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WE261 (2012-01 - 96028000103) Weed Eater Lawn Tractor

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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 securi...
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This is a flat metal washer found in various models of lawn mowers and is sold individually. This flat washer can have various functions depending on the equipment; however, its general purpose is to ...
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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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This is an OEM lawn mower deck mandrel spacer washer, sold individually. It measures approximately 43/64-Inches in diameter, 1-1/8-Inches outer diameter, and 5/32-Inches thick (these measurements are ...
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This ignition switch has been sourced directly from the original manufacturer and is sold individually (key sold separately). The ignition switch is also sometimes referred to as a starter switch and ...
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This is an OEM bowtie cotter pin for lawn tractors. It is sold individually. This part is made of metal material, so over time, this metal can corrode or rust, especially if the lawn tractor is expose...
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This is a 5/16-inch metal cotter pin and it is sold as an individual part. Cotter pins secure a variety of different assemblies by placing them through a drilled hole in a shaft or bolt, such as on a ...
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This part includes one genuinely sourced washer for a ride-on lawn mower. Washers help to disperse the load and provides a tight seal in between components. Depending on your unit, the applications wi...
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Customer:
Gary from PILESGROVE, NJ
Parts Used:
532123583
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Take the wheel off. Place the key in the slot. Put the wheel back on.
Just described it.
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Customer:
Steven from Hickory, NC
Parts Used:
532177968
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Socket set, Wrench set
Lound deck noise when mower put into motion
Parked mower on level concrete drive, laid on cardboard. Lowered mower deck all the way. Sparayed some WD40 on nut/bolt on top of old pulley. Since it is a carriage type bolt, placed 5/8" boxed end wrench over self locking nut on top of old pulley. Using some force from 3lb mallet to break nut free (hitting against wrench body), the nut c ame off easy as did broken pulley/bearing inside. Installed new pulley assembly, re-tightened nut on bolt. Checked after first mowing just to be certain pulley was in place and locking nut tight.
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Customer:
James from OAKFIELD, ME
Parts Used:
532430645
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Primary chain worn out
The primary chain was worn out
Got a new one took out one link and replaced it with a master link#35 then cut off the old primary chain and installed the new one
Only required jacking the machine up and no disassembly of the unit
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