Where to get Husky Pressure Washer wheel?


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Old 05-18-20, 01:53 PM
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Where to get Husky Pressure Washer wheel?

Hey guys, I am not seeing an online company for Husky, all of my searches are leading to Home Depot.

One of the shells broke off so I need to get one, this is the pic of the older machine I have, any ideas please?

https://i.postimg.cc/xCpHxqYy/husly.jpg
 
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I has a number to call them right on the front cover.
Give that a try!!!!!

But before you do check the unit for the model tag.
To get a part you will need the model.
 
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The wheels are shown as part # RTRT83979 and are shown as discontinued.
Under the picture in the link is the H1750 parts breakdown pdf.

Husky 1750 replacement parts
 
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That number and website no longer works.

So now way to get that wheel or a substitute?

 
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The is the wheel part number. No replacement number is shown.
I can access that website just fine.
 
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This isn't exactly rocket science. It's a wheel on a shaft. You may have to do some DIY'ing and adapt another wheel to work. Measure your axle diameter and your wheel diameter and search other sites for a wheel with the same or similar dimensions. If you can't find a close enough match it might be best to replace both wheels so the pressure washer sits level. If you really need to go DIY the axle can be replaced with a different length or diameter according to your needs. Online metal sellers have material available in all sizes and will even cut it to length for you.
 
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Yeah, I will try to see how best I can replace both wheels, thanks guys.
 
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Go to Harbor Freight if you have on or go online, jist replace both for about $15.
 
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If you get some bits and don't know how to put them together we can help you MacGyver something. If we get to that point it would be helpful to know what tools you have available.
 
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Did you find a solution?

I have the same issue with a Husky 1750...movers broke the plastic wheel. Did you ever find a suitable replacement?
 
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Husky Power washer wheel replacement solution


From Lowes:
Hillman 3/8-in I.D. x 1/2-in O.D. x 1-1/2-in Long Seamless Steel Spacers or equivalent
Qty 2 $1.53 each

Hillman 3/8-in dia x 1-ft L Coarse Steel Threaded Rod (16 threads per inch) or equivalent
Qty 1 $4.78
Note: my Lowes did not have a wide selection of threaded rod. This happens to be zinc coated and 16 TPI.
I would have prefrerred stainless.

Hillman 2-Count 3/8-in Yellow Zinc Standard (SAE) Nylon Insert Lock Nuts or equivalent
Item #215535Model #883184
1 pkg $2.94
Note: this was the only lock nut available that had the same diameter and thread count as the threaded rod.

Harbor Freight:
HAUL-MASTER 6 In. Semi-Solid Tire With Polypropylene Hub
Qty 2 4.99 each

I also used a spare washer behind each wheel, to act as a spacer.
You'll need to trim about a 1/2" of so of the rod to be flush with the end of the lock nuts.

 
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Thank you. Bud of mine had borrowed it 2 months ago and he had put a wheel on it so I will send your links to ask if this will be better, appreciate it!
 
 

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