My buddy had the same problem on a GT with tight turn.
Jun 25, The wheel fell off of my Husqvarna Lawn Mower. I had to replace the wheel bushings. I replaced them with a set of ball bearing bushings. These never need. Jun 02, Jul 28, #1. I have a husqvarna LGT that am having problems with one of the front wheels, right, keeps popping the"C" clip off which then makes the wheel to fall off. I have bought 5 new"c" clips and they do the same. The washers are there and i believe in correct placement. Thought the new clips were wrong and even got one that had Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
Sep 27, The company will not respond to any of my inquiries. They told the authorized service agent is is not covered under warranty because it is a wearable item. I have owned 5 riding lawn mowers in my 41 years of living in my home, and have NEVER had to replace any wheel bearings or bushings on any of my mowers.
These bushings wear out every year. Jul 17, The tire fell off the front of my Husqvarna lawn tractor what parts do I need to fix it YTH24K48 - Answered by a verified Technician I have a Husqvarna riding bushmulching.bar24k The tire fell off the wheel. Needs new washers and bearings/ bushing. Turns out I have a broken spring, part number 10 /5(K). Nov 28, In this video i show how to replace the front wheel bearings in a Husqvarna riding mower, the common problem with worn out wheel bearings is wobbly wheels or.
This item: (4 Pack) HD Switch Front Wheel Bearing Bushing to Bearing Conversion Kit Replaces Husqvarna, AYP, Poulan, Jonsered, Craftsman, In Stock. Sold by HD Switch and ships from Amazon Fulfillment. FREE Shipping on orders over /5. Jun 01, If It's a Craftsman GT and some Husqvarna's It's the Front Axle Floating. The Bushings are to long and have to be modified to fit the Axle tightly.
You have to grind around a 16th of an inch off each bushing and fit them tightly into the Axle. You will need 2 washers to shim the Axle Housing, too. To check for it. Jan 14, The vibration eventually took out the pilot bushing. Anyway, a new clutch and a pilot bearing, not bushing, took care of the problem.
I figured I had the same problem this time around. So, I took the tranny out today and the pilot bushing just fell out of the crank, which was actually kind of handy since I was going to change it to a bearing.