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Lawn Tractor Steering Shaft Bushing (replaces 532195227) 195227


Part #195227

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Part Information

This steering shaft bushing (part number 195227) is for lawn tractors.

Steering shaft bushing 195227 supports the steering wheel shaft on the steering boot.

Let the engine cool and disconnect the spark plug wires before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.


Clayton Ga.Reviews 8Votes 0
• 2 years ago
hemize4• 2 years ago
Great quality at a fair price.

Very easy to install, overall about a 15 minute job.

vermontReviews 1Votes 1
• 3 years ago
dave• 3 years ago
requires dismantling of mower dash

requires care in pressing the bushing to avoid breaking. The entire mower dash has to be removed to gain access.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
sm • 3 years ago

Hello. We are so glad to hear you had a positive experience with Sears!! We greatly appreciate your feedback. Thank you for choosing Sears!

Reviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
• 3 years ago
Steering Shaft

Got the part when they said we would get it. Always easy to order.

Steve from Michigan
MichiganReviews 1Votes 1
• 3 years ago
Steve from Michigan• 3 years ago
Great Part, Great Service

Excellent, the part came sooner then estimated and fit perfectly.

Lexington, Il.Reviews 3Votes 4
• 4 years ago
Mike50• 4 years ago
easy to install

unbolt the steering wheel, take out five screws that hold dashboard, take dash off. Take small hammer and tap steering wheel adapter off. take small screw driver and pry bushing out. Put a little grease in new bushing and slide it into position tap it in with small hammer. reassemble everything in reverse order. Only takes about 10 minutes.

Valley City, OhioReviews 1Votes 1
• 4 years ago
Dav60• 4 years ago
Not difficult what does take a little time

Remove steering wheel pieces. Then you must remove mower deck.( I tried without removing mower deck and it was not possible) then remove locking pin at bottom of steering shaft and 2 bolts at bottom of steering shaft. Then you will be able to drop shaft low enough to get beyond bushing. Remove old bushing and new bushings will snap right in, then reverse process. (it is not possible to collapse new bushing around steering shaft. steering shaft must be removed)

TexasReviews 1Votes 0
• 4 years ago
Knapper• 4 years ago
Easy to install

Steering shaft for craftsman riding mower was very easy to install

ohioReviews 1Votes 2
• 5 years ago
joey50• 5 years ago
Installation took a bit of doing.

With several trial and error attempts, installation took about an hour. Was not able to find any installation instructions. Remove instrument panel from mower, remove old bushing. The hard part is finding a way to compress new bushing in order to seat it into position. I used two large screwdrivers, one on each side of bushing. A second person would be an advantage.