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  • [115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower
  • [115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower
  • [115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower
  • [115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower
  • [115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower
  • [115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower

[115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower

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[115-4695] Qty. 2 Genuine OEM Toro 8″ Drive Wheel Gears for 22″ / 55 cm RWD Recycler Push Lawn Mower

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See to it this fits by entering your version number.; (2) 115-4695 Authentic OEM Toro 8″ Wheel Equipment Assemblies; Fits 22″ Inch / 55 cm Recycler Push Yard Mower; Fits Toro Recycler versions with identification number 313999999 and reduced: 20332, 20332C, 20333, 20333C, 20334, 20334C; 20352, 20372, 20373, 20374.


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  1. :

    These are Better than the ones I replaced. These have rubber tires. The originals were plastic. The center gears are phenolic, not plastic. Same as what was original. The old plastic ones wore out and there was no tread left. Hope this change to rubber to rubber is betterWould buy again.

  2. :

    My dad gifted me a Toro Personal Pace mower that we’ve had since I was in high school (10+ years) I put these on, and it performs just like it did out of the box. A lot of people complain about the nylon gears, but that’s what mine had from the factory. I went from pushing, to walking behind my mower. And they were a one bolt installation. Couldn’t ask for more

  3. :

    Upon installing the 1st wheel, it wobbled excessively. After removal and inspection, it appears the Mfr had replaced the older design of a single full length sleeve bearing with two shorter bearings (old and new in photo) and wobbly wheel was missing a sleeve. I pressed the sleeve out of an old wheel, removed the single short sleeve and replaced it. Viola! 15 minutes and back in service.Perhaps design change was to save money, but not sure how adding parts and complexity makes wheel less expensive.

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