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74301 (230000001-230999999 - 2003) Toro Lawn Tractor

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This is a self threading bolt designed for snowblowers. This OEM part is sourced directly from the original manufacturer. It is sold individually and has a thread of 5/16-inches. The self threading bo...
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This is a lock nut and it is used in a variety of outdoor lawn equipment. This lock nut has a nylon insert, making it a nyloc nut. The insert allows the nut to be resistant to turning caused by strong vibrations.
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Customer:
FRANK from EASTANOLLEE, GA
Parts Used:
692255, 692236, 692137, 691917, 273280S, 697123, 691636, 692138, 281165S, 272475S
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench set
Screw can out of the carburator throttle baffel and stuck in the exhaust valve
No compression. Removed the cylinder head. freed the screw, checked the valve to see if it still sealed. Turned the head over with the valves in it, install a spark plug, fill the head dome with gas and see if any leeks out over a 2 hr period. If not you are good to go. Reinstalled every thing with new gaskets and a new carburetor screw. Set the valves to spec. Complete the rebuild and there you have it. Rebuild the carburetor while you have it apart. This motor runs great !!!
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Customer:
Michelle from AYLETT, VA
Parts Used:
63-8360
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Grandson lost the ignition key to my Toro!
No repair, lol! Just a perfect fit for my ignition :). I bought two in case my grandson gets curious again.
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Customer:
William from SPRING GREEN, WI
Parts Used:
796201
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable)
My Briggs & Strattan (Troy Bilt) riding mover had broken vanes(blades) on the engine.
I went to Troy-Bilt first first for the part-nothing, then B&S engine, still no help surfing their websites for this part. Again, no help. Before giving up completely I thought about all the parts I have bought from PartSelect for washers and such. Typed in "Fan-Flywheel" B&S. First thing that popped up was a picture of this part. All my searching on Troy-Bilt mower site and B&S site for over two hours with no results, and then I go to PartSelect and without my model number or anything else, they had it and even displayed my model number and sent it right away, popped it in and the mower is working fine as ever. No matter what you need, I say save yourself a lot of time and just go here first. I'm a loyal member of PartSelect for over six years!!!
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