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post #1 of 11 Old 10-25-2015, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Honda Hybred HSM1336IC auger gearbox parts partnumber

Robert, perhaps you could help me find a part number. I don't own one of these (I wish), but I noticed it has the same gearbox as my 30 year old machine. I have one auger shaft oil seal that is leaking just a little and since the gearbox is currently out for other reasons I should probably fix it before I put it back in.
I was re-watching this youtube video and around the 2:45 mark you can see the auger gearbox is the same as mine (except black).
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Robert will probably be able to give the numbers. In the mean time, maybe this would help.

Honda Power Equipment - Parts Look Up - Official Site

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Can you post the model and serial nomber of the blower, maybe others can help you locate the seal.

You can also look in here for your model

All Years HS1336I A Honda Snowblower AUGER TRANSMISSION Diagram and Parts
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Perfect.
Thanks Bruce and hsbfan.
I'd looked but was unable to locate a parts breakdown for that machine. Again, thanks.
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Can you post the model and serial number of the blower, maybe others can help you locate the seal.
I respectfully don't think it will help. LMC 9ST s/n 0001
It was made in Japan by a company called Wado and imported to north america in the mid eighties.
Just because I find it interesting, they made this machine (below) for Honda also around the same time. I'm not aware of any of these making their way out of Japan.

I just happened to recognize the auger gearbox in the video up in the first post of this newer Honda as being the same as these older ones and thought it may be easier to locate a part number.

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Understood dbert,
If your search on the HS1336i does not work, you can always take measurements of the seal OD-ID and width and you can very well get it match up at a parts store like Napa. (working with vintage cars on occasions we have to go this route).
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Here's the auger gearbox parts listing from Honda's parts site:

Honda Power Equipment - Parts Look Up - Official Site

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I'm in Logan and just picked up my 1336 last week. If it helps you're welcome to take a look at it.
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I'm in Logan and just picked up my 1336 last week. If it helps you're welcome to take a look at it.
Nice. It has to be the most awesome snow blower money can buy today.
Ironically...
I'm working on a 30 year old machine that came from your town. LMC stands for Logan Machine Company. They were big players back in the day in snow coach manufacturing. They changed names a few times before they dissipated. Thiakol/DMC/LMC.
This auger gearbox is bullet proof. 500 hours on the snow blower and there is almost zero backlash.
I'm not surprised that Honda is using on their modern top of the line stuff.

Hers a link to a (long) thread about my $75 machine that was waiting for parts but is now getting closer to operating.
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...nowblower.html
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That's quite a project, I never knew they made any sort of snowblowers. As a kid I remember driving by the plant and seeing all the snow cats sitting outside. I remember they were located at 2500 N. Main. We live a couple of miles East of there.
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Perfect.
Thanks Bruce and hsbfan.
I'd looked but was unable to locate a parts breakdown for that machine. Again, thanks.

I respectfully don't think it will help. LMC 9ST s/n 0001
It was made in Japan by a company called Wado and imported to north america in the mid eighties.
Just because I find it interesting, they made this machine (below) for Honda also around the same time. I'm not aware of any of these making their way out of Japan.

I just happened to recognize the auger gearbox in the video up in the first post of this newer Honda as being the same as these older ones and thought it may be easier to locate a part number.
How are the end of the augers supported on the auger housing?
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