Toro Personal Pace Mower


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Old 08-04-13, 09:49 AM
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Toro Personal Pace Mower

Hi, I have a Toro Personal Pace mower, the Model # is: 20018 and Serial # is: 220006368. I am missing a screw that I believe is one of the screws which mounts the engine to the housing. I have attached a image to show exactly where it is located. I tried the looking at the assembly diagrams, but can seem to locate the size of the screw anywhere. Can some please advise the size of this screw so that I can replace it as soon as possible ?

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If there are 3 mounting screws in the bottom of that engine you don't need a forth,,Most come with 3. Anyways the bolts are a self taping bolt and are 3/8" and the thread is 16 threads per inch and is about 1 1/4" Long. In other words 3/8"x16x 1 1/4" long can also be 1" long whatever works for you.
 
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Thank you for the information, appreciate it.
 
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You are very welcome.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
 
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Sorry I'm back again. Can you advise if this screw attaches from the top of the mower deck or from underneath ?? I can't find where from underneath it would start and from the top it's a bit ackward getting it started. Would appreciate it if you could advise further. Thanks.
 
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They start from the underneath. Like I said earlier, if there are already 3 in the motor a fourth is not needed. If this is a Self propelled unit it may be covered with a belt guard.
 
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It may not even have a hole in the deck to mount it.
 
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I agree Cheese,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
 
 

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