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20331 (310006220-310999999 - 2010) Toro Lawn Mower - Overview

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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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Baffle-Front – Part Number: 114-7963-01
Baffle-Front
PartSelect #: PS8845729
Manufacturer #: 114-7963-01
$34.09
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Rear Baffle – Part Number: 120-5218
Rear Baffle
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PartSelect #: PS8856278
Manufacturer #: 120-5218
$26.25
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Chute-Discharge, Side – Part Number: 115-8447
Chute-Discharge, Side
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PartSelect #: PS8847392
Manufacturer #: 115-8447
$15.79
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Screw-Taptite – Part Number: 95-1726
Screw-Taptite
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PartSelect #: PS9180925
Manufacturer #: 95-1726
$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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Shield-Trailing – Part Number: 115-8420
Shield-Trailing
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PartSelect #: PS8848739
Manufacturer #: 115-8420
$30.11
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Cable-Brake – Part Number: 112-8818
Cable-Brake
PartSelect #: PS8842018
Manufacturer #: 112-8818
$31.35
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Bearing-Ball – Part Number: 104-8699
Bearing-Ball
PartSelect #: PS8824569
Manufacturer #: 104-8699
$3.79
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Bolt-Shoulder – Part Number: 614650
Bolt-Shoulder
PartSelect #: PS9046634
Manufacturer #: 614650
The Shoulder Bolt is a 3/8-16 x 3-5/8 bolt, certified by the original equipment manufacturer. It is a metal bolt which is individually sold and comes in black. Installation requires a wrench or socket...
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trailing shield had broken off the mower, rendering bag useless.
Removed the wheels, attached the shield and replace wheels. Easy-peesy!
Parts Used:
Shield-Trailing
  • Judy from PRINCETON, MN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Wrench (Adjustable)
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The hub that the mower blade mounts to was broken
The hub that the mower blade mounts to was brokenPut the new Harbonne played and played securing flange bolted it up
Parts Used:
Spacer-Driver Blade Driver Assembly
  • randy from HIGHLAND, IL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Wrench 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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