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Spring,​ Shift,​ Fork 532100371

OEM part for: Husqvarna, Poulan

Part Number: 532100371


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This OEM supplied component is designed for use with Craftsman tillers. It is the spring that connects to the governor control rod. This is an identical replacement for a missing or a faulty hardware that was installed on a new unit. The purpose of this spring is to apply tension on the #8353J Fork. Check the appropriate diagrams of your model for the exact location and the correct installation of this component. Note, one durable metal spring is included. #8353J Fork. Check the appropriate diagrams of your model for the exact location and the correct installation of this component. Note, one durable metal spring is included." />

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  • Weight: 0.01 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

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This part replaces obsolete part #: 100371K

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    Hard More than 2 hours (7 rated repairs)?

    Water got into the transmission gear case and corroded the shift detent spring and ball bearing.

    Scott - November 29, 2018
    👍 2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type

    Cultivator

    Difficulty

    Hard

    Time

    More than 2 hours

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Nutdriver, Adjustable Wrench, Snap Ring Plyers

    Removed everything! Took apart the transmission case. Cleaned out the water that had infiltrated and old grease. Replaced the shifting detent spring and ball bearing and transmission gasket and put it all back together again. Not a job for the faint of heart or a wannabe mechanic....
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    Tines wouldn’t rotate

    Michael - March 15, 2021
    Needle bearings were all worn out....replaced bearings and now it’s fine. My first time inside a rear tine tiller tranny...hopefully, my last.
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    Rototiller wheels stopped turning.

    M - November 24, 2020
    Tool Type

    Cultivator

    Difficulty

    Medium

    Time

    More than 2 hours

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set

    1. Had to totally disassemble the tiller. 2. Clean all the grease out of gear casing. 3. Replace broken wheel drive chain. 3. Replaced ball and spring on shifter. 4. Put grease back in gear housing. 5. Reassembled tiller.
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    Dave - April 24, 2019
    Tool Type

    Lawn Mower

    Difficulty

    Medium

    Time

    More than 2 hours

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set

    Removed all parts to get to gearbox, opened two halves cleaned out water and old grease. Replace shift shaft, spring and ball. New gasket. All works like new
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    Tiller would not shift gears

    roberto - March 23, 2018
    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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    Rear tine tiller would not shift

    Travis - August 12, 2017
    Tool Type

    Cultivator

    Difficulty

    Hard

    Time

    More than 2 hours

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Nutdriver, Adjustable Wrench

    Completely disassembled the entire tiller and I mean the entire tiller
    Suggest taking pic at every step
    Once I took the transmission apart it had gotten water inside I pressure washed the entire inside of transmission.
    Found the problem was with shifter rod and block bearing was rusted
    Used red marine grease when reassembling transmission
    Hard part was reassembly of the tiller this is where pics come in (take a lot) the pics in the manual were not very much help some of them didn't make any sense.
    Putting it back together was the hard part because manual pics were so confusing
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    Tines would not engage

    Larry - April 22, 2017
    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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