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MrG6 Offline OP
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Anyone on here know where I might be able to pick up some part for this model ride on

I've tried my local mower retailer and they said they are discontinued and cant match it to another part

These are the parts numbers and descriptions

NR - 45892 Bolt, 3/8 - 16 x1.5 car r

NR - 39659 Retainer, Strap belt

Any leads would be great

Thank

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Do you have a photo of the parts in question, may be of help to identify, not all on here will have the part numbers etc but may have the parts laying in box of assorted bits and pieces.

Regards Geoff.

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A bolt shouldn't be too hard to get, and depending on what the belt retainer looks like it could probably just be made from scratch, parts for the old victa ride ons are damn near impossible now

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Its a shame as it is a great mower nothing else wrong with it just for some reason these came loose and dropped off somewhere and I cant find them

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Have attached pic of bolt will post pic of retainer shortly

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Not an easy bolt to find, easy if you have a lathe. Only thing I can suggest is a bolt and hunt around for a washer to substitute for the shoulder. Another alternative is to fit a bigger bolt the diameter of the shoulder and use a nyloc nut on it. I would happily make you one but it is the $8.50 postage that kills it.

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Here is the other part i'm looking for Pics attached

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Another easy piece to fabricate.

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I think I may have found a solution for the bolt and spacer see pic
should work ok

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Does the washer fit inside the hole in the plate? if not it won't work

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Flat washer goes first, then the spacer which is a fraction thicker which will allow for the arm to pivot
Hope that makes sense

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Ok all good, now the adjuster, very simple job with a welder. Another alternative is to bet a piece of flat bar, bend it at right angle, then open the jaws on a vice and sit the end that needs curving on top of the jaws and with a piece of rod sitting on top, hit it with a hammer and you will get it to curve, not super critical how much curve is needed, just enough so the belt can move over it smoothly

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yes I will have to try and see if I can find a small piece of bar so I can make an attempt to do this

ill let you know how it goes when I get to it.

cheers

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just need to find a V belt to drive the transmission and we will be good to go hopefully I can find it

That could be my next issue

have to measure the one I have so I know how big I need it

fingers crossed I can locate one


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