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Honda 476x

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by pidgeon1, 8 May 2021.

  1. pidgeon1

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    Honda HRX 476 C, QXE , Serial No 1143728.


    Its the spring that adjust the tension on rear roller chain, one end is longer that the other end of the spring as attached photo : the dirty on is the one to replace. Spring 2.JPG

    I have tried . 42994 VK7 A50
    76122 VE0 M10

    these do not fit. I have looked a parts diagram
     
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    Is the original spring faulty?
    John :)
     
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    The spring has jumped off the top hook twice, it's had a good life, , we have 500 sq metes of grass so the machine doesn't owe me.
    As it's a pain to stop cutting and refit for the cost I will purchase a new spring
     
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    I guess you could squeeze the eye of the spring with pliers to close it - I can't see a new spring being much different, to be honest.
    John :)
     
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    I did the squeeze last.
     
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