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Craftsman/Murray/Stanley 26' Walk Behind Manual

Posted by ntl1991 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 4, 11 at 22:13


I've recently acquired a used 2001 Stanley (Built by Murray) 26" Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Zero-Turn lawn mower, model 261031X692A. Since Murray has been bought out, most of their online owners manuals are MIA. I did notice, however, that a certain Craftsman mower, the 536885600, is exactly the same as my mower, except it doesn't have the castoring wheels, and the engine is a Briggs instead of a Tecumseh. Since all Craftsman models have online manuals, can anyone figure out the model number of a 536885600 with castoring wheels? I'm sure Craftsman put them out, as I've seen them on the floor at Sears several years back.

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RE: Craftsman/Murray/Stanley 26' Walk Behind Manual

According to a wild card search at SPD , they didn't. There were 2 models. There was a 5600 and a 5601. Of course a google search shows many parts illustrations. What specifically are you looking for? Caster parts?

RE: Craftsman/Murray/Stanley 26' Walk Behind Manual

Thanks. I'm looking for the castor locking pins along with a the engine top cover which is specific to the Stanley models which had Tec engines.

After doing some research, Murray also sold these as Yard Kings too... I can't seem to find any model numbers, though...


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