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TB230 (12AVB26M066 2010) Troy-Bilt Lawn Mower

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This is a genuine OEM replacement part, it is sold individually. This is the front wheel on the models shown below. There are two of them on each mower. The wheel has a ring gear on the inside whic...
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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 TT screw, but it is also called a fastener, and it is used on multiple outdoor tools. This part is a Tri-Round or Tri-Lobular thread forming screw, it is 0.25 inches in diameter, 0.5 inches ...
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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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Mower blade does not cut
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Customer:
MICHAEL from Kennewick, WA
Parts Used:
734-04018C
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Socket set
The treads on the front drive wheels were worn down to the point that they provided little traction.
Removed a single nut on each end of the drive shaft with the appropriate socket. Wheels then slipped off. Cleaned/polished the shaft with fine sandpaper, lubed with silicone spray, slid on the wheels and reinstalled the nuts with the same socket. Wheels were an exact fit and OEM quality. Done in 15 minutes start to finish.
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Customer:
Ronald from WAYNE, MI
Parts Used:
734-04018C
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Socket set
Front drive wheels were wore out
Unbolted old wheels and bolted new wheels to my lawn mower
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Customer:
Jay from GERRY, NY
Parts Used:
734-04018C
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Not the exact fit
I had to drill and tap the ends of the axle and put a 1/4” bolt in to fasten the wheels. The hubs were not the same. They fastened differently.
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