Husqvarna 532180775 Lawn Mower Wheel For Husqvarna/Poulan/Roper/Craftsman/Weed Eater

September 25, 2017 - Comment

Husqvarna, Poulan, Poulan Pro, Roper, Sears/Craftsman, and Weed Eater 532180775 Lawn Mower Wheel. Current part number 532180775 replaces previous part number 180775. Used on front wheel drive AYP walk behind front wheel drive self propelled mowers. http://bestelectricmower.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a

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Husqvarna, Poulan, Poulan Pro, Roper, Sears/Craftsman, and Weed Eater 532180775 Lawn Mower Wheel. Current part number 532180775 replaces previous part number 180775. Used on front wheel drive AYP walk behind front wheel drive self propelled mowers.

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rekaks says:

Easy to install! Fits just right! I was looking for replacement front wheels of our Craftsman Lawnmower model 917.378642 for about 3 months. I have been in stores and hardwares asking if they have one. And mostly they suggest to bring in the lawnmower for them to check and install the wheel, of course for a hefty price. I got tired looking from one store to another, so I searched for a manual on how to removed the wheel, tried looking online for just 2 nights and I stumbled on this product at Amazon.com. Immediately I checked…

GaryW says:

Poor lawnmower design means you’ll buy a lot of these.

Anonymous says:

I’ve never understood the logic behind having the plastic gear teeth of this wheel engage with the metal teeth of the sprocket that turns it. Anytime the lawnmower is engaged in the drive position and gets hung up on something in the yard the metal teeth strip out the plastic teeth on the wheel. This happens a few times and the drive wheels no longer drive. That said, in the years that I’ve owned my lawnmower I’ve had to replace the drive wheels frequently and they are not inexpensive…

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