Maytag Wringer Head-Frame Parts
Amish new replicated Maytag Wringer Washer head and frame parts for E, J, and N washers made from the 1940s’-1983.
Maytag washing machine replacement wringer rollers, head, and frame parts include sleeves, collar bushings, shoulder bushings, wringer head-gears, driveshaft, crown gears, yokes, and clutch springs.
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It would be data prohibitive to list each individual part with shipping. Therefore, shipping & handling is based on an average purchase of a few parts. We do charge a minimum $12 flat base rate on all items regardless of the size. This is to cover the cost to process, pack, drop-ship, and actual shipping charges.
Additional shipping may be required for larger orders. We will let you know if additional shipping will be needed. If you checkout using PayPal we can send you an invoice if needed. Otherwise, we will also need to have credit card information as our system does not store it with the order.
6990 Tension Spring
14802 Stainless Nut for Tension Bolt (Not Pictured)
14803 Solid Pin for Collar 15367 (Not Pictured)
14814 Tension Cap Pin
14812 Pins for Cam Shaft
14826 Stainless Washer for Tension Bolt 14834 (Not Pictured)
14834 Tension Bolt (Not Pictured)
14846 Stainless Roller for Tension Cap Regular or Oversized
14964 Spring for the outer bearing (Not Pictured)
14984 Pin for Drain Pan, Long or Short (Not Pictured)
15266 Steel Ball for Wringer Handle (Not Pictured)
15267 Spring for Wringer Handle (Not Pictured)
15349 Pin for the outer bearing pin (Not Pictured)
15271 Wringer Head Retainer (Not Pictured)
15274 Wringer Head Spring (Not Pictured)
15366 Sleeve for Wringer Head
15367 Collar for Wringer Head
15360 Wringer Head Gear
15364 Lower Clutch Spring Right
15365 Upper Clutch Spring Left
15368 Drive Key
15515 Shoulder Bearing without Flange
15586 Nylon Bearing (Not Pictured)
15593 Ball Insert for Wringer Handle (Not Pictured)
15731 Wringer Drive O-Ring A Old Style Round Tub, B New Style Square Tub (Not Pictured)
15754 Shoulder Bearing with Flange
15758 Cam Shoe or see A4628 for complete Pan Trip with shoes
15762-A Crown Gear Coil Pin (Not Pictured)
A4301 Index Shaft (Not Pictured)
A4332 Index Slide
A4346 Stainless Wringer Pan Trip Lever
A4347 Tension Cap with or without bolts
A5374 Wringer Gasket Set
A4628 Pan Trip with 15758 Shoes
A4750 Outer Bearing (Not Pictured)
A4812 Wringer Stem (Not Pictured)
A4856 Drive Shaft-Wringer Head Gears (Not Pictured)
A5120 Drive Shaft
A5669 Foot Pedal Safety Actuator. *See note below
A4715 Operating Handle
A4722 Wringer Drain Pan for Square Tub Models
A4724 Wringer Drain Pan for Round Tub Models
A5284 Index Plate (Not Pictured) See Wringer Post Diagram
A5374 Gasket Set For Wringer Head
BWS05 Index Plate Repair Ring (Repairs a worn index plate mounting on old-style wringer post)
K1427 Crown Gear
SM1003 L-Shaped Outer Water Tray Hanger Repair Part (Use when mounting holes have become worn)
SM1004 Flat Shaped Inner Water Tray Hanger Repair Part (Use when mounting holes have become worn)
56078 Lubricant, use locally obtained EP #1 Tube Grease.
56016 Grease used on shafts, stem, wringer handle, and tension parts.
*For the A5669 air-powered foot wringer safety actuator we have found this source that seems to work Click Here We are not connected with Presair and only provide the link as an option. The reason we are not carrying it is if the actuator seal in the wringer is unable to hold the air then it will not be effective. We have not found a replacement for that part. Some have bypassed the actuator by using a screw to push in place of the air switch. We are not recommending bypassing safety equipment and that is your call.
The Amish depended on these old wringer washers as most of the United States population did in the early 1900s until newer modern spin cycle machines were developed. As manufacturing and replacement parts moved forward the Amish began to have difficulty in obtaining parts to maintain the wringer washers. So, they began manufacturing their own supply of replacement Maytag parts as they still do today. Cottage Craft Works.com takes a step back in time to help people who are still using or restoring the vintage home and farm equipment acquire replacement parts.
The washer parts listed are the most sought-after Maytag parts. Our Amish shop can procure or make just about any part that was used on the round or square tub machines. Since the Amish convert most of the machines to gas, air, or DC driven motors they don’t manufacture new electric motors. They also don’t use the drain pump allowing the washer to gravity drain instead. If you should need an electric motor or water pump, we can find you a used take-off. Just email us for the availability of any parts that we don’t list.
International customers, please email us with the parts that you need, and we will calculate the shipping cost and send you a PayPal invoice in US Dollars. Duties and taxes will still be due to your country upon delivery.
Parts ship directly from an Amish owned business without computers, please expect some orders to take up to two weeks to ship. Most parts are stocked but some may need to be made.
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