number 532195227
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Bearing
PartSelect Number PS9998483
Manufacturer Part Number 7010986YP
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Bearing
PartSelect Number PS9010748
Manufacturer Part Number 532003366
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Bearing Ball 20mm
PartSelect Number PS8893804
Manufacturer Part Number 1735399YP
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PartSelect Number PS9998745
Manufacturer Part Number 7013321YP
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Bearing, Wheel
PartSelect Number PS9907132
Manufacturer Part Number 1752171YP
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Bearing
PartSelect Number PS9164778
Manufacturer Part Number 931-0374
The flange sleeve bearing, also known just as the bearing, is sold individually, and assists the tine shaft rotation on your tiller by reducing friction between the moving parts and securing their positioning. Because of this function, this part can wear easily and requires regular replacement. This part is OEM, black in color and made of metal. If the shaft becomes loose within the tiller housing, and you notice noise coming from it, it is likely that you need to replace this bearing. Most customers rated this as a moderately easy repair, which requires a screwdriver, pliers, a socket set, wrench driver, and nutdriver.

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