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Re: Reversing a snowblower

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Cow

02-03-2013 18:44:01
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I like this idea but I don't have any way to machine something like that. I've got a small drill press so I could make the holes if I had something close enough that would fit over the shaft.




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Diydave

02-04-2013 16:33:22
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 Re: Reversing a snowblower in reply to Cow, 02-03-2013 18:44:01  
You might want to look through a catalog, of sorts, SC has scads of sprocket sizes, in weld a hub, and solid set screw types. The idea of the weld a sprocket, reminded me of this site:



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PJH

02-04-2013 09:37:11
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 Re: Reversing a snowblower in reply to Cow, 02-03-2013 18:44:01  
I'd check about using a WeldOn hub to fit the shaft, and a sprocket large enough to fit your needed bolt circle. You could carefully measure for the bolt holes and drill them on your drill press. No machining necessary. Those hubs and sprockets are in every farm store, and pretty cheap.



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Cow

02-04-2013 14:18:47
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 Re: Reversing a snowblower in reply to PJH, 02-04-2013 09:37:11  
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Can't seem to find any hubs with a 1-3/4 bore but I found this thing.
http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=370656298355&index=11&nav=SEARCH&nid=14086998857

I'll have to go measure everything again to be sure but that might be exactly what I need.



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