This is an OEM trailing shield for your lawn mower. Over time, it is normal for the trail shield to become worn or damaged, and in need of a replacement. It is black in color and located between your rear wheels. It is designed to lessen the number of stones and other rubble from being flung backwards towards the operator. The shield is also an important safety feature that helps to lessen the likelihood of your foot accidentally contacting the blade. Never operate your lawn mower if the trailing shield is broken, damaged or missing. To remove the old shield, start by removing the battery. Turn the mower on its side and remove both rear wheels. Loosen the locking screw from the trailing shield on both sides and remove the old shield. Now attach the new trailing shield with the two locking screws and flat washers. Reinstall the rear wheels, making sure to replace the parts in the exact order they were removed.
This is a single compression spring for a string trimmer. This spring is made of metal and can lose tension over time, in which case it will need to be replaced. To access this part, you will need to remove the head of the trimmer, which will expose a bolt, which will need to be removed so the compression spring can be slid off the shaft using your fingers. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
This is a 21-Inch OEM blade for your lawn mower. Sold individually. The blade should be regularly inspected for damage, such as bending, cracking and wear. To ensure the best and safest performance from your blade, it needs to be kept sharp and clean. When installing your new blade, start by mounting the inner flange to the fan. Mount the fan and the inner flange onto the motor shaft with the fan blade facing the deck. Position the blade on the inner flange with the surface that reads ?this side facing grass? facing towards the outside. Align the outer flange with the shaft and assemble it in place. Mount the bolt into the shaft and turn it clockwise by hand to pre-tighten it. Hold the blade with one hand (while wearing a glove) and turn the fan with the other hand to align the holes in the blade with the holes in the inner flange. Place a metal rod with the diameter less than 5/16-inches into the fixing hole to keep it in place. Use a 9/16-Inch torque wrench to tighten the bolt clockwise. The recommended torque for the blade bolt is 49-59Nm.