Displaying Spindle Assembly parts for the Snapper 421618BVE (84264) 42" 16 HP Rear Engine Rider Series 18

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Snapper 7059628BMYP (replaces 7059628)

ASSEMBLY, Spindle Housing

(Includes items 2 thru 8)

Your price: $156.13

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2

Snapper 7012491SM (replaces 7012491)

RING, 1.75" Internal Retaining

Your price: $1.68

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Snapper 7013313

BEARING, Spindle

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Snapper 2108202SM

Alternative for 7013313: BEARING BALL

Your price: $6.65

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Snapper 7051469YP (replaces 7051469)

HOUSING, Spindle (7.5" high)

Was 47849

Your price: $51.76

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Snapper 7010817SM (replaces 7010817)

FITTING, Lube (Press fit for .187 hole-no ball)

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Snapper 7032294YP (replaces 7032294)

HOLDER, Blade

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7

Snapper 7014407SM (replaces 7014407)

WASHER, Spindle

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8

Snapper 7027640YP (replaces 7027640)

SPINDLE (9.5" Long)

Your price: $51.15

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Snapper 7012670YP (replaces 7012670)

RING, Tolerance (.75" high)

Your price: $4.75

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