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auger paddle

Looking for auger paddle for a 5-H.P. 22 2 stage craftsman . This is mom.s snow blower which she likes it,s in good condition , but the problem is that the auger paddle are no longer available. I have heard of people cutting their own, just checking on any other ideas.I need to clarify some info this is a non driven 2 stage snowblower, the auger in the front has rubber on them like a single stage would have hopefully that helps model # 536884781 there you will find a parts diagram on the auger assembly hopefully that will help

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If the auger paddles are NLA, try watching a few videos on how to make then, get some material and custom make your own.

You can make them out of old tires as the video shows (I won't recommend that, but will be an inexpensive option), or you can buy some conveyor belt or baler belt and make them out of it.

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Hi JBC,

Could the rubber on the auger be a modification that someone had made in the past? I found the diagram to your snow blower on the Sears web site and I don't see any rubber on the auger.
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Could the rubber on the auger be a modification that someone had made in the past? I found the diagram to your snow blower on the Sears web site and I don't see any rubber on the auger.
This would be like the one the OP is referring to.... (since it is not self propelled it needs rubber auger paddles to "drive" it just like a single stage. I believe Ariens also made a model like this).

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have you checked ebay or amazon for some after market paddles, a buddy of mine said he had new paddles put on his

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That is something i will check into , Any suggestions on a quick way of removing rivets besides drilling ?
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did you're friend find some that my particular make
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It is original the rubber on the auger is what makes it move, any ideas on removing rivets besides drilling ?
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any idea an the age range of this machine , Question i have looked at owners manual about the gear box servicing not able to find any info in the maintenance section i pulled the bolt out it has grease looks like white lithium do you ever add more any suggestions on recommend grease
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It is original the rubber on the auger is what makes it move, any ideas on removing rivets besides drilling ?
Grind the heads off and drive them out with a punch and a hammer. Careful not to bend the auger.
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