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Powersmart 27" snowblower parts.

Hello all,
Go ahead make fun of me but I bought a Powersmart 27" snowblower. Couldn't really beat the price. I am replacing my 1 stage MTD 21". My main question is and I should have looked before I bought it but where to obtain parts? Only thing I have found was they want you to call customer service for some parts. I tried to Google the part numbers but to no luck. Not sure if there is an actual website or just have to call into customer service. I would just like to keep some spare parts that are prone to breaking on hand.
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Guess you will have to call customer service and ask what they have. My guess is that the parts warehouse sites won't have much if anything you need for that brand.

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Home Depot carries a limited supply of parts for PowerSmart machines. Grab a few shear pins and you should be good for a few years. If you are really worried, you may want to grab a spare belt. I think your machine uses a 885mm belt.


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For parts website, visit http://parts.powersmartusa.com/index.php

Type the desired part number (from your manual) into the search box and click on the magnifying glass icon.

If you do not have the manual, see if Home Depot sells the model you have and if they do then scroll down to "Product Overview" and you will find the manual to the right under "Info & Guides". If desired, right click and save the linked PDF files so you have them.

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