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mich Offline OP
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Hi All

Looking for 2 pinion gears for a Husqvarna Rider 16H (2000 model) differential or possibly a complete diff or even a parts only mower with a diff.

Diff is a K55 Tuff Torque
this diff was used in a few different brand mowers

Pinion part Number is (TTT) 19216331650

Thanks in advance if anyone is able to help

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Hi Mich,

Can you supply more information than just K55 which should have a letter after it (A,B,C,D,E,F,G,J,K or L) then spec numbers and we will upload a pats list so numbers can be checked. Sample below for the K55K-0000001 to current assembly.

The part number that you quoted is no longer available.

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mich Offline OP
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Hi Bruce

Thanks for looking into this for me

I hope this helps

K55L 002492-9999999 (K55L-HSQ EU / 79216384100, 79216384101)

The letter L is either a lower case L or an I but the letters you gave in the previous post don't have a H or I so i assume it is a lower case L.

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There is an "55I" [letter I] but uses the same pinion and as said the part is list as NLA.

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Thanks AVB

I guess I have to start looking a bit harder for a used diff

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Hi Mitch,
Might be worth contacting Jason, he might be able to help
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/194945295311?

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Hi Norm

Thanks for that link

Have already spoken to Jason and he thinks he has the parts but doesn't sell them only uses them for his own jobs.

That will be our next option sending him the diff and getting him to recon it.

Just trying to get parts as first option but not looking good.

thanks again
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Hi Mich,

Here is the pats list.

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Thanks Bruce

Do you have parts available

19216390250 DIFFERENTIAL GEAR KIT

Thanks mich


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Hi Mitch,
I figured that would be the case with Jason, but if all else fails, sometimes you are over a barrel and don't have much alternative

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Hi Bruce

I tried to find the kit in the online store but could not find anything

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Hi Mich,

Just send an email via the store and we will quote cost and availability.


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Thanks Bruce

Bill is looking into it for me

mich


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Hi All

No luck with any new parts at all, a few online stores say they are available
but with a bit of deeper digging all come up NLA
Jason checked no parts so unable to reco
So it looks like a second hand diff or mower.

Next question if anyone can help is
this diff was used in a few other mowers
How can I cross reference mowers to the diff/trans used.
I know Snapper do use this diff but not which models

Thanks mich


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It is a disgrace that you can't get these parts for a 20 year old machine. That would put me off ever buying an Husqvarna product of any sort. I am building up a list of manufacturers that I tell people to avoid

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Even car manufacturers are only required to keep parts for a decade, so 20 years for a ride on isn't too much of a stretch, especially when they don't sell huge amounts.
I would only ever buy a hand held blower, line trimmer or chainsaw from Husky.


Ahh, if only victa had kept producing the thumblatch catcher series, they would be in better shape today!
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I know that MF, but it doesn't change my views on the matter and I will always bag any manufacturer who does this sort of thing

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In my opinion the problem is that they’re guaranteeing obsolescence in the design phase.

If they used standardised parts then you’d be able to fix things almost indefinitely but they use proprietary components. There’s no real need for proprietary components in this application on something with the sophistication of a ride-on mower. It wouldn’t add significantly to the manufacturer’s costs to use standardised parts here. It’d be a few cents per unit in a mass production setting, if that and it could well be cheaper. It certainly doesn’t deliver enhanced functionality.

What it does mean is that the user is bound to buy overpriced “genuine” parts for the lifetime of the mower as determined by the original manufacturer. The manufacturer makes enough supplies to meet demand for a certain multiple of the warranty period and then abandons the buyer who is then, presumably, expected to buy a complete new unit.

That’s simply a disgrace. In this era, when we’re presumably thinking more about sustainability, a manufacturer should be obliged to factor in the massive amount of embodied energy in their goods. It is possible to make exactly the same product easily repairable for 50 years so it really should be. That way the fuel that went into making it is saved three times over.

I know my older machines use a little more fuel in some cases than new equipment but the embodied energy in manufacturing new equipment and transporting it is huge. Provided I can safely and efficiently keep older gear in service I think that’s the better thing to do.

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You nailed it Ironbark, I am sick and tired of this constant head banging we are subjected to regarding saving the world by reducing waste. This constant reduce, reuse propaganda is pushed down out necks and worldwide manufacturers are allowed to produce items not fit for purpose or with built in failure points for which they provide no replacement parts. The best thing I can hope for the world is for China to go belly up and stop producing billions of items that are only good for landfill after a couple of uses

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Coming up for me online that they used them in snapper mowers.

The briggs part number is no longer available through briggs australia but this mob in the USA are listing them. You have probably already explored this avenue but I figure I might as well post anyway

Courtesy of the F**$wits at microsoft, since last nights 'update' I have no ability to copy and paste (or vary my speakers volume) until they get off their lazy ass and release a patch.

here is an image of ereplacement parts

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