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Toro riding mower steering linkage(one side with small ball/socket) popped apart. Can I fix it?

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Those are not fixable, they are inexpensive and should be lubed each year. go buy a new one for both sides but pay attention to how many threads to spin the new ones in or you will throw off the front steering alignment.

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

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