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Does anyone know Husqvarna's contact number?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Husky05, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. Husky05

    Husky05 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 303

    Ok, so does anyone know if there is any kind of warrenty on a commerical deck on a Husqvarna mower. I have a deck on a 36inch mower that has cracked on 2 places now!

    Does anyone know the contact number for Husqvarna.
  2. JimQ

    JimQ LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,139

    I can do better than giving you a phone number.

    PM me and lets talk. I'm part of the Engineering group at Husqvarna Turf Care.

    Take care,
  3. TomberLawn

    TomberLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,299

    Have you tried the dealer?
  4. Grits

    Grits LawnSite Silver Member
    from Florida
    Posts: 2,994

    I am sure JimQ will take care of your problem. He's a great guy!
  5. tinman

    tinman LawnSite Bronze Member
    from ga
    Posts: 1,348

    1-800-we-suck ? lol I had a Husky ztr and it was terrible. 4 spindles replaced in first 400 hours of use.
  6. JimQ

    JimQ LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,139

    Ha! :laugh: Yeah, well....OK. I'll admit, they weren't the best in the industry! :laugh: You're right about that.

    If there is anyone out there having spindle problems, let me know. They have been redesigned. I can get you the P/N for the new style spindle.


    GOOSEHANSON LawnSite Member
    Posts: 84

    willmy o8 Husky iz5225xp have new or old style spindles..by the way I love my mower so far...mowed 10 acres with it in less then 3 hours...
  8. kaferhaus

    kaferhaus LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,444

    Better get that fire proof suit on.
  9. JimQ

    JimQ LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,139

    I'm glad to hear your iZ is treating you right.

    It's easy to tell which spindles you have by looking.

    Look at the top of the spindle. If you see a nut holding the pulley to the shaft, it's a new style. If you see a bolt holding the pulley to the shaft. it's the older style.

    The old style spindles have been problematic for some, and worked fine for others.

    The change was made to reduce the likely hood of the bearings loosing preload. Once that happens, the bearings don't last long.

    If you ever have any questions about your machine, PM me or post. I'll be happy to help.

  10. tinman

    tinman LawnSite Bronze Member
    from ga
    Posts: 1,348

    A sense of humor / honesty from a big business member. I like it!

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