Hayter hunter 41 part

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Hayter hunter 41 part

Post by Samuelodog » Sun Jul 02, 2017 9:07 am

Hi, I'm looking for a specific part for my broken mower. the bit where the rear Axle links to the throw plate. It's snapped so the wheel axle is not supported. Problem is, I can't find any pictures or diagram that accurately shows the piece or names it. Can anyone help? Thanks
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Re: Hayter hunter 41 part

Post by Bob225 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 9:15 am

Google is your friend

It all depends on your serial number, push or self propelled ??

http://www.shouldersofshoreham.co.uk/ha ... -hunter-41

just a quick look, I think you mean a Rear axle frame
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Re: Hayter hunter 41 part

Post by Samuelodog » Sun Jul 02, 2017 10:14 am

Hi, I've been googling for weeks. Nothing seems to match. My model number seems to be rare. I ll try to attach pics. It's the fixing where the axle bends at a right angle before going up to meet the height adjuster. It's snapped away from the throw plate. But no pics show such an axle. So I can't identify the fixing part!
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Re: Hayter hunter 41 part

Post by Bob225 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 10:46 am

Please post your serial number and whether its push or self propelled
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Re: Hayter hunter 41 part

Post by Dave54 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:11 am

Can you strip it down and get it welded locally? By a local garage for instance.
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