MTD, Cub Cadet, Troy Bilt, Lawn Tractor Parts

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941-0656A, 741-0656A MTD Hex Steering Bushing

941-0656A, 741-0656A MTD Hex Steering Bushing
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941-0656A, 741-0656A MTD Hex Steering Bushing


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MTD hex steering bushing used on many MTD made lawn tractors: MTD, White, Cub Cadet, Bolens, YardMachine, Troy Bilt....

  • Made to meet or exceed FSP specifications.

  • Replaces MTD bushing part number 941-0656A

  • 5/8" ID

Product Details:
Product Length: 5.0 inches
Product Width: 5.0 inches
Product Height: 5.0 inches
Product Weight: 0.03 pounds
Package Length: 3.9 inches
Package Width: 3.1 inches
Package Height: 0.3 inches
Package Weight: 0.05 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 111 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:5.0 ( 111 customer reviews )
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6 of 6 found the following review helpful:

4Use it twice and save a buck.  May 04, 2015
By Jolly Roger
Part is good but keep in mind that the original bearing or whichever you're using now can be used twice. Look at the customer image and your own worn part and you will see that it only wears on one side. Remove the bearing at the first sign of steering slippage and rotate it 180 degrees. You now have a "fresh" side that will maintain proper spacing in the steering gear-pinion mesh. If by chance you have worn the steering pinion (as I have done) by trying to finish the yard with faulty steering, Just add a couple 1/2" washers above the pinion during reassembly. I say two, if they're thin you may need more. Either way you're spacing the pinion down by the width of the worn area so you can use the "new" teeth.

Essentially the part is double-duty and can be used twice. I know some have commented on the short life-span of this part, which is true... but if it were made of harder material, the shaft itself may become the wear point which is far more expensive to replace.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

4Worked fine in 2006 MTD Super Bronco  Jun 12, 2013
By Terry
This part seems to last about 4 years in my riding mower before it gets so worn that I can no longer steer. The center wears excessively and the created slack means the steering gear wont stay engaged. It is relatively easy to install. Just pulled the drained gas tank out and to the side (stayed connected to fuel line). Remove but at end of steering column from underneath. I greased it up this time and will see if this increases it's life.

I have amazon prime and this was an addon item which ticked me off. So I bought something else from my wish list and I'll be darned if Amazon didn't ship this stupid thing separately on a different day. What is the point of an addon item then if you are going to ship it separately with a different carrier!!! That's just STUPID Amazon!

3 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5Dad told me to write this to help with installation issues  Jun 27, 2014
He said if you lift the front of the mower up off the ground and take the pin out that holds the deck to the mower you should be able to get enough separation so that you don't have to take the whole mower deck off.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5Brother Needed  May 27, 2011
By Amazon Lover "Savvy Shopper"
Brother's lawn mower had this part wear out. Got the part number and found it on Now, we have a replacement when it is needed.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5Buy it here!  Jun 15, 2014
By Chris Diaz
Buy it here! This product is a very good value and a good brand. I think you can’t go wrong if you buy it here!

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