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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A good hard ware store will have the shoulder bolts you are looking for, take a wheel with you, the solid bolt part should be just a 1/16 of an inch longer than the wheel hub
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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Craftsman.com has an online parts catalog, and will very likely have an online manual as well. Hope this helps. If they don't check out Mowpart.com, or maybe even craigslist.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
This is an easy one. You need a #2 phillips screwdriver, a 1/4" nutdriver or socket, a 5/16" nutdriver or socket, 84" of #4.5 braided nylon rope, scissors and a lighter or flame of some kind.
1. With the #2 phillips screwdriver, remove the 2 screws that hold the green plastic cover to the top of the engine. This is just a decorative cover.
2. With the 5/16 nutdriver, remove the 3 screws in the top of the fuel tank. Lift the tank straight up about 3/4" and then just lay it back on the rear of the mower deck.
3. The round black object on top of the motor is the starter houseing. You will find it being held on with 2 screws from the side. The 1/4 nutdriver should fit these. Remove them, and note the position of each screw and the position of the starter top. It might help to put some colored tape on the starter top and on the upper engine shroud to make sure you put it back in the same position. The starter top will come off by lifting it straight up.
4. Remove what is left of the old rope.
5. carefully wind the inner pulley (the same direction the rope will pull it) until it is tight. Then let it rotate back a little until the rope hole in the pulley lines up with the rope hole in the starter top. Use your screwdriver to hold these in place by putting it through the pulley and starter top vent holes.
6. Measure your rope out to 84inches and then cut it. Take the lighter and melt the ends of the rope to keep them from ravelling. When you melt the ends, take a paper towel or a rag and wipe the ends to form a point. This will make reinstall easier.
7. Push the rope throught the eyelet of the starter top and through the hole in the pulley and tie a figure 8 knot on the inside of the pulley. Tie the starter handle on the other end. but do not tighten this knot, you may have to untie it to lace it back through to where it goes.
8.. Hold tension on the rope and remove the screwdriver. The rope should retract into the starter top.
9.Reinstall everything in reverse order.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
SOURCE: I need a owners manual
You can look in your local phone book for a SEARS 1-800 number to order just the item you are looking for . They will ship to your home, or if you are near such an outlet you my be able to pick up in your area. You can also pick up any other parts you my need through this 1-800 number.
Best of luck.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
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