Displaying Lower Steering Assembly parts for the White Outdoor 25A-100-190 HWT4 Trimmer Mower (1999)

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White Outdoor 1910823

Wheel-6 spoke

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White Outdoor 1910820001

Wheel Arm Weldment

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White Outdoor 1915213001

Wheel Mounting Bracket

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White Outdoor 1915218001

Wheel Arm Retainer

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White Outdoor 1765550

Rod End Clip/Right Side

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White Outdoor 1765551

Rod End Clip/Left Side

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White Outdoor 1910819

Steering Link

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White Outdoor 1909301

Hex Flange Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8

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White Outdoor 1915802

Shoulder Stud

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White Outdoor 1915803001

Clamp Link

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White Outdoor 1910811001

Trim Plate

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White Outdoor 1111696

Screw, 5/16-24 x 1/2

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White Outdoor 1744708

Hex Lock Nut, 5/16-18

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White Outdoor 1111606

Hex Head Bolt, 5/16-18 x 2

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White Outdoor 710-04048 (replaces 1186331)

Hex Flange Screw, 5/16-18 x 1

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White Outdoor 1725279

Spring

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White Outdoor 9901

Washer, 5/16 ID

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White Outdoor 710-04049 (replaces 1186328)

Hex Flange Screw, 5/16-18 x 5/8

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White Outdoor 936-0326 (replaces 1107385)

Washer

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Safety

According to the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons' 2006 data, over 100,000 people in the United States suffered an injury in a lawn mower accident for that year. Some of the most common injuries are due to slipping behind and under the lawn mower on wet slippery grass (yikes), or overturning a lawnmower on a steep hill. Most lawn mower injuries are preventable if some basic safety guidelines are followed.
Wear protective clothing such as goggles, gloves, boots and long pants, and never, ever, mow barefoot or in sandals!
Have your lawn mower serviced before the start of the season to ensure it's working properly.
Do not remove any safety devices on the machine!
Be sure to add fuel before starting the engine, not when it's running or hot. The liquid could overflow and flame up.
Keep hands and feet away from the lawn mower blade even if the machine is turned off. Once cleared of an obstruction, a blade can swing around and cause injury.
Consider Kevlar-filament chaps (when using a chainsaw) that are designed to tangle into the chainsaw chain on contact and stop the saw in a fraction of a second as opposed to cutting into your leg.
Don't forget the hearing protection.