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Maytag Wringer Washer Agitator, New Style Turquoise!

Note: I've closed these out, and have none left.
They are often found on Ebay, though, posted HERE

Here's a great replacement for your tired old Maytag wringer washer agitator. One thing I like about this one is the integral plastic splines. The old ones had metal splines that rusted to the shaft, which meant having to use everything short of dynamite to remove them (I use a modified 2 x 4 and a huge puller, supplied by Maytag, to help break them free. Works on about half them; the other half have to be broken off) Here's one of the few places that plastic has actually been a big improvement. 

This replaces original Maytag part numbers A4559, K1392, and A4525, and is used in all E, J, and N (including N2) series models. 

 

Maytag wringer washer agitator  

This picture makes it appear taller than it actually is (Wish I'd had this camera back in Junior High School when I measured 4' 8"!) Stands approx 11-1/2" tall, and measures about 13-3/8" in diameter. 

Maytag wringer agitator splines

As can be seen here, the splines are a permanent part of this agitator, with an insert pressed into place at the factory. The rubber stop ring (#15494) is still used to hold the agitator down, and I recommend always installing a new one along with a new agitator. 

I recently sold the last agitators I had for $49.50, but with the new US Postal Service rates, shipping costs have gone crazy (Priority Mail on this had more than *doubled* to some parts of the US with the latest increases!) So if you find one in stock somewhere, be sure to check on shipping costs before ordering it. 

To email me a question specifically about this part, please click here 

Note: I get good/used agitators in once in a while, usually in this turquoise version, so contact me (if you can wait a bit) for one of those. 


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