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TB230 (12AVB26M066 2011) Troy-Bilt Lawn Mower

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This is a mulching blade for your lawn mower. It is located underneath the lawn mower deck, and cuts the grass by rotating. This blade has a curved style shell, and includes extra cutting surfaces alo...
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This is an authentic 51-inch control cable for walk-behind lawn mowers. This part is made up of a metal wire cable with a Z-type bent end on either side, and a 37.5-inch rubberized outer cover. When t...
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This is a bell blade support, also known as a bell spacer, for your lawn mower. It is fitted between the bottom of the blade, and the blade bolt. This part provides support for the blade. It is made o...
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This is a flange lock nut, and it is used with various outdoor tools and equipment. The flange lock nut is all one piece. It has a bottom circular flange and a smaller top hex section. This is a torqu...
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This wheel kit is a genuine manufacturer sourced replacement part. It is specially designed for use with walk-behind lawn mowers. This is the drive wheel that moves the mower. This part consists of a ...
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Mower blade does not cut
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Customer:
STEPHEN from ROME, NY
Parts Used:
787-01872C-0638
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Socket set
My mower deck rotted out.
I purchased a new deck and it was a perfect fit thanks to the woman that I spoke with on the phone. And the price was great along with the shipping. Thanks for everything.
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Customer:
Douglas from LANGHORNE, PA
Parts Used:
787-01872C-0638
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
More than 2 hours
Tools:
Socket set
Although the Original deck was rusted and collapsing , the mower was extremely reliable.
Anyone attempting this probably doesn’t need my tutorial but I would add this: closely inspect, clean and repair or replace any hardware as needed. You’ll be glad you did.
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Customer:
Dan from LAKEWOOD, OH
Parts Used:
710-04995A, 731-07487
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable), Wrench set
I replaced the deck on my Craftsman Lawn Mower, and needed a new water nozzle and some screws to hold the front wheel assembly on.
I removed the rear wheels, then I removed the blade, then the motor, then the front wheel assembly. The bolts holding the front wheel assembly were rusted and rounded trying to remove them, so I cut them out with a grinder. Afterwards I removed the remainder of the screw with a pair of pliers. I also removed the Water jet cleanout nozz le, found it was cracked, ordered the part from PartSelect, along with the screws needed to attach the front wheel assembly. I cleaned the remaining parts and re installed them onto the new deck. First, I installed the front wheel assembly, then the motor, then sat the mower upright, installed the blade, then took the rear wheel assembly and aligned it and fastened it to the deck. Last piece was the water nozzle. I placed it in the recess for it, and fastened it with the bolt. Then I tested the mower, and it worked without issue. Afterwards I used the new clean out port to rinse the underside of the deck, and it worked well.
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