Model #917273064 CRAFTSMAN Lawn, Tractor

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  • Transaxle No. 222-3010l
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Q:

snow blower 917273064 Craftsman Tractor

A:

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The MTD snow thrower will more than likely not fit the tractor. The snow thrower and tractor are made by different manufacturers, and are not interchangable. The model specific snow thrower attachment is 24837, which would require bracket kit 24831. This would be the only attachment that would work with certainty. 

Snow Thrower 24837

Bracket Kit 24831

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
February 24, 2015
Q:

bagger for this lawn tractor 917273064 Craftsman Tractor

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Unfortunately, this specific model of tractor is not compatible for a bagger setup. There is not a bagger that will fit this model. This can be an issue with the larger deck sizes, as the velocity within the deck is not sufficient to bring the grass up the tubes into the containers. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
October 28, 2014
Q:

Hydrostatic Fluid Change 917273064 Craftsman Tractor

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The best way I've seen to gain access to the transaxle to service it is to remove the fender/seat assembly and move the gas tank aside to view the top of the unit. The filter should be accessible underneath the unit. 


Drain & Fill Instructions: Drain plug at bottom of Transaxle (allen hex plug). There are two upper plugs, one located on right and one on the left upper sides of the case just above the axle part of the housing. Both are allen hex plugs. It appears the one on the right (shift lever side) is a bit larger and higher than the left plug. Hydro-Gear recommended adding oil in the right side plug and to fill until oil reaches this plug level (about 100 fluid ounces). They noted that either side will work for the fill port and that the oil is supposed to cover the axle - this part of the housing acts as the reservoir. The oil type for the 3010L transmission is either 10w40 or synthetic (preferred) 5w30. It is recommended to use the synthetic in cold weather and if its installed, it can be left in the system (no need to change it out when it warms up).There is no given amount that goes into the transmission.
 
Caution: Use safety precautions during purge opeartion when running engine and wheels lifted off of the ground.
 
Purge Instructions: Jack up rear wheels, disengage drive-train (set to free-wheel using clip lever), start engine and run at 1/2 throttle, slowly move shift lever from forward to reverse several times, stop engine, engage drive-train (set to lock using freelwheel clip lever), start engine and run at 1/2 throttle, slowly move shift lever from forward to reverse several times until wheels turn without indication of air in hydraulic system.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
May 19, 2014

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