We can ship parts at your request. (shipping cost not included)
You may call ahead for availability, and to inquire about custom orders.
What do I need to get the right parts?
In general it's best to know your brand and have your serial and model numbers off your engine, deck or implement, and unit. Your numbers will normally be on a silver tag, if you have trouble finding it we can help. Give us a call at (219)-866-5812. It never hurts to bring in the part, pictures related to the part, or any numbers the part might have on it. If you believe your tag is missing, take as many pictures as possible of your engine, deck or implement, and unit as well as bring in your parts.
Below are helpful tips on finding your tag on some of the brands we sell.
As a dealer we have the tools to look up parts for you with the model (for example: 718, 729BT) as well as the year or serial number of your mower, deck, or implement.
The tag for the mower is under the seat on the left side (when you are sitting).
The tag for the deck or implement is on the left side as well, near your left foot.
Please note if your engine is not original or a stock replacement we will need the number off it as well for any engine parts.
Newer equipment will hopefully still have a paper sticker somewhere on the frame. We highly recommend making a note with the information on this tag and place it in a safe place, as it is not nearly as long lasting as the aluminum tags. If the tag has fallen off then bring us any other information printed on the equipment. A picture of the equipment is also very helpful. If you purchased the equipment from us, our paperwork we give you at the time of sale or delivery will have the model and serial numbers on it.
Older equipment will have an aluminum tag somewhere on the frame work that has the woods logo, along with the model and serial numbers.
Simplicity is a little tricky to find because they don't have a set location for their tags. On newer mowers it will be a white plastic sticker, on much older models it may be a metal tag. Start with looking around the feet if it is a zero turn or under the hood on the frame if it is a tractor style. If it is not on the frame it may be on body panels.
If you have pictures you would like to email you can send them to ClaussenEq@Rensselaer.tv, please include name and contact information.