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Grille Assembly – Part Number: 1652670
Grille Assembly
This part number matches the current model number 1652670
PartSelect #: PS8874150
Manufacturer #: 1652670
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TT Screw 1/4-20 x 0.5 – Part Number: 710-0599
TT Screw 1/4-20 x 0.5
PartSelect #: PS9298768
Manufacturer #: 710-0599
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Slide Shoe – Part Number: 784-5580-0637
Slide Shoe
PartSelect #: PS9135084
Manufacturer #: 784-5580-0637
This Slide Shoe is rated as "Easy" to install and requires a wrench set. It is a manufacturer-approved part that comes in black and is constructed of metal. The part is used to help the snowblower sli...
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Drive Clutch Cable 39.88 – Part Number: 946-0898
Drive Clutch Cable 39.88
PartSelect #: PS9170572
Manufacturer #: 946-0898
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Auger Clutch Cable – Part Number: 946-0897
Auger Clutch Cable
PartSelect #: PS9170571
Manufacturer #: 946-0897
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Wheel-Friction 4. – Part Number: 935-0243B
Wheel-Friction 4.
PartSelect #: PS9311064
Manufacturer #: 935-0243B
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Plastic Bushing .380 ID – Part Number: 941-0475
Plastic Bushing .380 ID
PartSelect #: PS9167515
Manufacturer #: 941-0475
This is an authentic OEM part for Craftsman lawn and garden equipment. This bushing has an internal diameter of 0.380", is made of durable black plastic, is not part of an assembly or kit, and is sold...
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Hex Flange Bearing – Part Number: 941-0245
Hex Flange Bearing
PartSelect #: PS9178250
Manufacturer #: 941-0245
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Worm Gear 20 T, 22" – Part Number: 917-04861
Worm Gear 20 T, 22"
PartSelect #: PS9165943
Manufacturer #: 917-04861
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Washer-Lock 5/16 – Part Number: 936-0119
Washer-Lock 5/16
PartSelect #: PS9311087
Manufacturer #: 936-0119
This Washer-Lock 5/16 is a silver, metal part that is sold individually and comes direct from the manufacturer. With a 5/16 Inch Interior Diameter and 1/2 Inch Outside Diameter, it is used to prevent ...
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Grease Benalene 920 8 Oz – Part Number: 737-0300A
Grease Benalene 920 8 Oz
PartSelect #: PS9119538
Manufacturer #: 737-0300A
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Spring-Extension – Part Number: 932-0264
PartSelect #: PS9310931
Manufacturer #: 932-0264
This is a genuine OEM sourced part that is not part of a kit or assembly and is sold individually. This Spring Extension, or Extension Spring, serves a variety of purposes, depending on your model. It...
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Star Knob 5/16-18 – Part Number: 720-04072A
Star Knob 5/16-18
PartSelect #: PS9109078
Manufacturer #: 720-04072A
This Star Knob, which may also be simply referred to as a Knob, is sourced directly from the manufacturer for use in lawn mowers and snow blowers. This part provides a quick-release for handles to fol...
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Original shave plate badly worn
With WD-40 or equivalent, spray the four nuts on the underside of the snow blower housing that hold the shave plate to the housing. Also spray the two bolts that hold the shave plate to the side of the housing. Let sit for a few minutes and using a 1/2" box end wrench remove the four nuts on the bottom of the housing. If necessary, apply heat with a torch to loosen. Using a 9/16" box end wrench, remove the nuts on the sides (these also hold the adjustable skid feet). It is recommended that the bottom bolts and nuts be replaced with 5/16-18 X 3/4" long zinc plated carriage bolts using zinc plated washers and ny-lock nuts. It is also recommended that all of th screw threads be coated with an anti- seize lubricant so disassembly at a later date will be easy.
Parts Used:
Shave Plate 26&#34
  • John from HARRISVILLE, NH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Wrench set
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Mixer began to make a noise on speed two and higher
We took our 30 plus year mixer apart. I removed the old grease. There was some crumbly looking grease in the main housing gear section where the nylon gear is located. It looked like it had flour mixed in it. Not certain. Removed as best possible all old grease and applied 6 oz. of new Benalene grease to all of the gears. Now it does not make the slight howl sound.
Parts Used:
Grease Benalene 920 8 Oz
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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