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post #1 of 24 Old 03-29-2017, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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need help from the guys with parts here

Pulled apart the craftsman 8.5/26 and discovered the impeller is pretty badly bent up and wondered if anyone has one in the parts bin for sale. Model number is 536.886190 and if needed the impeller number is 760194E701MA hoping to find one cheap but let me know what you have. 9" diameter.

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Have a Complete Auger from a Green Craftsman 9-29 $50 and it's Yours. PM if interested
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Good deal but does that one have the 9" impeller, I have one of the green ones too but this is a large framed. Not sure which model you have but this is the green one I have next to the one I am in the process of fixing, If you have the same green one I may be contacting you when I get to that one LOL This is the 8.5hp 26". Let me know what you have and if it's what I need I may be going on a road trip this weekend to visit you LOL.
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Have the Green One.
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thank you anyway, will try to straiten this one out, Worst case I'll cut some welds and flatted the steel then have a friend weld it back but hopefully I find one, Got this one free and it runs and drives great, but now I think I know why it was given away, back plate has a good bend in it when the blade bent. Would have been nice to visit another member and see the shop. A lot of great people here.

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I might have what you need. I'll take a look tonight and PM you.
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That would be great, have a few leads but don't have one yet LOL I will be rebuilding the gearbox it seems also, Gear doesn't seem stripped but the auger shaft can be wobbled quit badly so the bushings are more than likely blown and will put new seals in while I am there. Exact same gearbox and I had to rebuild last craftsman I sold too so familiar with the parts breakdown on it. Well anyhow here is the damaged one, Seems someone are something pretty solid with this one, This is pretty thick metal too.
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That would be great, have a few leads but don't have one yet LOL I will be rebuilding the gearbox it seems also, Gear doesn't seem stripped but the auger shaft can be wobbled quit badly so the bushings are more than likely blown and will put new seals in while I am there. Exact same gearbox and I had to rebuild last craftsman I sold too so familiar with the parts breakdown on it. Well anyhow here is the damaged one, Seems someone are something pretty solid with this one, This is pretty thick metal too.
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can that be straightened with heat?

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That can be be bent back, no heat nessesary. Sturdy vise and a big hammer.

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That can be be bent back, no heat nessesary. Sturdy vise and a big hammer.
It can be straightened by hand, but heat is better IMO. Heat releases tension on the metal so it's less likely to tear while straightening it out. A good Mapp or oxy-acetylene will likely heat the metal enough.
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