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Jamlock Nut,​ 3/​8-16

Part Number: 712-0266A
MTDRyobiYard MachinesTroy-BiltBolensYard ManCub CadetHusky
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $2.99
Quantity:
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 912-0266 and 712-0266.

Product Information
Manufacturer: MTD, Ryobi, Yard Machines, Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Yard Man, Cub Cadet, Husky
Product Number: 712-0266A
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
The jamlock nut attaches to the idler bracket. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer and used in tillers made by MTD, Ryobi, Yard Machines, Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Yard Man, and Cub Cadet. This item is available as an individual replacement part. It is made of metal and will require replacing if it becomes broken. A socket set and a wrench set might be required when replacing this part.
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Ryobi
MTD
21402S (1985) Tiller
21406S (1985) Tiller
215-402-000 (1985) Tiller
215-403-000 (1985) Tiller
215-404-000 (1985) Tiller
215-405-000 (1985) Tiller
215-406-000 (1985) Tiller
21430C (1986) Tiller
216-402-000 (1986) Tiller
216-403-000 (1986) Tiller
216-404-000 (1986) Tiller
216-405-000 (1986) Tiller
216-406-000 (1986) Tiller
216-420-000 (1986) Tiller
216-430-000 (1986) Tiller
21430-7 (1987) Tiller
217-402-000 (1987) Tiller
217-403-000 (1987) Tiller
217-404-000 (1987) Tiller
217-405-000 (1987) Tiller
217-406-000 (1987) Tiller
217-420-000 (1987) Tiller
217-430-000 (1987) Tiller
402-046 (1987) Tiller
402-084 (1987) Tiller
405-023 (1987) Tiller
405-032 (1987) Tiller
405-081 (1987) Tiller
405-086 (1987) Tiller
405-111 (1987) Tiller
405-145 (1987) Tiller
405-192 (1987) Tiller
405-327 (1987) Tiller
406-192 (1987) Tiller
430-050 (1987) Tiller
0434/850-0035 (1988) Tiller
21430-8 (1988) Tiller
218-402-000 (1988) Tiller
218-403-000 (1988) Tiller
218-404-000 (1988) Tiller
218-405-000 (1988) Tiller
218-406-000 (1988) Tiller
218-430-000 (1988) Tiller
405-009 (1988) Tiller
405-023 (1988) Tiller
405-032 (1988) Tiller
405-064 (1988) Tiller
405-087 (1988) Tiller
430-015 (1988) Tiller
218-405-118/SWC#28714 (1988) Tiller
218-405-192 (1988) Tiller
218-405-206 (1988) Tiller
218-406-192 (1988) Tiller
318-405-327 (1988) Tiller
0434A/850-0035 (1989) Tiller
21430-9 (1989) Tiller
219-405-000 (1989) Tiller
219-405-009 (1989) Tiller
219-405-013 (1989) Tiller
219-405-084 (1989) Tiller
219-406-000 (1989) Tiller
219-406-016 (1989) Tiller
219-430-000 (1989) Tiller
405-192 (1989) Tiller
405-206 (1989) Tiller
405-327 (1989) Tiller
406-192 (1989) Tiller
430-206 (1989) Tiller
430-327 (1989) Tiller
219-405-023 (1989) Tiller
219-406-034/223-8934-00 (1989) Tiller
219-406-105 (1989) Tiller
219-406-118/SWC28714 (1989) Tiller
219-430-031/2832-475 (1989) Tiller
219-430-032 (1989) Tiller
210-405-000 (1990) Tiller
210-405-013 (1990) Tiller
210-406-000 (1990) Tiller
210-430-000 (1990) Tiller
210430 (1990) Tiller
405-009 (1990) Tiller
405-046 (1990) (1990) Tiller
430-046 (1990) Tiller
210-405-031 (1990) Tiller
210-405-103 (1990) Tiller
210-405-105/15337 (1990) Tiller
210-405-141 (1990) Tiller
210-405-192 (1990) Tiller
210-405-206 (1990) Tiller
210-406-034/223-9016-00 (1990) Tiller
210-406-118/28714 (1990) Tiller
210-406-138 (1990) Tiller
210-430-027/785-220 (1990) Tiller
210-430-031/2832-475 (1990) Tiller
210-430-054/481-4075 (1990) Tiller
210-430-136/473831 (1990) Tiller
210-430-137 (1990) Tiller
210-430-192 (1990) Tiller
210-430-206 (1990) Tiller
210-430-327 (1990) Tiller
211-405-000 (1991) Tiller
211-405-009 (1991) Tiller
211-405-013 (68506) (1991) Tiller
211-406-000 (1991) Tiller
211-430-000 (1991) Tiller
211430 (1991) Tiller
211-405-023 (1991) Tiller
211-405-192 (1991) Tiller
211-405-206 (1991) Tiller
211-405-372/06-449896 (1991) Tiller
211-406-034/223-9112-00 (1991) Tiller
211-406-118/SWC# 10532 (1991) Tiller
211-406-129/497-452 (1991) Tiller
211-406-134 (1991) Tiller
211-430-027 (1991) Tiller
211-430-031/B063-121 (1991) Tiller
211-430-130 (1991) Tiller
211-430-136 (1991) Tiller
211-430-192 (1991) Tiller
211-430-206 (1991) Tiller
212-340-000 (1992) Tiller
212-340-009 (765244) (1992) Tiller
212-340-023 (1992) Tiller
212-340-027 (1992) Tiller
212-340-031 (B063-089) (1992) Tiller
212-340-032 (1992) Tiller
212-340-034 (223-921-500) (1992) Tiller
212-340-054 (481-4026) (1992) Tiller
212-340-063 (1992) Tiller
212-340-083 (1992) Tiller
212-340-087 (1992) Tiller
212-340-088 (TMO-3903102) (1992) Tiller
212-340-102 (1992) Tiller
212-340-129 (579-623) (1992) Tiller
212-340-130 (1992) Tiller
212-340-134 (1992) Tiller
212-340-137 (1992) Tiller
212-340-145 (1992) Tiller
212-340-147 (1992) Tiller
212-340-192 (1992) Tiller
212-340-196 (1992) Tiller
212-340-205 (1992) Tiller
212-340-352 (1992) Tiller
212-340-372 (06-982094) (1992) Tiller
212-390-000 (1992) Tiller
212-406-000 (1992) Tiller
213-340-000 (1993) Tiller
213-390-000 (1993) Tiller

Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Cultivator
Questions & Answers

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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
Tool Type:
Chipper Shredder
Parts Used:
Screw-Flat Head - 710-1054
Jamlock Nut, 3/8-16 - 712-0266A
Shoulder Pin, .5 X 2.625 - 738-04286A
Shredder Blade - 942-04050
Flail Blade - 719-04308
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Socket set, Allen wrench
Flail blades were old and needed replaced and same for shredder blade
Removed casing that covers blade assembly removed flail blades and shredder blade. All very simple, just make sure you have the right sockets and allen wrenches. All in all real simple.
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Tool Type:
Chipper Shredder
Parts Used:
Jamlock Nut, 3/8-16 - 712-0266A
Shoulder Pin, .5 X 2.625 - 738-04286A
Flail Blade - 719-04308
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set, Wrench Set
Flail and pin replacement
Removed the chute and flail cover to replace the broken parts. Worked well upon restart.
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Tool Type:
Chipper Shredder
Parts Used:
Jamlock Nut, 3/8-16 - 712-0266A
Shoulder Pin, .5 X 2.625 - 738-04286A
Flail Blade - 719-04308
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Wrench Set, Air ratchet
Flail blades broke off
Pulled the shoot off and the lime shoot. Removed the flail blades and installed new ones.
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Tool Type:
Chipper Shredder
Parts Used:
Jamlock Nut, 3/8-16 - 712-0266A
Shoulder Pin, .5 X 2.625 - 738-04286A
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set, Adjustable Wrench
The nut holding the shoulder pin in place came free. This holds the blade flail in place. When it cam free it damaged the threads on the pin.
It not a difficult repair and is mostly an exercise in disassembly of the housing.

1.Remove all bolts holding the two halves of the housing together
2. Remove the chute by loosening three nuts
3. Move the fly wheel so the flail blade is aligned with the chute opening
4. Install the pin from the chute side and secure with the nut
5. Reassemble housing and secure the chute
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Discussion
Discussion for Jamlock Nut, 3/8-16 - ( 712-0266A )
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Question: Troy-Bilt Chipper Shredder Flail

skyraider

My chipper shredder Model 24A424G766 uses roll pins to secure the flail to the pin holding them. It looks like your parts list doesn't have that type of flail pin and roll pin, but uses a shoulder bolt instead. Can you clarify this for me before I order parts?
Jim
WJA
Hello skyraider,

According to what I see. Item numbers 5 and 3 hold the flail blade on.They are part numbers 738-04286A and 712-0066A.

Hope that helps,
-WJA
Question: Suspicious Shoulder Pin?!

billnjan

We have a basic model of the 2007Troybilt chipper shredder. After some disturbing sounds motivated us to closely inspect the innards, we have found that 3 out of the 4houlder pins had been working their way laterally into the machine's casing. Since the shoulder pin is only held with a nut on one end, this seems like a design flaw. Is there a better part for this that can stand the rigors of our chipper shredder's life? Thanks Jan
Did you ever get a response about the shoulder pins that hold the flails on? I have the same machine and am replacing the flails because something destroyed several of the old flails. I can't see what is going to hold the flails on with just the shoulder pin and lock nut.
WJA
Once you replace the 738-04286A shoulder pin. If it does not have any loctite on the threads you should apply some to them. I would also replace the 712-0266A jamlock nut. Then periodically check them to make sure the nut is still tight on the pin.

-WJA
Product Information
Manufacturer: MTD, Ryobi, Yard Machines, Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Yard Man, Cub Cadet, Husky
Product Number: 712-0266A
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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