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01-18-2014 01:50 PM
ToroGuy Got an answer....it doesn't matter if it's left, right or upside down it's all the same just like donnyboy says above. Thanks guys!
01-18-2014 12:18 AM
dbert Not sure about a Toro but donnyboy says it doesn't matter at about the 6 minute mark.
01-17-2014 10:01 PM
Shryp I have seen this question come up a few times in the past few years and I don't ever recall anyone having an answer. Good luck.

Can you put it together and leave one half of the gearbox off and visual check the meshing of the gears and see if one direction is way off?
01-17-2014 09:47 PM
ToroGuy
Worm Gear Direction?

Hi Guys,

In the middle of replacing my Toro 521 worm gear and there are no markings as per the service manuals on the gear itself regarding direction. Is there a correct side in which the brass gear should be set on the auger shaft? Don't want to mess this up!

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