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Here is one for you guys: I have a 4211h i am restoring that i got last week, I have inspected and tested all the major parts to make sure i wont miss anything before i put in my parts order. Wel i found out that i desperately need 2 l/h wheel bushings, they are badly worn and have already damaged the axel (somewhat). Well while i was at my local big box home improvement center I picked up a sparkplug, and i noticed a whole bunch of replacement parts for the line of tractors they carry (MTD) well sure enough they had wheel bushings there, so i opend the box to see if i could score a match>>>> Well not only didnt they fit but the darn things were made out of plastic!!!! What a long-winded way to say STICK WITH SIMPLICITY

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    • Dean McFadden

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      Good morning peeps! I’m always searching for helpful information with my AC collection. Hope to find out new information and pass on my own experience in restoration. Here are some pics of my babies. I’m still looking for front rims for the 410 so yesterday I put the 310 wheels on took it for a drive. Working pretty good but still needs some carb work. Gotta get the 310 running next. Have a great day!😁

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      It's in pretty sad shape, but yes I have a yellow plastic cap that I'm fairly certain is what you need. PM me your details and I'll get it out to you.
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