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I have a Toro Snow Commander that I purchased new in 2001. Absolutely love that machine. Certain parts are now unavailable. Hoping to find some squirreled away NOS or good used parts to keep this unit functional. It's been a very reliable machine with only normal repair parts needing replacement. Really appreciate the existence of this forum! Currently looking for replacement wheel assembly #100-9864 which are the "bogey" wheels under the impeller assembly.

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post #2 of 6 Old 11-09-2019, 02:12 PM
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Are these wheels driven or simply carrier wheels?


Short of ebay or craigs list the only thing I can think of is substituting a pair of wheels from tractor supply.
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The wheel is available from several sources
https://www.google.com/search?q=100-9864

1986 Toro 524 (Predator 212 Hemi, Impeller Mod.)
1997 Toro 724
1997 Toro 824 Power Throw XL
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