Husqvarna 532192872 Greasable Spindle Shaft For Husqvarna/Poulan/Roper/Craftsman/Weed Eater

November 7, 2017 - Comment

Husqvarna, Poulan, Poulan Pro, Roper, Sears/Craftsman, and Weed Eater 532192872 Greasable Spindle Shaft. AYP version is 192872 http://bestelectricmower.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to (“” (amazon.com, endless.com, smallparts.com or myhabit.com).

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Husqvarna, Poulan, Poulan Pro, Roper, Sears/Craftsman, and Weed Eater 532192872 Greasable Spindle Shaft. AYP version is 192872

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AmazonManiac says:

Durable – Unsealed Bearing I bought this shaft to replace one on my craftsman lawn tractor. My old part contained a sealed bearing at the top of the mandrel housing as well as one at the bottom of the mandrel shaft. This one has an open bearing at the bottom that comes pre-greased. It also has a threaded hole on the top meant for a zerk grease fitting so you can grease it without removing it from the deck. Once greased, the entire mandrel housing will be filled with grease. I just need to add a zerk fitting and should be…

Anonymous says:

If you ever hit a rock, chances are you may have bent a spindle – especially if you feel any vibration. These replacement spindles are a perfect fit on my 46″ Craftsman deck mover. The come with the bottom bearing, but you should replace the top bearing also – and keep the old as spare parts just in case. My only caveat is that the new lower bearings are ball bearings, but they are not sealed bearings – which can allow dust, dirt, etc to get in over time and lead to eventual failure. Yes,…

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