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Toro Snow Blower Nut-Lock, Ni
PartSelect Number PS8953555
Manufacturer Part Number 3296-42
This Ni Nut-Lock, or Nylock Nut, is a Silver 1/4 x 20 metal nut. Sold individually, it can be adjusted using a wrench or socket and torque wrench to the manufacturer specfications, and is used to secure the sheer pin in place, on the impeller assembly. These nuts are a one-time use part due to their locking mechanism. You'll know the nut has broken when it appears to have damaged threads or rounded off edges. Customers found this to be an easy repair.
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Toro Snow Blower Bulb-Primer
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PartSelect Number PS9056413
Manufacturer Part Number 66-7460
This manufacturer-certified Primer Bulb is a black rubber part which comes individually sold. It is used to pump fuel from the fuel tank to the carburetor to start the engine. Installation is rated as "Easy" by customers, and will require a screwdriver and pliers. The part attaches to the primer assembly. If the bulb breaks due to wear/fatigue/damage you will see fuel leaking, and the part should be replaced. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to ensure this is the correct part.
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Toro Snow Blower Ring-Retaining
PartSelect Number PS8950132
Manufacturer Part Number 32151-61
This metal retaining ring, otherwise known as a snap ring, holds parts in place in your lawn equipment, such as blades, shafts, pulleys, or other rotating components, to prevent them from sliding off or shifting. A broken ring may be warped, cracked, or have missing sections. You can tell if it is damaged when the components in your machine are wobbly or falling off. To remove a retaining ring, you will need a pair of needle-nose pliers or lock/snap ring pliers that fit into the grooves of the ring. By using the pliers to release the tension on the ring, you can carefully slide it off the machine. Consult your user manual for instructions on the removal process and to confirm how many rings your machine will need. This replacement part is sold individually and is produced by the original equipment manufacturer so that it precisely fits your machine.
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Toro Snow Blower Body-Primer
PartSelect Number PS8971120
Manufacturer Part Number 44-2750
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Toro Snow Blower Right Hand Hanger Bracket
PartSelect Number PS11804775
Manufacturer Part Number 131-4138
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Toro Snow Blower Nut-Lock, Ni
PartSelect Number PS9276436
Manufacturer Part Number 3296-29
The Ni Lock Nut (Nylock Nut) is a Silver, 5/16x18, individually sold metal nut. It can be adjusted and replaced using a wrench or socket and torque wrench to the manufacturer specfications, and is used to secure the sheer pin in place on the augur. These nuts are a one time use part due to their locking mechanism. You'll know the nut has broken because the augur will not spin, and this is when the part should be replaced. Customers found this to be an easy repair.
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Toro Snow Blower Key-Bail
PartSelect Number PS16665377
Manufacturer Part Number 139-5255
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Toro Snow Blower Chute-Discharge
PartSelect Number PS11804809
Manufacturer Part Number 133-5590
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Toro Snow Blower Motor-Starter
PartSelect Number PS9143572
Manufacturer Part Number 801410
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Toro Snow Blower Blade-Rotor
PartSelect Number PS9181015
Manufacturer Part Number 99-9313
This rotor blade, also known as an auger or a paddle, is a rotating component located in the rotor assembly of your snowblower. It drags snow along the ground and pushes it through the chute for discharge. Additionally, it serves to protect the snowblower housing. The blade typically has indicator holes near the paddle edges, and if it has worn beyond these holes, it is time for a replacement. You may also notice reduced snow-throwing distance or snow being blown into the machine and coming back out. To remove this blade, you will need a wrench set, a torx bit, and a screwdriver. You may have to remove surrounding screws to access the rotor blade. Detach the blade rotor by removing the spacers at its center. Ensure to check the condition of the mounting bolts for rust, as reusing them may be challenging during the repair. This rubber OEM replacement part is sold separately from the rotors and the necessary hardware for securing it to your machine.

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