This 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 securi...
The OEM bearing, also known as the flange bearing, is silver, made of metal, and sold individually. It is used on riding mowers to secure the wheel in place and allow it to rotate freely on the shaft....
The 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 i...
This 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...
This 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...
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June 30, 2021
I'm having trouble getting the right deck belt ps9479506. My mower is a 2010, but if you look at parts the belt sizes are all different. Either my belt is to tight and drives the blades when they are disengaged or the belt is to big and will not work what is the right length for this model. Poulan xt riding tractor
For model number PXT12538
Thank you for your question. The part number listed under your model number for the deck belt that drives the blades is PS9479506. If you would like to place an order for it, you may order it either online or by calling our customer service line and anyone will be happy to assist you. We hope this helps! If you have any questions, please let us know.
This mower stopped turning left, not sure what to look at to narrow it down.
For model number PXT12538
Hello Joe, thank you for your question. If you've recently hit an object, it's possible you've dislodged the gear that controls the steering system. Simply loosen the bolt that holds the steering gear in place, turn the steering wheel fully to the left and listen for the sound of the gear popping back to its rightful position. Tighten the bolt after the repair. If the gear is damaged beyond repair, it will need to be replaced. Another consequence of hitting a hard object is a dislodged ball joint. When the ball joint pops out of place, the steering suffers. Examine the mower to determine whether the ball joints are in place. The steering system bushing could also be damaged. The steering system bushing is located beneath the steering gear. To replace the bushing, remove the nut that holds the gear in place, pull the gear off the machine and remove the bushing that lies underneath it. Insert the new bushing, replace the gear and reinstall the nut. We hope this helps.