This part is an original part from Toro and Lawn Boy for use in lawn tractors. The spacer fits between the spindle housing and the bearing shield. An allen wrench may be necessary during the installation of this part. Over time this part may break will need to be replaced. This item is sold individually and is made of metal.
OEM part for: Toro, Lawn Boy
Part Number: 62-3661
Product Description ?
- Classification: Part
- Weight: 0.12 lbs.
- Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Frequently Purchased Together ?
This part will fit the following 258 machines
This item works with the following types of products:
- Lawn Tractor Parts
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Needed threads on spinfle
Socket set, Wrench Set, Nutdriver, Threader for shaft
Lost gas cap and spacer for tire!
Less than 15 minutes
Deck spindle bearings operating noisy.
Screwdriver, Socket set, Electric impact wrench, hammer ,drift punch
2. Impacted wrenched off spindle pulley nuts, removed pulleys.
3. Stood deck on it’s side and impact wrenched off the blades and tapped out spindle shafts.
4. Using drift punch and hammer knocked out both bearings from each of the spindle housing,
Spacers in between bearings might break due to the material made of.
5. Cleaned up inside of spindle housing, applied never seize compound to bearing bores,
Install one bearing, then a new spacer then second bearing. Might need to support the
spacer with the blade’s shaft to center it while installing second bearing in the spindle
housing. Used drift punch and hammer carefully on outer race to install bearings. Bearings
should be touching the spacer. You can try use an old bearing to place on the new bearing
to tap in place with hammer.
6. Install shaft, blade and pulley.
7. After reinstalling all components spin the rotating assembly hand and the rotation should be
smooth with no binding, like free-wheeling. If not recheck if parts are binding/touching the
housing in any way or a clearence problem between bearings. The metal spacer is needed
to take the tightening load off the bearings in the spindle housing.
8. Reinstall deck to mower and test.
Old shaft broke.
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set
2 put all the pieces together.
3 Installed the new spindle.
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