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Gearbox. Identity

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tugman

02-21-2021 12:35:46




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Can anyone tell me what make this gearbox is?
This is on a Hanson 6 foot rear mounted blower pto driven that I changed over to a front mounted hydraulic driven unit .

Best of all it works great 👍, lot's of modifications of course :D
The numbers on the gearbox are upside-down as that's how it's mounted
numbers are 303496 ( I think 🤔 )









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tugman

02-28-2021 01:38:59




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 Re: Gearbox. Identity in reply to tugman, 02-21-2021 12:35:46  
So as of today still not sure of the make of the gearbox, however a rep at dodge thinks it may be one of their reducers.
The gearbox itself is in fine shape I just wanted to know if parts or higher/lower ranges were available if needed.
As it turns out I don't need to change anything at all, I am in the same operating range (rpm wise) as the new blowers of different makes.
I may change from the closed flight augers to the open flight style and increase the diameter of them if need be.
The open flights are much more efficient and effective at breaking up the snow and use less power, but I'm waiting for more snow to test it in.
I'll post more as things progress....

A picture of everything painted 🎨

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tugman

02-22-2021 16:58:13




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 Re: Gearbox. Identity in reply to tugman, 02-21-2021 12:35:46  
Thank you for your reply, I had done the same search and have that file.
I have a local shop now trying to figure out the mystery so hopefully something, will turn up soon.
Thanks again :)



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centerplate

02-22-2021 06:44:54




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 Re: Gearbox. Identity in reply to tugman, 02-21-2021 12:35:46  
I did a google search and cam up with this.

https://www.snowvac.com/Manual/SnowVac_Manual_work.pdf

The company gave a parts breakdown but no name of the gear box manufacturer.



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