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The number of different sizes is confusing and it is important to measure carefully in order to order the right ones.
Few people will be able to tell you what size you need and I can't. When I bought two sets of bedbolts online a while ago I found the barrel nuts and bolts were supplied in sets and I needed to know the bolt diameter and length and the diameter and length of the barrel nut. The website I used showed how to measure and if you still have a nut this will be simple for you.
I had no nuts or bolts and had to start from scratch, which was simple once I had found something like a rod or tube that was a good fit in the bedframe - a matter of inserting it and marking it and then measuring the diameter and the distance to the mark.
In reality I found the sets of bolts so cheap it made little sense not to order spares. They arrived 2 days later. If you are in any doubt why not order a few sizes...
The method of fixing the bedframe together is so crude even the wrong size of nut and bolt will sometimes be enough to hold it together, though for strength and reliability the right size is obviously better.
I suggest a google search for bed bolts and nuts and then visit a few sites to check ways of discovering how to measure.
If you mower's connection rod was attached with a "castle nut" then you will need to order part number 42321 (800-487-5951)This is an "E-Clip" and is used to replace the Castle nut. If the drive rod was attached by a nut, then you will need to outsource the nut. It is not available separately at this time.
You need the thread pitch, and diameter to order one from somewhere, but a local hardware store should have some inventory of left hand nuts and bolts that are at least a grade 5 or 7 (8.8 is a metric/ISO rating and about comparable to a grade 3)
Otherwise with the complete model number you should be able to order a replacement from Sears, Or if Home Depot has a comparable saw (they should) they should be able to order a replacement for you if they cannot find a suitable replacement in their nuts and bolts they stock.
There is a nut in the center of the blades. The
easiest way to remove this nut is with an impact wrench. If you don't have one there is
usually a hole in the disc where you can insert a screw driver to lock the blade from from turning and you will need a long handle ratchet in order to give enough torque to remove the nut. Once the nut is removed, the blade will slide right off. If you are doing this to sharpen the blades, you do not need to remove the blade to do this. Use a 1/2 HP grinder wheel and just evenly slide the wheel down the blade until it is sharp. CAUTION: it will cut you finger. Make sure you disconnect the power and the fuel is turned off at the time you do any of this work....
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I am not 100% but I recall that nut is left hand thread. ie/ turn counter clock wise to tighten. If so you could go on line to a company called BROFASCO. You may want to find a Screw with the same threads per inch and diameter; something like a 12-24 and tell Brofasco the X-Y size but Left hand thread. X=gauge Y=thread/inch.
Failing that contact Whirlpool manufacturing ask for 'equipment maintenance' or 'part stores' get a hands on guy/gal and describe you situation. have the model #'s and other numbers with you. They will probably just mail one to you out of empathy.
Depending to what model you have, the Sprocket cover tab (located on the round part of the sprocket cover) isn’t inserted into the saw body tab slot. Or your cahin is not tensioned properly. According to the manufacturer... "The adjusting block on the adjusting screw isn’t inserted into the adjusting hole on the guide bar. Reinstall and align the sprocket cover by first removing the sprocket cover from the saw. Turn tensioning screw on the sprocket cover counter-clockwise until it stops. Pull guide bar away from saw body to remove slack from chain. Insert sprocket cover tab into saw body tab slot and lower sprocket cover into guide bar bolt. Finger tighten guide bar nut onto guide bar bolt. Slowly push guide bar toward saw body until adjusting block on the adjusting screw drops into round adjusting hole on the guide bar. Securely tighten guide bar nut after properly tensioning saw chain." If these tips do not work, you may need a new chain. You can order an new chain on-line at www.masterparts.net. I hope this helps you!
Don't worry about the metric size. Just call a Suzuki parts department and tell them Year and Model of your bike and see if they have a nut in stock. The nut is what is called a "castle nut". There should be a cotter pin inserted through the castle and through the drill hole in the axle then spread around the nut. This keeps the nut from coming loose.
I believe the part number for the nut is 09159-12027
The cotter pin number is 04111-25308
i have a kenmore elite dishwasher model 665.16059400, i need a lower spray arm nut, nobody can find this part, i've been to sears and also to their on line parts department 3 times and have come up empty, the last time i was assured that the nut would be included with a new spray arm if i ordered one, it was not,i know the spray arm was made by whirlpool, is there anyone out there who knows the solution to this simple problem? does whirlpool have a cross referance model number i can use to find this part