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Washer Head Screw
PartSelect Number PS9982804
Manufacturer Part Number 584953901This part is the replacement washer head screw for your lawn tractor. It is black in color and is approximately an inch and a half in length. This self-threading screw is most commonly used for securing the mandrel housing to the mower deck of your lawn tractor. The main reason you would need to replace this part is if the old screw is damaged or missing. This part is sold individually and is a genuine OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Ring Klip Number T5304-75
PartSelect Number PS9143890
Manufacturer Part Number 812000029The Ring Klip Number T5304-75, also known simply as a ring clip, is an OEM part designed to secure your mower wheel to its axle. This part is black, made of metal, and around an inch in length. It is sold individually and may become damaged over time due to wear and fatigue.
Anthony from OLIVEHILL, TN
Wheel bushings were badRemoved old clip removed rim from tractor, removed grease fitting on rim, took hammer and screw driver knocked out old bushing turned rim over knocked out other bushing. Press in new bushings reinstalled grease fitting slide tire back on tractor, put retaining washers on then locking clip put on dust cover grease at grease fitting. Repeat other side. Read more...
Washer 25/32 x 1-1/4 x 16 Ga.
PartSelect Number PS9008998
Manufacturer Part Number 532121749This OEM washer, also known as a flat washer, has dimensions of 25/32 x 1-1/4. Silver in color and metal, the washer is sold individually. Although this part can have a range of applications depending on the equipment, its general function is to spread the load under a bolt. Ensure you consult your owners manual or check your model number to confirm this is the washer you need for your equipment. This part will need to be replaced when your existing one is worn or damaged. It is an easy repair according to our customers, and does not require any special tools.
Frederick from BINGHAMTON, NY
Front wheels, too much end playShimmed the wheels out on axle.. No more slop. Read more...
Bolt and Washer Assembly
PartSelect Number PS9020856
Manufacturer Part Number 532193003This manufacturer-approved bolt and washer assembly is for lawn tractors. Wear work gloves to protect your hands when installing this part.
Nut, Hex, Flangelock
PartSelect Number PS9022497
Manufacturer Part Number 532409149
Pin Cotter 7/16 Bow Tie Lock
PartSelect Number PS9020881
Manufacturer Part Number 532194209
PartSelect Number PS9015920
Manufacturer Part Number 532188967This OEM hardened washer spreads load under the bolts of your lawn tractor. It is silver, made of metal, and is sold individually. Over time, the washer may become damaged due to wear and fatigue, and will need to be replaced. You may notice this part is damaged if you start hearing a grinding or rubbing noise between the tire rim and ring clip. You will need a pair of needle nose pliers to carry out this repair, which our customers generally found easy. You will locate the washer on the spindle, between the wheel and the ring clip.
PartSelect Number PS9286886
Manufacturer Part Number 532187690
Pin Cotter 5/16 Bow Tie Lock
PartSelect Number PS9016072
Manufacturer Part Number 532194208
PartSelect Number PS9285696
Manufacturer Part Number 532110452The Push Nut is a black, metal nut, which can be installed with pliers and a hammer. It's used to secure parts in place in various locations on a variety of equipment. If damaged will not longer hold in place. Installation is rated as "Easy", but it will depend on the parts your are securing and the equipment you are using. Consult your make, model and diagrams to ensure this is the correct part. The part is sold individually.
Travis from PLATTE CITY, MO
Deflector shield cracked. Need to replace.Mark the location of the spring so you know how it goes on. Snip off the push nut holding the deflector shield pin. Hammer the pin out. Insert the pin with the spring holding the new deflector shield. Use a socket to steady the push nut and hammer the pin into the push net until secure. Read more...