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Tracked 95' MTD snowblower drive shaft problem


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12-21-08, 12:14 PM   #1  
Tracked 95' MTD snowblower drive shaft problem

I have a 95' MTD tracked two stage 26" snowblower, Model #315E740F352 S/N #1H154380026, that stopped moving this morning. I have checked the belt, OK, presure plate, OK, rubber on friction wheel, OK, Chain going to drive shaft, OK. When I block it up and run it I can see where everything up to the main drive shaft for the tracks turns when engaged. When I force the tracks to turn, the chains and main drive shaft turn. I think the problem is where the main drive chain sprocket is attached to the main drive shaft. I can see a roll pin sticking out both sides of the sprocket collar where it should be attached to the drive shaft. Does anyone have a blow up/expanded print of this shaft so I can see how the spocket and shaft should be attached? Any other suggestions would also be helpful. Thanks

 
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12-21-08, 12:36 PM   #2  
Go here:
MTD Corporate :: Homepage
click on "parts & accessories"
same on next page
type in your model number
click "illustrated parts list"
then from the list, click on the section you want to see
you can also enlarge the image

 
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