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20016 (220300001-220999999 - 2002) Toro Lawn Mower

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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...
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This is a traction cable for a lawn mower. This OEM quality part connects the drive control to the transmission. When the drive lever is engaged, this draws the cable, which starts the transmission. T...
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This part includes one V-belt for a lawn mower. It measures approximately 35-inches long and 3/8-inches wide. This drive belt is part of the blade and transmission assembly. The belt can become worn a...
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This part includes one ball bearing for a lawn mower. This official OEM replacement part is designed to minimize friction between components that rotate. They help to reduce the amount of wear put on ...
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Customer:
Steven from FAIRVIEW, TN
Parts Used:
650898A
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Socket set
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.
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Customer:
Ray from YARDLEY, PA
Parts Used:
105-1809
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Socket set, Wrench set
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.
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