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

Not available
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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 1186331

Hex Flange Screw, 5/16-18 x 1

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Cub Cadet 710-04048

Alternative for 1186331: SCREWHEX FLANGE 5

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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 1186328

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

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Cub Cadet 710-04049

Alternative for 1186328: SCREWHEX FLANGE 5

Your price: $2.40

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White Outdoor 1107385

Washer

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Cub Cadet 936-0326

Alternative for 1107385: WASHERFL

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Got Thatch?

Have you noticed a lot of Clumpy Grass with Barren Spots in your yard with small barren patches in-between? Inspect the barren patches for a heavy buildup of mulched grass clippings and leaves. If you find this interwoven grass and leaves, you have "thatch", and it suffocates the grass where it gets too thick. To remove you can use a cheap long-fingered metal rake. Within a few hours you may rake-up enough "thatch" to fill the back of a small pick-up truck. If the rake is a bit too much work, there are specialized de-thatching tools available as well as commercial lawn maintenance companies that will do it for you. Listen afterwards for your lawn sighing in relief.