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Jacobsen Imperial 26 Need help finding parts.

I have inherited an older model Imperial 26 by Jacobsen Model 52628.
I can't seem to locate the .750 inch ID oiled bronze axle bushings anywhere.( #352023). I also need the roller bearings (# 343470 ) that go on the .625 inch shaft that the Pinion and Sprocket Assembly rotates on. (one piece toothed gear drive that the traction chain goes on.) They are .625 ID and .750 OD .

Can anyone help please.
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IF you've tried all the .com sites and ebay you might try these guys. Only place I could find the plastic axle bushings for my old 1032 DriftBreaker.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...ub8VP98IY0lLYA

Do you have a link to where you found the part numbers ??

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Here's info on the needle bearing I found when I needed one for mine.
I had to buy a rod at a box store and cut it to size and drill it to replace the shaft. Only one I could find was over $60 plus shipping.

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum/jacobsen/20273-rebuilding-jacobsen-626-needle-bearing-numbers-343470-a.html


Edit: just read my own post and apparently I wasn't able to find the bushings back in Apr. 2014. Do you have a photo of them ?? I can't get to mine right now. Might have to get a .750 bushing from something else and make it fit ??
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I have an imperial 26. I used the motor for a toro and the wheels and tires just got traded away. I have the rest of the machine. I will try to get the model and set number tonight.

Everything worked fine. Handles were all bent up and the bucket was knocked out of square but it still ran , drove and threw snow. I can check the condition of those parts tomorrow.

However it might be a good idea to find if they are generic sizes. Future repairs or to use new ones instead of other 40 year old ones even if they are in great shape.
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I think I may have found one wheel axle bushing.

1 Homelite Mower Brass Bushing 352053 New | eBay



Looks like it might be something I'll need to have drilled or bored out to take a sleeve.
I was thinking it was just a fairly normal axle bushing but this sucker gets bolted between two keepers and against the transmission body.

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I probably have what you need, it's just a matter of finding it. If you could by chance post some pics, it would help too. Also, bronze bushing were used on the older jackshaft pinion/sprocket assemblies before needle bearings. You could always switch back for convenience. Im sure they would last a fews years before wear would become an issue.
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I have a model 52625. The jacks shaft bearings/bushings spin perfectly smooth. The axle bushings seem good. A very small amount of play, maybe 1/32 or a touch more. Even with that when you move the axle nothing gets even a tiny bit out of line. I have driven this blower under power within the last year or so. No drive issues at all.
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let me know if you cant find the .625 bearing. I got it somewhere but am too lazy to look it up if you don't reply
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