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Troy-Bilt TB575SS (Big Red)(41ADT57C966) Gas Trimmer Parts

Troy-Bilt TB575SS (Big Red)(41ADT57C966) Gas Trimmer

 Troy-Bilt TB575SS (Big Red)(41ADT57C966) Gas Trimmer Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
A1753-04234
Throttle Housing & Trigger Assembly
Throttle Housing & Trigger Assembly
In stock
25+ available
$11.21
A275304119
Throttle Trigger
Throttle Trigger
In stock
25+ available
$3.94
A3791-182690
Throttle Trigger Spring
Throttle Trigger Spring
In stock
25+ available
$4.05
A4791-182405
Switch
Switch
In stock
25+ available
$5.60
A5753-05266
Throttle Cable
Throttle Cable
In stock
25+ available
$10.82
A6753-04236
Upper Drive Shaft Housing Assembly
Upper Drive Shaft Housing Assembly
In stock
25+ available
$54.39
A7791-180869
Loop Handle Assembly
Loop Handle Assembly
In stock
1 available
$42.89
A8791-181070
Screw
Screw
Backorder:
No ETA.
$2.39
A9791-182167
Deluxe D-Handle
Deluxe D-Handle
Backorder:
No ETA.
$46.52
A10791-182168
Bottom Clamp
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$8.03
A11753-1190
Split Boom Coupler
Split Boom Coupler
In stock
25+ available
$11.70
A12791-182057
Screw
Screw
In stock
25+ available
$2.37
A13791-181617
Bolt
Bolt
In stock
25+ available
$2.69
A14791181981
Adjustment Knob
Adjustment Knob
In stock
25+ available
$5.98
A15712-04018A
Nut
Nut
In stock
20 available
$2.29
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A16753-04504
Lower Drive Shaft Housing Assembly
Lower Drive Shaft Housing Assembly
In stock
1 available
$38.79
A17753-05267
Lower Flexible Drive Shaft
Lower Flexible Drive Shaft
In stock
25+ available
$23.70
A18791-145569
Anti-Rotation Screw
Anti-Rotation Screw
In stock
25+ available
$5.43
A19753-05268
Gear Box Assembly Includes Cutting Head
Gear Box Assembly Includes Cutting Head
In stock
25+ available
$36.30
A20791-180547
Guard Mounting Screw Assembly
Guard Mounting Screw Assembly
In stock
25+ available
$5.95
A21753-1213
Guard and Blade Assembly
Guard and Blade Assembly
In stock
25+ available
$16.47
A22791-181823
Blade Assembly
Blade Assembly
In stock
12 available
$8.21
A23791-181457
Outer Spool and Eyelet Assembly w/ Retainer
Outer Spool and Eyelet Assembly w/ Retainer
In stock
25+ available
$21.06
A24791-181458
Retainer
Retainer
In stock
25+ available
$2.37
A25791-181561
Thrust Washer
Thrust Washer
In stock
25+ available
$2.32
A26753-04257
Slider
Slider
In stock
25+ available
$4.17
A27791-181459
Small Spring (2 Required for most models)
Small Spring (2 Required for most models)
In stock
25+ available
$2.36
A28791-181532
E-Clip
E-Clip
In stock
25+ available
$2.25
A29791-181531
Spring
Spring
In stock
25+ available
$2.37
A30791-181462
Plunger
Plunger
In stock
25+ available
$2.43
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A31791-181463
C-Clip
C-Clip
In stock
25+ available
$2.31
A32791-181460B
Reel and Line Assembly
Reel and Line Assembly
In stock
25+ available
$18.20
A33791-181465B
Large Spring
Large Spring
In stock
25+ available
$6.07
A34791-181467
Foam Seal
Foam Seal
In stock
25+ available
$2.38
A35791-181468B
Bump Head Knob Assembly
Bump Head Knob Assembly
Note: Includes spring and foam seal
In stock
25+ available
$10.73
A753-05268
Gear Box Assembly Includes Cutting Head
Gear Box Assembly Includes Cutting Head
In stock
25+ available
$36.30

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1184399
Question: Clutch Question

1184399

I removed everything to make the clutch visible on my trimmer. Is the clutch assembly suppose to move in and out freely or have any play? My trimmer works but at times it seems to shake a bit when giving it gas. I notice the clutch assembly moving quite a bit. Please help


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WJA
Reply: Clutch Question

WJA

Hello 1184399,

It is normal to have a little play in the clutch assembly on your trimmer. You should have no worries about it, put it back together and start weed wacking again.

-WJA
duff5110
Question: Trimmer Line Size For Tb575ss

duff5110

what size line does this trimmer use?
WJA
Reply: Trimmer Line Size For Tb575ss

WJA

Hello duff5110,

The trimmer line size for the TB575SS is .095 Here are some options for you.

69-200
69-172
110275

-WJA
WJA
Reply: Trimmer Line Size For Tb575ss

WJA

Hello duff5110,

The trimmer line size for the TB575SS is .095 Here are some options for you.

69-200
69-172
110275

-WJA
522072
Question: Cam Bracket Assembly

522072

What does the cam bracket assembly do?
mlangley
Question: Carb Rebuild

mlangley

Is there a carb rebuild kit available for this component? When I took the carb apart, I found debris that I believe was causing the issue of poor performance. However, one of the small gaskets was damaged. Is a rebuild kit available, and also a schematic of the carb (either in drawings or photos)? I hate to spend $50 when a rebuild kit is $5. Thanks, Mike
Andy
Question: Oil Coming From Carb

Andy

I have oil coming from the breather tube into the carburetor. When I turn over the motor, with the air filter cover off, oil spits out of a disk or valve on the left-hand side. This valve is connected to the breather tube going to the crankcase. I am losing power as the motor runs. Yes, I think I know the answer, but would like a second or third opinion.
Rodney
Reply: Oil Coming From Carb

Rodney

I have one doing the same . I'm guessing that the rings and/or the cylinder is worn enough to allow blow-by thus forcing oil out the breather. It's been used hard for about 3 seasons. what was your idea?
John Portwood
Question: Clutch Removal And Starter Housi...

John Portwood

For some reason, one of the springs on the clutch broke or came lose and damaged the starter housing case.

I need to replace both the starter housing case and the clutch.

Does the clutch screw off or just slip off? How do you remove the clutch easily without damaging the shaft?
dpolalex
Reply: Clutch Removal And Starter Housi...

dpolalex

you need remove spark plug and insert shoe lies into the cylinder to block cylinder from moving w/o braking or scratching inside cylinder and move shaft to lock the cylinder, then remove screw from the shaft that is holding clutch. Hope this helps.
WJA
Reply: Clutch Removal And Starter Housi...

WJA

Hello John Portwood,

As dpolalex said there are a few tricks involving the removal of the clutch from a trimmer. We have prepared an article and video to help you with your repair. Here is a link to it, How to Remove a Trimmer Clutch.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Ron
Question: Outer Spool

Ron

I am trying to remove the outer spool eyelet assy from the cutting head; can you help me out?
steve
Question: Clutch

steve

Is the clutch pressed on? Do I need a puller to remove it?
Kevin
Reply: Clutch

Kevin

Steve,
The clutch is threaded on. You will need to lock the crankshaft in order to spin it off. If you don't have the right tool, you might try what I did. Remove the spark plug and find bottom dead center before the compression stroke. Fill the combustion chamber with oil and re-install the spark plug. Now you will be able to spin the clutch off.
Jeffery
Question: Outer Spool Removal

Jeffery

I can't remove the outer spool on my Troy-Bilt weed eater to replace it! I got the inner spool with the wire on it out but I can't get the rest off. If anyone knows how to help please let me know.
Sam
Question: Upper Boom Assembly

Sam

I have the troy-bilt 575ss split boom. The square hole in the adapter to receive other attachments is rounded out. Can I purchase this flexible drive shaft?
Harley_Guy
Reply: Upper Boom Assembly

Harley_Guy

I have the same problem. Looking at the IPB, it looks like you will have to purchase the entire Upper Drive Shaft Assembly (Item #6 at $45.47). I have been searching the net to see if I can get just the flex shaft, but so far no luck. I'm sure that if I do find it, it should only cost around $10.
acastillo4jc
Reply: Upper Boom Assembly

acastillo4jc

I need one too.
Jim
Question: Trigger

Jim

My trimmer starts well, but when I pull the trigger the head does not turn. What are the possible causes?
Dannie
Reply: Trigger

Dannie

Clutch drum and line drive have seperated.
SHANNON
Question: OIL

SHANNON

What type of oil do I use in my 4-cycle trimmer?
rufus
Question: Fuel

rufus

My trimmer will run for 15 to 20 seconds, then it dies.
How to you get the outer spool assembly off of a troy-bilt trimmer?
Dannie
Reply: Troy Built Weedeater Outerspool ...

Dannie

On a 575 SS there is a trox fastner that holds the drum to the crank shaft in the middle of the stem.
Gary
Question: Spool Housing Replacement

Gary

I have removed all the internal keeper springs yet the housing seems to be held in place. I want to pull the string spool housing off to replace it with a larger capacity spool. Clues ?
Ed
Question: Pull Starter Won

Ed

I have replaced the starter gear and pull cord (nylon gear was worn bad), Still the cogs on the flywheel do not engage tightly enough to start the engine. This Troy-Bilt Weedeater that I bought all the attachments for, has never worked like my friends. Do you have any solution to this problem? If I install a new flywheel and starter gear do I have any chance it will work then or am I wasting money on parts?
Roy
Reply: Pull Starter Won

Roy

The first thing you might want to do is check the spring loaded engaging tabs on the flywheel (starter dogs), these get gummed up from dust and debris and don't spring back to their original position sometimes. You don't need to remove the flywheel to clean these, use a small brass or fiber brush and remove the accumulation from around them, move them back and forth. When released they should come back to the stop tab that rests against one of the flywheel cooling fins. A tiny amount of 3-in-one oil or reg. motor oil can be applied to the tabs to keep them moving freely. If they don't spring back properly they will not engage the gears on the starter pulley properly and will slip. When the motor starts, the centrifugal force keeps them away from the pulley teeth. They go back to the starting position when the motor is stopped. I would try this before I spent big bucks on a new flywheel & pulley setup. Hope this helped. Roy.
Willie
Reply: Pull Starter Won

Willie

I'm having the same problem. I thought buying a 4 stroke would solve most of my problems, namely the gas mixture clogging the fuel lines and the carb. I only used mine a few times and found the same problem with the PLASTIC cog wheel that the centrifugal starter parts grab when starting. If they had only made a metal cog wheel I think it would have lasted a lot longer. Let me know if you have found any solutions.
phil
Question: Clutch Drum Assembly

phil

I have removed everything down to the clutch drum assembly. How do you remove it? The shaft housing is stripped and needs to be replaced.
Mark
Reply: Clutch Drum Assembly

Mark

Hi Phil,

Removal of the clutch drum isn't too hard of a project at all if you know a few tricks first. We have prepared an article and video that will provide you with all of the information you will need to remove the clutch drum. You can find the article and video at the following link...

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/1771/How_to_Remove_a_Trimmer_Clutch.html

I hope this helps you with your repair!

-Mark
Dannie
Reply: Clutch Drum Assembly

Dannie

There is a torx fastner in the center of the clutch drum to the crank shaft. Remove it your done.
jimkc
Question: Troy-Bilt TB575SS

jimkc

Engine starts without problem. But when I pull the trigger the head does not turn. Any ideas what the problem is?
scline
Reply: Troy-Bilt TB575SS

scline

[QUOTE=jimkc;7442]Engine starts without problem. But when I pull the trigger the head does not turn. Any ideas what the problem is?"

I have the same problem at one time. you might try taking shaft rod were they connect togather and make when you snap them back togather the male and female parts of the square ends connect and that does not work. you may have to housing off to get the clutch
to take the clutch rotor off there is a small screw down in side the small shaft of the clutch rotor, make sure the clutch contacts the rotor.
Dannie
Reply: Troy-Bilt TB575SS

Dannie

Clutch drum and drive line have separated do to wear but the drive line will shift away from the clutch drum spindle and thus disengage. I have seem many TroyB with the drive line screws never inserted at the factory. In the future do not buy this product.
Troy Bilt used to be one of the best names in yard equipment (used to). I thought I'd give them another try since the Stihl dealer was closed. The fourth time I used the thing, it started dying. Clogged carb (loose piece of gasket). Fifth time both of the fuel lines broke off at the tank. Sixth time primer bulb cracked. Seventh time? Don't know but I didn't buy a weed-eater to work ON, I bought IT to WORK on the YARD. It has 12 hours on it- well cared for and is the biggest, slowest, weakest piece of junk I have ever owned. Never again. Thanks for the lesson.
I purchased Model TB575SS (41ADT57C711) unit 4 years ago. Unit was manufactured April 2006. The weed trimmer was used about 10 times a year in the yard. The trimmer performed excellent until now. The trimmer was very well cared for.
Out of the blue the crankshaft sheared at the inboard bearing next to the piston! Visual examination with the oil cover removed indicated the crank shaft sheared right at the face of the inboard bearing. The cylinder wall appears SAT and so does the piston without complete dis-assembly. Obviously the failure cannot be cyclic fatigue, not enough run time! The oil was changed 3 times a year. Manual states to change oil every 25 hours of use after initial break in. The unit only ran about 30 minutes each day of use. 300 minutes of run time equates to about 5 hours of use each season, therefore the oil is not the issue. The only thing that can cause this type of failure is a manufactured defect in the crankshaft assembly or there might have been an issue during assembly of the unit. One would think something else would have failed before the crankshaft! No I wouldn't recommend a Troy-Bilt, based on this event, to anyone.
I will never buy another Troy Bilt product again. Every piece of equipment I have gotten has failed soon after I bought it. This Trimmer has never worked properly. I bought a leaf blower that failed about the third time I used it. The trimmer is hard to start and the trimmer string does not unwind as soon as you put it in. Piece of junk.
Ronnie B.
Reply: Troy-Bilt - TB575SS Troy Built T...

Ronnie B.

You probably should have known it was going to be hard to start when the same model was right beside it with a electric starter option. But anyway sorry to hear about your problems. I bought the 4 stroke Troy-bilt last year and I love it,lots of power,no mixing of fuel and mine starts pretty easily once I figure out that when it fired and started to let it idle for a couple minutes without touching the throttle. Also keep the valves adjusted. I work it extremely hard and it just keeps on knocking down what I put in front of It.
fancyboxy