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Toror Snowblower model 826 OE


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01-07-15, 06:49 AM   #1  
Toror Snowblower model 826 OE

Hi, Just purchased a new Toror blower, have used it twice. It seems like the traction drive is only supplying power to the left wheel. Wondering if anyone has experience with this machine or knows if this condition is normal. Thanks !

 
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01-07-15, 07:25 AM   #2  
There is a pin or a bolt that must go through the wheel assy & the axle for the wheel to be driven. Compare the side that works to the side that doesn't. Often the pin will be moved to make it easer to move the machine in the garage.

 
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01-07-15, 07:35 AM   #3  
Sounds to me like the right wheel is free-wheeling. Easiest way is to stand it up on its nose, I'd bet the right one has the pin in the outside hole. Much easier to move it around the garage that way.

If so, pull the pin out and put it through the rim and through the inside hole. Look at the other side, you'll see the difference.

Edit: someone types faster than I do.

 
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01-08-15, 10:23 AM   #4  
Thanks Guys ! I will check into that.

 
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