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Snow blower Wheels

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I was checking out the tractor and blower after the last snow.And discovered one of the skids was busted, and found a crack in the housing behind the right skid mount.Great!!After a couple cups of coffee and the Honey Do list complete,out to the garage I went.After welding the crack,I decided to try a easy wheel setup.Having a gravel drive,I made sure I had about 3/4" of clearnce to stay out of the stones.To make a long story short,we woke up to 8" of wet snow yesterday morning.And it worked great.

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Thanks John.It was so easy.2 old mower deck wheels.A piece of threaded rod through the brace,and ran a nut up tight on each side.Just enough weld on the nut and brace to hold it.Then more nuts and washers for spacers to get the wheels away from the housing and 2 locknuts for the wheels.

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