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Steering Shaft

Steering Shaft

Part Number: 738-0919B
RyobiYard MachinesMTDBolensYard ManTroy-Bilt
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 738-0919 (New Part), 7380919, 738-0919A, 753-04517 and 738-0919.

Description:
Genuine OEM replacement part, this item is sold individually.
As the description says, this is the Steering Shaft for all of the Lawn Tractors shown below.
One of the most popular reasons this part is replaced, is that the gear on the shaft becomes worn or stripped.
It is advised that you check the part number 717-0622C Steering Gear Segment, before replacing the just the Steering Shaft.
Product Information
Manufacturer: Ryobi, Yard Machines, MTD, Bolens, Yard Man, Troy-Bilt
Product Number: 738-0919B
Classification: Part
Weight: 1.95 lbs.
Also Known As: Steering Stem, Steering Column, Intermediate Shaft
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Ryobi
Yard Machines
MTD
13AM772F000 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AN772G000 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AN772G200 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AM772F700 (2007) Lawn Tractor
13AN772G700 (2007) Lawn Tractor
13A1762F700 (2006) Lawn Tractor
13A3762F700 (2006) Lawn Tractor
13A1760F700 (2005) Lawn Tractor
13A3760F700 (2005) Lawn Tractor
13A3761G700 (2005) Lawn Tractor
13A3771G700 (2005) Lawn Tractor
13A3791G700 (2005) Lawn Tractor
13AC650F000 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AC650F700 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AD685G000 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AD685G700 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AD688G722 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AD695G000 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AD695G700 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AD698G300 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AD698G722 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AF685G700 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AF688G722 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AF695G700 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AF698G722 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AG688H300 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AG688H722 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AJ698G300 (2004) Lawn Tractor
13AJ698G722 (2004) Lawn Tractor
31AO791G718 (2005) Pro Tractor
13AJ771G004 (2009) Lawn Tractor
13AJ795G004 (2009) Lawn Tractor
13AL771H004 (2009) Lawn Tractor
13AL795H004 (2009) Lawn Tractor
13AJ771G004 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AJ771G204 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AJ795G004 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AJ795G204 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AL771H004 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AL795H004 (2008) Lawn Tractor
13AD688G300 (2004) Lawn Tractor Parts
13AJ688G722 (2004) Lawn Tractor Parts
13A7688G300 (2003) Lawn Tractor Parts
13AD688G300 (2003) Lawn Tractor Parts
13AD698G300 (2003) Lawn Tractor Parts
13AH660F382 (1998) Lawn Tractor
13AM675G382 (1998) Lawn Tractor
13AN695G382 (1998) Lawn Tractor
13AM675G382 (1997) Lawn Tractor
136L673F382 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M679G192 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136G679H023 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136G690G747 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L660F062 (95178) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L660F302 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L660F352 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L660F372 (06-474795) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L660G129 (319-911) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L660G134 (319-911) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L660G205 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L677F141 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M660G062 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M660G129 (725-509) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M660G353 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M660G729 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M667F118 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M667F718 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M670G134 (843-315) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M670G147 (1572-035-2) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L661F336 (4141545) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L675F720 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M660G062 (43995) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M675G023 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M675G087 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M675G192 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M678G084 (1996) Lawn Tractor
165M695G352 (1670874) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136O675G062 (42482) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136O675H302 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136O695G129 (357-882) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136O695G134 (357-882) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136O695H352 (1628279) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136P695H352 (1670860) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136Q695G118 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136Q695H352 (1996) Lawn Tractor
136S675G141 (1996) Lawn Tractor
13AN693G118 (2003) Lawn Tractor
136L670F733 (7021223) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136L670F033 (7021223) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M673G033 (7021231) (1996) Lawn Tractor
136M673G733 (7021231) (1996) Lawn Tractor
13AG675G033 (1997) Lawn Tractor
13AM673G733 (1997) Lawn Tractor
13AG675G733 (1997) Lawn Tractor
13AM673G033 (1997) Lawn Tractor
13A6698H033 (1998) Lawn Tractor
13AM673G033 (1999) Lawn Tractor
13AN698G033 (1999) Lawn Tractor
13AM673G033 (1998) Lawn Tractor
13AS698G033 (1999) Lawn Tractor
13AN698G033 (1998) Lawn Tractor
13AM673G033 (2000) Lawn Tractor
13AN673G033 (2000) Lawn Tractor
13AN698G033 (2000) Lawn Tractor
13AM673G033 (2001) Lawn Tractor
13AN698G033 (2001) Lawn Tractor
13BH660F033 (2001) Lawn Tractor
Bolens
Yard Man

Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Lawn Tractor
Questions & Answers

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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
68 of 77 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set, Wrench Set
Splines on bottom of steering shaft which engage with steering plate stripped.
Removed mower deck. Raised machine to get access to large phillips head retaining screw in bottom of shaft. Removed it then, removed the steering wheel and stand off. Pulled shaft out and inserted new one. Reversed removable steps to install new shaft.
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41 of 46 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Socket set, Wrench Set, Nutdriver, Adjustable Wrench
Steering gear worn
Remove steering wheel then mount from dash remove screw at bottom of shaft you need big phillips bit like #4 on ratchet wrench pull out shaft and put new one in it would help to have new wire tie for gas tank working around tank is hard part of project reinstall mount and wheel and you're done
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37 of 43 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Hex Flange Bearing - 941-0656A
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, torx bit
No steering due to stripped teeth on steering shaft gear
Deck needs to be disconnected and lowered to get better access to bolt in bottom end of shaft . It was a torx head in my machine. Remove bolt. Removed fuel tank mounting screws and tilt tank to side . Remove steering wheel plastic trim . Remove plastic cap over top of shaft. Remove bolt holding steering wheel to shaft. Remove steering wheel. Pull shaft upwards about half way and tilt to right side of motor and slide out of plastic guide at top. The plastic guide will flex enough to let the shaft slide out. Replace the bottom hex flange bearing. It just sets in a hex cutout in the frame. Install the new shaft . Coat the gear and bottom of shaft with grease. Coat the bottom bolt threads with anti-seize compound. Coat the top spline and steering wheel bolt threads with anti-seize compound. Install bolts and steering wheel plastic covers. Reattach deck. The front of the mower needs to be raised to let the deck drop to make it easier.
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20 of 21 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set
Steering shaft stripped.
1. Removed steering shaft (the most difficult part was loosening the shaft's lower end cap )
2. Unbolt and remove the steering wheel.
2. Ensure that the wheels are straight.
3. Install the shaft.
4. Install the shaft end cap
5. Line up the steering wheel and push on the shaft
6. Install and tighten the steering wheel bolt.
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11 of 13 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Hex Flange Bearing - 941-04124
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set, Wrench Set
Pinion gear, that's fixed to steering shaft, ate its self because of no grease.
Remove hood, fuel tank, steering wheel, inner dash support, phillips screw and washer from bottom end of steering shaft and plastic bushing/sleeve from inner dash. this will give you enough wiggle room to pull shaft and pinion out through bottom side. Poor design with the pinion machined onto the shaft. The holes in dash support are not large enough to let the shaft and pinion pass through. So its the hard way. So to reassemble just reverse the BS. I added a grease cup, full of grease to shaft just above rack and pinion and let gravity deliver the grease. A dirty dusty place and the grease may make it worse in the long run. Time will tell but it works fine and steers easier now than new. that's my wife's opinion and she the mower. Good luck
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6 of 6 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Hex Patch Bolt - 710-1309
Fl-Wash. (Hardened) - 736-0187
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Pad, Foot, 4.0 - 735-0239A
Steering Shaft Cap - 948-0389
Hex Flange Bearing - 941-0656A
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Adjustable Wrench, Vice-Grips
Riding lawn mower steering gear broke, stripped.
(1) Took front cover and dash off.
(2) Dropped Mower blades/cover.
(3) Removed Hex Patch Bolt from Steering Shaft. Had to use vice-grips.
(4) Removed steering shaft.
(5) Replaced all parts in reverse order.
(6) Aligned steering wheel with front wheels.
(7) Started and tested steering.
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4 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Hex Patch Bolt - 710-1309
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Hex Flange Bearing - 941-04124
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set
Steering shaft gear worn
Started at the bottom, Removed the screw that held in the bottom of the shaft. Went to the steering wheel, popped the plastic cover off and removed the bolt. Then needed to remove the plastic steering cover to get the gear thru. The bottom screw was very tight , needed to remove the deck, tip the machine over, brace it and then remove the screw. When I put it back together I did not need to tip it over. Put the deck back on. DONE Went easier than I thought.
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4 of 5 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set
Replaced Steering Shaft and Gear
Drained and took out the gas tank. Disassembled the necessary parts for the steering shaft and steering gear. Reassembled and lubricated the Wheel assemblies. Steering shaft was lost in the mail and ereplacements took care of it for me.
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2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Mower
Parts Used:
Hex Patch Bolt - 710-1309
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Hex Flange Bearing - 941-04124
Steering Shaft Cap - 948-0389
Steering Gear Assembly - 617-04024A
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set, Adjustable Wrench
Steering Shaft had stripped gear
1. Drilled out screw at bottom of Steering Shaft.
2. Removed Steering Shaft and Gear Assembly Steering and associated parts.
3. Replaced both with the new parts and screwed together with all the new parts listed and the existing good parts.
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2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Lawn Tractor
Parts Used:
Steering Shaft - 738-0919B
Hex Flange Bearing - 941-04124
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench
Gear teeth at end of steering shaft worn
Removed steering wheel, dash panel, and bolt on the under side end of steering shaft. Removed shaft and replaced the old hex bushing on frame, installed new steering shaft. Lined teeth with front tires straight ahead, tightened shaft down to frame. Reassembled dash and steering wheel. Finished in about 25 minutes. It is not necessary to remove the deck, if your arms are small enough. Mine was not so I only had to disconnect the deck leveling rod at the front to lay the deck on the ground. I'm also not very fond of metal to metal bushings. So reassembly with a little Moly Graphite Grease never hurts. Do be sure to use thread locker on the under side of steering shaft, I didn't and spend almost an hour looking for the concave washer that goes under the mower.
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  • It works good
    It was the right part along with the bushing on bottom of shaft, but was a bit hard to remove old shaft and bushing, but that was troy-bilts fault for not putting a bolt on the bottom end of the old shaft instead of a screw. New parts work great though. Ereplacement parts is great for mower parts. Thank you
    Guest - 24 days ago Verified Purchase
    Great part
    Fit perfectly
    Guest - 28 days ago Verified Purchase
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    Guest - April 24, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Bolens steering shaft
    Exact replacement , easy to install
    Robert - April 20, 2019 Verified Purchase
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