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andrew?so you need a manual for 425000x8A this is a 2003 model I found this manual for free at murray.lawnmowerguides.com/murray-lawn-mower-manual.html when you see your model number on your mower it look like this 425000x8 the A tell you the year it was made the 2004 model is 425000x8B BOTH MOWERS LOOKS THE SAME AND THEY HAVE THE SAME FRONT GRILLE.
Locate the tag with your model and serial number on the tractor. Be sure you get the number EXACT or it won't work. Go to Murray's website and download it. They usually have parts listings at the back of the Owner's Manual
If you locate the model number of the tractor, go to www.murray.com and enter the number under support. It will bring up a Owners Manual which shows the routing as well as a lot of other good information. The model number is formatted something like this: 123456a78b substitute the numbers for your own tractor when you enter them at the Murray site. The model number is generally located on the rear of the tractor frame or somewhere under the seat.
You can download a manual for your Murray here:
This is in .pdf format so you must have Adobe Reader or equivalent available.
FYI: Murray remnants have been bought by Briggs & Stratton so engine parts are no problem, everything else is sketchy.
Good luck....Scott's was manufactured by Murray originally, then Murray went bankrupt, then Briggs bought the remnants of Murray. The Murray website only covers manuals back a few years. About the only way to get older ones is if someone has one for you to copy.