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Needle Bearing 532006803

Part Number: 532006803
HusqvarnaPoulanWeed EaterCraftsmanJonsered
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Price: $10.76
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 6803J.

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Description:
This is a genuine replacement part sourced from the original manufacturer for use with outdoor power equipment. The special needle bearing is commonly used to reduce friction between a rotating shaft and fixed part assembly. This needle bearing is available as an individual replacement part.
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This part is compatible with the following machines:

Poulan
Husqvarna
Weed Eater
Craftsman
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Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Heater
  • • Lawn Mower
  • • Lawn Tractor

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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
Tool Type:
Cultivator
Parts Used:
Steel Ball Kit (12 Balls) - 532100482
Needle Bearing - 532006803
Spring, Shift, Fork - 532100371
Shaft, Shifter, Tiller - 532154466
Seal Asm, Oil - 532155236
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Wrench Set
Tiller would not shift gears
Completely disassemble tiller main case
Remove all grease,if it is brown it had water in it.this case are a two piece shell type.
Replace the shiftier rod,spring bearing,water gets inside where the spring and ball are. Mine got water inside from using the pressure washer to clean.
Use 400 grit sandpaper to polish any rusty shafts.
Re-lube chain and gears using good grease,Valvoline #2 red grease works good.
Make sure to work grease into the needle bearings real good ,as they don't get any grease otherwise it's the way they designed them.
Clean off the mating surface of the two halves with acetone or lacquer thinner.
Use a bead of automotive silicon seal without a gasket to seal.put a bead inline with the bolt holes and at the holes go all the way around the hole.
Carefully put the shell half back on taking care not to forget any parts ,tighten as needed .
Let sealer set up 24 hours before using.
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Tines would not engage
1. Took entire tiller apart .
2. Removed motor.
3. Tore down transmission .
4. Checked condition of all parts .
5. Cleaned all good parts .
6. Ordered parts needed.
7. Received parts .
8. Put transmission back together .
9. Put tiller back together.
10. TAKE LOTS OF PICTURES AS YOU TAKE THE TILLER APART . THIS WILL BE VERY HELPFUL .
11. Used over a gallon of marine grease .
12 . Make sure the transmission moves in every gear before reassembling tiller .
13. Replace ALL bearings .
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Tool Type:
Lawn Mower
Parts Used:
Shaft.Input."D".Tiller - 532145101
Needle Bearing - 532006803
Bearing, Needle - 532005020
Seal Asm, Oil - 532155236
Bearing, Needle - 532004895
Gasket, Gearcase - 532431022
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, cordless impact, two arm puller
Bearing failure causing input shaft to break, and loaning tiller to a friend.
Replaced needle bearings, drive chain and the input shaft. it was pretty much a straight forward disassembly of the entire rototiller. With the exception of the removal of the left hand side tines and drive wheel. It required using the two arm puller for removal of these items. the only issue I had with reassembly was the rear tine axle seals. they had a pretty tight tolerance, and I had to heat them up to expand them to fit on the hubs. As far as special instructions, I would recommend not removing the three shaft nuts on the left hand side of the transmission during disassembly and splitting of the transmission body. It's not needed, and the re-tightening of these nuts can be a little tricky as far as over tightening them. You should turn the Tine axle during re-tightening to make sure all of the gear works is turning smoothly before you move to reassembly of the rest of the tiller. Nothing worse than taking it back apart to loosen something.
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  • good part
    perfect fit
    Guest - November 12, 2021 Verified Purchase
    just what i neede to repair my tiller
    worked great and arrived sooner then expected
    Guest - April 26, 2021 Verified Purchase
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