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affordable front right axle needed


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06-28-04, 04:07 PM   #1  
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affordable front right axle needed

Can anyone tell me where to get a front right axle for a sears craftsman 2 20 HP lawn tractor model 917.250031 serial 0281s01660 part # 5297J. I live in oregon. Thank You

 
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06-28-04, 09:07 PM   #2  
I see what you mean by afordable. The part list for $211.00 and then you got shipping and taxes which would make it about $230.00.
I would take it to a local welding shop to get it repaired. A lot of shops pride themselves on repairing things like this.

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06-28-04, 11:55 PM   #3  
Good grief! That's a lot. Check with local small engine repair shops, you may be able to find a used one. A welding/machine shop would also be a very good place to take it, as suggested.


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06-29-04, 08:12 AM   #4  
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What part of Oregon? I am acrossed the river in Vancouver Wa. and have one repaired and 2 used prolly not much help.
If you cant find a small shop with a spare or that will repair yours, also check with 4wheel drive shops, some of them fellers get in their own world when going under the helmet

 
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06-30-04, 08:37 PM   #5  
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I live in oregon city pretty close, how much would you charge for one? Thanks

 
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06-30-04, 08:44 PM   #6  
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Maybe for your trip a trade of yours and some help we could break even??
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