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HOW TO REPLACE Snowblower Drive axle Bushings

Written By: Snow Blowing Man - Aug• 04•11

HOW TO REPLACE Snowblower Drive axle Bushings. A fairly simple job anyone can do.

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6 Comments

  1. donyboy73 says:

    @bitborne23 you have to heat the axle with acetylene torch, remove the tire first

  2. bitborne23 says:

    How do YOU get a stubborn rusted wheel off?

  3. motorhead1 says:

    I think its important to clean the shafts before installing the new bushing. You don’t want the dirt/metal particles on the shaft to get lodged between the shaft and the bushing and wear down the new bushing when the shaft turns.

  4. jonimal says:

    This video was awesome for me. I replaced the axle key which fell off that holds the main drive gear on. I cleaned up all the parts inside with gasoline and put it all back together again. I did not have to call my big brother once!

  5. donyboy73 says:

    because the axle gets loose and puts undue pressure on other parts

  6. Smallgasengine1 says:

    why do you need to replace the bushing for?

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