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38052 (39000001-39999999 - 1993) Toro Snow Blower

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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 part includes one lock nut for a snowblower. This nut is part of the frame assembly and is used to tightly secure a bolt and prevent it from loosening. This OEM lock nut is sourced right from the...
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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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This is a nut, for a variety of outdoor lawn equipment. This part is a nylon insert locking nut, meaning it has a nylon collar insert that makes the nut resistant to turning from heavy vibrations. It ...
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This is a genuine OEM replacement part sourced directly from the manufacturer. Spark plugs are important component of the ignition system, they take energy from the battery to create and electric spar...
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This is a replacement screw, also known as a shear pin that is used in several pieces of outdoor power equipment. It is made of metal and is approximately 2 inches in length. It is a hex head screw an...
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This is a screw for your lawn equipment. Most commonly used to secure the half-rotor to the blade in your machine. This part is a hex bolt, and requires a nut or a tapped hole.
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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:
Dan from Millstone Twp, NJ
Parts Used:
37040
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Bad Camshaft made of plastic
Ordered a replacement camshaft and had a terrible result. Supposed to be in stock but wasn't. NO update on when the part would arrive. NO contact unless I initiated it. Only email I received stated NO information on when part would arrive. I asked for Customer service to reach out for more details and they balked, did not want to do a nything. I insisted and the result was an email stating no idea. No further info from anyone. I figured my next step was to ask for a refund but figured it would not be refunded. I then found a "dead" engine and used THAT camshaft for my repair. Weeks later your part arrived with ZERO notice. I should have asked for a refund due to your failure to live up to your hype. ZERO stars for this junk. Will NOT ever use you again.
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