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20016 (220000001-220300000 - 2002) Toro Lawn Mower - Overview

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PLUG – Part Number: 20016
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PartSelect #: PS16563517
Manufacturer #: 20016
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Washer-Stepped – Part Number: 614426
Washer-Stepped
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PartSelect #: PS9048394
Manufacturer #: 614426
The Stepped Washer is used to secure the wheels onto the shaft of a push mower. It attaches to the wheel axle. If broken due to wear/fatigue, the wheel will come off and the part should be replaced. I...
$2.99
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Screw – Part Number: 650898A
Screw
PartSelect #: PS9053486
Manufacturer #: 650898A
This screw, also known as a shoulder bolt, is a genuine OEM replacement part for your lawn mower. This metal screw holds the starter grille in place against the rewing starter on your lawn mower. It r...
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Screw – Part Number: 650926
Screw
PartSelect #: PS9293090
Manufacturer #: 650926
$2.99
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Key – Part Number: 612066
Key
PartSelect #: PS9048174
Manufacturer #: 612066
$2.99
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Ring-Clip, Locking – Part Number: 65-2720
Ring-Clip, Locking
PartSelect #: PS9052921
Manufacturer #: 65-2720
This OEM Locking Ring holds components or assemblies onto a shaft or in a housing/bore when installed in a groove. Installation is rated as "Easy" by customers and will require pliers. The part secure...
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Screw-Taptite – Part Number: 95-1726
Screw-Taptite
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PartSelect #: PS9180925
Manufacturer #: 95-1726
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Spring-Compression – Part Number: 39-9650
Spring-Compression
PartSelect #: PS8961286
Manufacturer #: 39-9650
$2.99
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Blade-22 Inch – Part Number: 131-4547-03
Blade-22 Inch
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PartSelect #: PS11804777
Manufacturer #: 131-4547-03
This is a genuine OEM replacement blade for use on Lawn Mowers. If the blade is too dull it will tear the grass instead of an even cut. A bent or damaged blade can cause serious damage or injuries. Yo...
$27.91
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Bowl Gasket Tecumseh – Part Number: 49-841
Bowl Gasket Tecumseh
PartSelect #: PS9958948
Manufacturer #: 49-841
This OEM Carburetor Bowl Gasket attaches between the carburetor bowl and carburetor in order to seal the parts together. This model is rubber, black, and comes individually sold. Installation is rated...
$2.99
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Bearing-Ball – Part Number: 104-8699
Bearing-Ball
PartSelect #: PS8824569
Manufacturer #: 104-8699
$3.79
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    Gary
    May 25, 2022
    On the front wheel assembly of my Toro 20016 s/n 220042531 recycler there is a steped washer. I need to know the orientation of the washer to the wheel. Does the small portion of the washer go toward the wheel or the away from the wheel?
    For model number 20016
    Hi Gary and thank you for contacting us, The bigger side goes against the wheel and the step side faces in towards the lawnmower. I hope this helps and good luck with your repair.

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      Keep searches simple. Use keywords, e.g. "leaking", "pump", "broken" or "fit".
      Lost PartSelect Number PS9053486; Tecumseh 650898A screw
      I lost two of the screws that hold the plastic Lawn Boy cowling to the Tecumseh lv195ea engine. I just replaced the lost screws with the newly ordered screws.
      Parts Used:
      Screw
      • Steven from FAIRVIEW, TN
      • Difficulty Level:
        Very Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        Less than 15 mins
      • Tools:
        Socket set
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      Wheel height adjuster lever (spring steel) cracked / split in two.
      Tip mower onto side, raising side to be repaired. Empty gas tank if possible or use rags to prevent gasoline drips onto clean surfaces.

      Remove wheel using a 1/2" socket.
      Remove wheel height assembly with 1/2" socket and open end wrench to hold nut below the deck.
      Position new spring arm over the slot on wheel height assembly plate. Check opposite side to verify correct orientation if needed.
      Remove plastic cover from old lever using a small flat blade screwdriver. Slip onto new lever.
      Replace wheel height assembly.
      Replace wheel.
      Parts Used:
      Arm-Spring
      • Ray from YARDLEY, PA
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        Less than 15 mins
      • Tools:
        Socket set, Wrench set
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