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Spacer,​ .​38 Id X .​854 Od X .​20

Part Number: 750-06192A
MTDTroy-BiltYard MachinesHuskyMurrayYard ManCub Cadet
Availability: 12 in stock
Price: $3.62
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 750-06192.

Product Information
Manufacturer: MTD, Troy-Bilt, Yard Machines, Husky, Murray, Yard Man, Cub Cadet
Product Number: 750-06192A
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

MTD
Troy-Bilt
Yard Machines
Husky
Murray
Yard Man
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Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Lawn Tractor
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Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Spacer, .38 Id X .854 Od X .20 - 750-06192A
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Wrench Set
Lawn mower sterring gear stripped due to worn spacer
1. Removed the steering linkage nut.
2. Removed the two nuts and bolts that secured the steering gear and the spacer.
3. Replaced the damaged steering gear and spacer.
4. Reassemble the nuts and bolts.
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Steering gear had started to wear out and skipped badly, Lower dash was cracking.
1. Disassembled dash and steering components. This is straight foreword but does require some time. Removing the mower deck may make this easier but I just jacked up the mower and lowered the front, leaving the back of the deck connected. The lower bolt on the steering shaft had to be heated to get it to break loose.
2. I first replace the Lower Dash, then the lower components of the steering assembly. When the parts in the lower steering assembly do wear out, the spacer allowed play in the steering assembly which will cause the lower gear on the steering shaft to wear out.
3. Next the steering shaft went into place and the upper dash went back together. I used anti-seize on everything.
4. On reassemble, I replaced the lower steering shaft Phillips head screw with a standard hex bolt to make removal easier next time.
5. Next was to ensure the front wheels were centered, adjust the steering linkage and install the steering wheel.
6. Then just raise the front of the deck and reconnect the linkage. Once the mower is off the jack, check/adjust the deck to ensure it is level, it should be OK.

I do recommend having the parts book with the expanded drawings, just to reference for the parts and the locations. It is not difficult, but I still took my time with it and could have probably shaved quite a bit of time off the project it the lower steering shaft screw wasn't locked up and required heat to break loose. Removing the mower deck completely may also give you a little more room to work, but is not necessary. Using one of those mower jacks that picks up the front end also makes this easier but anything to raise it and block it in place will work.
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Steering shaft gear got worn down and had to replace
I had to take off the deck and the transmission pulley gear to get a sawzall in to remove the screw holding the steering shaft to the frame. After this, I had to take apart the console to remove the shaft and gear. Parts were perfect and and replacement was quick. Greatly assisted by the schematics on the site.
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    This came in a bag and was in good shape
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: MTD, Troy-Bilt, Yard Machines, Husky, Murray, Yard Man, Cub Cadet
    Product Number: 750-06192A
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.01 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide

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