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1692876 Simplicity Tiller

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This is a nut for your lawn and garden equipment. The diameter is 5/16 inches with a thread size of 18. The nut has a washer like base, with a wide flange to ensure it will not loosen with heavy vibrations.
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This is a hex nut, and it is found in various outdoor tools and equipment. This nut has 6 sides, and is made entirely of metal. It has a 5/16-inch diameter, and a thread size of 18. This part is most ...
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Farrell
April 21, 2022
What is the best way to remove a drive wheel from a drive shaft, that is stuck on a shaft?
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Hello Farrell, Thank you for writing. Use a rubber mallet and tap the wheel hard all the way around it to loosen up and rust and debris securing it together. You may also want to spray it with penetrating fluid too and let it sit for a while then hit it. I hope this helps and good luck with your repair.

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