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post #1 of 15 Old 06-03-2014, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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Impeller Wanted -1501188E701

Does any body have a used impeller for a Craftsman(Murray) model #536.881800, its an 8hp, 27 in. The part number is 1501188E701 or 1501188E701MA
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Is yours that far gone that it can't be repaired?
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Is yours that far gone that it can't be repaired?
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The person I bought it off of, bent the heck out of it. The base plate is bent as well as one of the fingers. And I don't have access to a press, to try and straighten it out.




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a hammer and a welder welder would fix that, its totally fixable
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a hammer and a welder welder would fix that, its totally fixable
+1 on being repairable. A large hammer and some 4x4 wood blocks should straighten it out. Since it is bent, I would also make sure the correct shear pins were\are installed in the future. Checking the auger gear box teeth would also be advisable before NEXT winter.

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those have a brass gear right?
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It looks repairable to me also. When you finish straightening it, try to balance it. You might be able to put it on one of those lawn mower blade ballancers. I use a couple of 1/4" ball bearings and one or two bronze bearing sleeves, and a 1/4" rod, or a long shank 1/4 " drill clamped in a vice. It takes some time, but it can be quite accurate.
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Here's a side view of how bent it is. I only have a Mapp gas torch. I may try tomorrow, to see if I can get it hot enough to bend back.
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Put it on a concrete floor, and you should be able to hit that high spot on the back plate of the impeller. Once it starts to flatten out, put some hard wood [oak,mahogany] under on ether side of the high spot to complete the job. It doesn't have to be perfect, but it should be very close. You will need a 3 or 4 pound hammer to do it easier.
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Sorry, I did not read post #3. I just wrote more of the same.
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