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PartSelect #:PS9455101
Manufacturer #:734-04018C
This is a genuine OEM replacement part, it is sold individually. This is the front wheel on the models shown below. There are two of them on each mower. The wheel has a ring gear o...
$12.76
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PartSelect #:PS9169783
Manufacturer #:942-0741A
This is an authentic replacement part manufactured for use with Craftsman walk-behind lawnmowers. The blade is angled to allow the clippings to rotate through the cutting deck to p...
$18.85
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PartSelect #:PS9180334
Manufacturer #:946-1130
This zone control cable is for lawn mowers. Zone control cable stops the engine when you let go of the handle. Wear work gloves to protect your hands during this repair.
$15.11
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PartSelect #:PS9298768
Manufacturer #:710-0599
$3.05
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PartSelect #:PS9113457
Manufacturer #:747-1161A-0637
$10.07
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PartSelect #:PS9167632
Manufacturer #:946-04206A
$19.81
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PartSelect #:PS9119111
Manufacturer #:736-0524B
$4.68
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PartSelect #:PS10001918
Manufacturer #:710-1652
$3.05
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PartSelect #:PS9183894
Manufacturer #:BS-491588S
$9.17
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PartSelect #:PS9095080
Manufacturer #:712-04065
Designed for use in various models of lawn and garden equipment, this part is not sold as part of a kit or assembly. It is made of metal, is gold in color, and is sold individually...
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Wheel-Gear – Part Number: 734-04018C
  • Customer: Jay from GERRY, NY
  • Difficulty: A Bit Difficult
  • Time to Complete: 30 - 60 mins
  • Tools Required:
  • 1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
I had to drill and tap the ends of the axle and put a 1/4” bolt in to fasten the wheels. The hubs were not the same. They fastened differently. read more