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Hahn Eclipse Snow Giant 24

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John Allicaseover

10-31-2017 22:03:28

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Hey guys. I know I can get all the tractor info here but I have an old snowblower problem at the moment and no one else seems to be able to help. I have quite a few of these machines but one in particular has me stymied. It's a Hahn Gravely. I guess after Gravely got the assets of Hahn they started putting Gravely on the tag with the snowblower pertinent info. My older Hahns are driven by a friction wheel and the Gravely Hahn is gearbox driven which means the axle is different than the rest. The problem is the axle is really bent on that one and it's a very very nice looking machine. Almost looks like new and has electric start as well. I'm looking for help pointing me in a direction to hopefully find a replacement for it or if someone has one or knows someone that does and they would part with it I'd appreciate it very very much. Thanks for the help!

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ztr mowers

11-01-2017 15:26:26

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 Re: Hahn Eclipse Snow Giant 24 in reply to John Allicaseover, 10-31-2017 22:03:28  
have one made,no big deal

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ed will

11-01-2017 09:28:39

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 Re: Hahn Eclipse Snow Giant 24 in reply to John Allicaseover, 10-31-2017 22:03:28  
Hi , I had a similar situation some years back. I took it to a machine shop and they cut the gear off the shaft. Then cut a piece of new shaft the right length then cut a keyway in it then welded the new shaft onto the gear. Perfect job.
not too pricey I thought. Ed Will Oliver BC

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John Allicaseover

11-03-2017 18:38:19

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 Re: Hahn Eclipse Snow Giant 24 in reply to ed will, 11-01-2017 09:28:39  
The machine shop is looking like the only option. I'm torn between the cost of fixing it and the value of the machine. They're not worth anything because A) they're out of business, B) not too many people have even heard of Hahn, and C) the parts are literally depleted. In the 4 years I've been collecting them have never found a new part for them anywhere. In fact, every snow giant I have ever found I bought. I have 3 but had 4. The one I sold was really really old and was just a pain in my A$$. Wouldn't run for crap no matter what. Tank was full of rust, no throttle control, so I sold it and had just the one and 2 others found me. The first one I ever got my father Inlaw gave me because he couldn't start it and the role kept pulling out of his hand. I rebuilt the carb, put new points and condenser in, new spark plug and it starts in 2-3 pulls after sitting all summer. I'm no Hahn expert but that one is the 3rd newest model I had. The one I sold was the oldest one I've ever seen, the one I picked up over the weekend I would say is older than the one my father in law gave me but newer than the one I sold. It has throttle and speed control but the chute oscillator is a string on a rod to spin. The one I need the axle for is actually a late model when Gravely had Hahn as it has a Gravely model tag on it even. As far as I can tell all the other Hahn snowblowers use the same axle but that one because the others are driven by a friction wheel and the Gravely one is gearbox driven by a chain and sprocket to the axle. I actually found another twin to the one I just got last weekend I'm going to get this weekend. Then I'll have 4 again. The twins have Briggs motors and I'm Leary about them probably because the first one I had was a Briggs and that's the one that ran like garbage no matter what I did. My others are Tecumseh motors and they run great. All the time. I have an MTD Snowflite 5/24 I picked up out for trash and the guy said he's sick of it. The belt won't stay on. The idler pulley was locked up so for $22 for the pulley and belt I have that one too, also a Tecumseh motor. Thanks for the help guys!

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