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Can I still get a replacement part for my Ryobi Scorpion model RCT2800A on its Head assembly part # 147275 or just even the Bump head knob assembly part # 147153 somewhere?

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SOURCE: Ryobi grass scorpion rct2800a head keeps coming off. Is there a screw or bolt to hold the head in the housing?

I see the spool shaft on the spool and not the drive cable. ALL my trimmers were designed for the line spool to come off the shaft (usually by removing the plastic bump feed nut). Your drive shaft appears to have a groove in it about 3/4 toward the top. I surmise that notch is where a broken/missing set screw or "c" clip would most likely hold the shaft to the drive cable. If you find it to be true, a factory part would not ne needed to find a replacement part to lock the shaft and drive cable.

Posted on Apr 10, 2013

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