Model #917293650 CRAFTSMAN Rear Tine, Gas Tiller

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transmission input bearing 917293650 Craftsman Rear tine, gas tiller

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Needle & seat installation 917.293650

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Sherman_G_Wallace -
Sears Technician
May 14, 2014
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left wheel axle bearing for craftsman tiller 917.293650

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I have no information on this part change at all. This has come up once before and it seems like my customer at the time ended up trimming the bearing down in order for it to work. I cannot find that thread where we talked about it though.

I searched around the web to see if I could find any mention of problems with this part and came up with nothing. If I can find anything else out, I'll post that information here.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
August 27, 2013
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Thanks for your reply. I too did have to cut about 3/4 inch off of the hub to make it work. This is a crutial cut to maintain the correct end play on the shaft. I was dissapointed to have to modify what was supposed to be a replacement part to make it work. I fixed this for some friends and when I returned it I cautioned them to not use it too hard because in my opinion this tiller is a very light duty and cheaply made machine.

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ken -
September 06, 2013
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Sometimes the replacement parts are from different manufacturers than the original. That can happen for different reasons, but normally it's because the original manufacturer no longer makes the part and an aftermarket company picks up the rights for the parts or because the manufacturer went out of business or was bought out. In this case, it may be a little bit of both that caused the problem.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
September 06, 2013
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