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Troy-Bilt Lawn Mower Model 12AVB2RQ766 Parts

Troy-Bilt Lawn Mower Model 12AVB2RQ766 Parts
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Grass bag frame. If the grass bag is dragging on the ground, or the frame will not stay in position it may be broken or bent and will need to be replaced.


Lawn mower discharge chute. Installing this chute will keep the mulch cover open to discharge the clippings out the side of the mower.


21" Lawn mower mulching blade with star. MTD Genuine Factory Part.


Lower handle bar. There are two sets of holes in the bar. The one closest to the flat end is used for shipping. You will use the mounting hole furthest away for normal use.


Hinged mulch plug (or cover) for lawn mower. Note: Mounting screw is not pre threadded. You need to use the original self tapping screw or purchase a new screw in the recommended parts below.


Upper handle. You will have note the location of the existing controls and transfer them to the new handle. The original zip ties will likey need to be cut and replaced with new ones.


Front axle cover. This cover attaches to the mower metal frame and the lower axle support. It supports the bearings, front axle and transmission.It also covers the transmission drive belt. Wheel adjuster tabs are also located on this cover.


Troy-Bilt Lawn Mower Model 12AVB2RQ766 Parts

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