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Washer Head Screw
PartSelect Number PS9982804
Manufacturer Part Number 584953901
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 securing the mandrel housing to the mower deck of your lawn tractor. The main reason you would need to replace this part is if the old screw is damaged or missing. This part is sold individually and is a genuine OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Nut, Hex, Flangelock
PartSelect Number PS9022497
Manufacturer Part Number 532409149
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Bolt and Washer Assembly
PartSelect Number PS9020856
Manufacturer Part Number 532193003
This manufacturer-approved bolt and washer assembly is for lawn tractors. Wear work gloves to protect your hands when installing this part.
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Washer-Spacer
PartSelect Number PS9286886
Manufacturer Part Number 532187690
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Key-Flywheel
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PartSelect Number PS8925657
Manufacturer Part Number 222698S
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Fuel Line Clamp
PartSelect Number PS8938782
Manufacturer Part Number 26460
The Fuel Line Clamp is a metal, individually sold part which clamps onto the fuel line, securing it to a port and preventing leaks. Installation is rated as "Easy" by customers and will require pliers and a screwdriver. If broken due to wear/fatigue/damage, there may be a fuel leak and the part should be replaced. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to ensure this is the correct part.
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Clamp-Hose
PartSelect Number PS9140678
Manufacturer Part Number 791850
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Nut-Push
PartSelect Number PS9285696
Manufacturer Part Number 532110452
The Push Nut is a black, metal nut, which can be installed with pliers and a hammer. It's used to secure parts in place in various locations on a variety of equipment. If damaged will not longer hold in place. Installation is rated as "Easy", but it will depend on the parts your are securing and the equipment you are using. Consult your make, model and diagrams to ensure this is the correct part. The part is sold individually.
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Travis from PLATTE CITY, MO
Deflector shield cracked. Need to replace.
Mark the location of the spring so you know how it goes on. Snip off the push nut holding the deflector shield pin. Hammer the pin out. Insert the pin with the spring holding the new deflector shield. Use a socket to steady the push nut and hammer the pin into the push net until secure. Read more...
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Bolt, Handle
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PartSelect Number PS9014802
Manufacturer Part Number 532191574
This Handle Bolt is sourced directly from the original equipment manufacturer for use in various lawn and garden equipment. It is used to secure the upper and lower handles together and is tightened by a knob on the other end. It is made of metal, is black, and is sold individually, not as part of a kit or assembly. This part will need to be replaced when it is worn or damaged and can no longer secure the arms together. No tools are needed to complete this repair. Customers rated this repair as Easy.
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Screw
PartSelect Number PS9009676
Manufacturer Part Number 532137729
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robert from EUREKA, CA
transaxle rotated forward on 2015 Husqvarna YT42DXLS
2015 Husqvarna YT42DXLS. Both transaxle support struts broke causing the transaxle rotated forward and shear transaxle mounting bracket. The transaxle was not damaged. All 3 parts required replacement. There are some good youtube videos to watch to show how to complete the repair.

HINT: I removed the mower deck and placed jack stands under the frame to support the rear end of the mower. I then supported the transaxle with a floor jack. This worked great for positioning/aligning the transaxle up to the frame after the new mounting bracket was installed.

HINT: Due to the shearing of the transaxle mounting bracket, it was difficult to get a socket to seat correctly on the some of the nuts securing the transaxle to the mounting bracket. I highly recommend getting 4 new nuts because you will likely damage/strip the nut while removing it.

HINT: The youtube videos all show removing the rear tires. The rear tires can be difficult to remove; and there are some interesting youtube videos on removing stuck rear tires. If you have a stuck rear tire, you can complete the repair with the tires on; it is just a bit more challenging to squeeze your hands behind the tire to reach the bolts. I was able to only get one tire off.

HINT: If I wasn't able to do the repair with the rear tire on, my idea for getting the rear tire off was to fabricate a bracket that would work with a gear puller. The plan was to utilize the two symmetrical 1/4 inch-ish size holes in the rim to install 12" long bolts. I would then install a C-channel over the bolts, which would place the C-channel directly over the axle. I would then drill a hold in the C-channel for the gear puller bolt to go through. The shoulders of the gear puller bracket would then push against the c-channel. I was planning on using a few large fender washers on the back side of the rim to help prevent the rim from getting damaged when pulling the tire. You will be pulling the rim about 3 inches to get it off the axle.

HINT: It look four hours to repair plus another half hour of watching youtube videos; probably would have taken two hours if I didn't spend two hours trying to take off one of the rear tires that was stuck.

HINT: Since I was working under the mower, I also replaced the drive (motion) belt as preventative maintenance.
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