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Old 11-11-13, 09:20 PM
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What would be almost as helpful as the good information offered is if the original poster had the courtesy to post what did or didn't work out for them so someone coming along later could benefit from their experience without guessing or running into more problems than having a dead machine already present.

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I'm here because I need a replacement and now I have to research the numbers to find out what might work on mine.
Thank you to the folks who supplied help.
54425, 54423MA and northerntool 13851 were all "dead" numbers in the places I tried.

The 9517MA mentioned is not drilled through. It's for the auger and the shaft sits in it but doesn't go through it like we need for the wheel drive axle.
 

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Old 11-11-13, 09:31 PM
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I'm here because I need a replacement and now I have to research the numbers to find out what might work on mine.
Thank you to the folks who supplied help.
54425, 54423MA and northerntool 13851 were all "dead" numbers in the places I tried.

Anyone with one of the old three stage snow blowers know where to source the bushing the drive wheel axle rides on ????
 
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Just a shot in the dark since there's no picture of what your bearing looks like or model # or the machine it goes on.
54423,L&S Bearing 54423 Seal
 
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Old 11-12-13, 11:43 AM
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It's a craftsman 3 stage snowblower 10hp/32" Model # 536.918900 Code # 3280
The original part is a surface mount bushing with three holes on a 2" circle, mounted in a hole that is 1 3/4" and the drive shaft is 3/4"
I figure I can put in a bearing that mounts to the outside as I have plenty of room between the frame and wheel and just use washers between the "knobs" on the shaft that used to hold against the bushings to shim the drive gear into position.
Would be nice to fine the original if possible.
 
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