Bosch Pinion

Stock Number: ES1118181

Manufactured by Bosch

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 (55 customers)

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Is your lawnmower's pinion broken or worn? This is a genuine replacement pinion to get your lawnmower or lawnrake back up and running.

Designed for select models of Bosch and Qualcast lawnmowers and lawnrakers only.

Please check the list of appliances prior to ordering to ensure this is the right part for you.

Please note: Does not include fixing pin.

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 (55 customers)
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    By - gloucestershire

    A first class product but the removal of the original pin took an hour and a half! The fitting of the new product was v easy however and it works perfectly. A huge success.
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    Quality product and service. Would definately recommend this component.
  • Lawnmower saved from skip !

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    By - East Lothian

    Thought I was going to be replacing a broken belt but found this part to be sheared off the end of the motor shaft. Entered the lawnmower model into a search engine and found a picture of the "pinion" on espares, in stock at a nominal price - how brilliant is that? Part easily ordered, arrived fairly quickly and it was just a matter of drifting out the fixing pin and replacing the pinion. Only took a few minutes and I re-used the existing pin. Job done for next to nothing - delighted.

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  • Q Removing the old pinion 1 Answer

    Hi, is there some sort of tool to remove the old pinion as we are struggling to remove it Thanks

    By Annie - Irvine - 23 May 2014

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      Sorry but we do not have any information on this repair. The pinion looks like it has a 'grub screw' in it's base that may be released using a Allen key.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 May 2014

  • Q Will the concorde 32 pinion fit the concorde 320 mower? 1 Answer

    Is the pinion supplied with grub screws to lock in position?

    By Mikebu - Nottingham - 13 July 2009

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      No. remove roll pin and re-use

      By hawsur - Cumnock Ayrshire - 03 November 2009