Victa Loose Blade Carrier Fix

Learn how to repair a loose blade carrier on a Victa Lawn Mower.

Tools/Parts:

    • Lubricant
    • Wooden Wedge
    • 8mm and 24mm Socket


Step 1

Use you wooden wedge to secure and stop the flywheel moving while you undo the blade Nut. Be mindful not to apply to much force as there is a risk of damage to the flywheel.

Step 2

Once the nut is removed replace the washer and make sure to put it on the correct way as shown in the video. Next tighten the blades being mindful of the position of the new washer.

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