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Re: Removing snowblower wheel

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Scott D. Orbaker

03-05-2014 21:57:10

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Thanks for the suggestions. Joe-Right now the is no engine on it-working on a transplant. I tried taking the axle and wheels off together but couldn't get the left bearing to clear the frame. I could try bending the frame a little to get clearance.

Dave- I am going to grind the end of the axle, don't want to try and find another axle if I can help it. Rather not cut the tire either as it is like new.

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joe csuti

03-06-2014 03:21:52

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 Re: Removing snowblower wheel in reply to Scott D. Orbaker, 03-05-2014 21:57:10  
I think I see your problem now taking a closer look at traction drive assembly drawing/parts list.

Right side frame is slotted & allows shaft assembly to drop out of frame after bearing bolts removed,however it appears there is a clearance hole in left frame that axle passes thru & into left bearing on outside of frame,check axle,on inboard side of each bearing you'll probably find a thrust washer & roll pin thru shaft to hold axle in position preventing it from moving left/right when useing blower,remove right roll pin from shaft,clean up end of left side axle & try to drive axle out of rim,with pins in axle same won't move when pounding on left side of axle,with right pin out axle will slide thru right bearing & left wheel hub will work against left bearing when pounding on left side of axle.

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