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13BX694G401 (1998) Yard Man Lawn Tractor

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Genuine OEM replacement part, this item is sold individually. As the description says, this is the Steering Shaft for all of the Lawn Tractors shown below. One of the most popular reasons this part ...
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This is a lock ball joint assembly for your lawn tractor. The ball joint assembly connects to the pitman arm and the drag link, and is a part of the steering mechanism on your machine. This part is 7/...
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This part includes one hex flange bearing for a lawn tractor. It is sourced directly from the original manufacturer. Its purpose is to connect the steering shaft to the frame of the lawn tractor. It h...
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This part includes one hex flange nut that is compatible with various outdoor equipment. It has a thread of 5/8-18 and consists of a hex nut with a wide flange on one end. The flange works like a wash...
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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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Dimension: 21.23-Inch This is a Genuine Manufacturer Approved Blade used on Riding Mower/Lawn Tractor. This Blade is sold Individually. It is a 3-in-1 blade for mulch, bag and side discharge purpos...
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This is a flange bearing for your lawn and garden equipment. It is a bearing contained inside a housing unit that provides a strong and secure position, while still allowing the bearing within to rota...
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This is a Belleville washer, and it is used with various lawn and garden equipment around your home. This part has an inner diameter of 0.340 inches and an outer diameter of 0.872 inches. The convex s...
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This lock washer is used to resist the loosening of bolted joints. Repair tip: It is difficult to install the lock washer in a tight place or when the bolt/screw is pointing down. This lock works with...
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Customer:
Brian from LAGRANGE, KY
Parts Used:
783-0345-0637
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Wrench (Adjustable)
Battery tray rusted out
Removed battery then replaced tray it sets in then, then reinstalled the battery
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Customer:
Patrick from Northville, NY
Parts Used:
941-0656A
Difficulty Level:
Difficult
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench set
Yardman / MTD wouldn't steer left, makes a popping and grinding noise when turning.
To disconnect the steering shaft to replace the bearing, there is a #3 Philips head screw on the underside of the deck which needs to be taken out. Chances are it hasn't been replaced before, so it is likely very tight. I ended up dropping the deck to allow for more room but it could probably be done with the deck in place the way I had t o do it. I had someone hold the steering wheel up top (not undoing the 13mm bolt holding the steering wheel in) and tried to unscrew the Philips, even after heating it with a torch still stripped out. The only way I could get the screw out was to take a pair of Vice Grips adjusted extremely tight to the outside of the screw and put the torch on it to heat it again. Then, turn the steering wheel to the left and when the Vice Grips get caught on the bottom of the mower, it will unthread the steering wheel from the screw. After the screw and washer are out *TAKE NOTE OF THE ORIENTATION OF THE WASHER*, I went to the hardware store and replaced the screw with a bolt that was 5/16 - 18 x .750 which was the closest length they had, took out the worn out bearing, popped in the new one, reinstalled the washer and bolt, then the deck. Even if you get the philips screw out without using Vice Grips, I would still recommend replacing it with a bolt.
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