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Small 8 tooth on hex shaft of 536885910 8/26 tracker. I broke it via boneheaded/oldheimers fumbling.
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And? Complaining? Confessing? Crying? Whining? Advice? Need one of us to fix it? Lol

Brave honest man to admit to this, BUT you did not tell us the foolhardy thing you did to break it. Were you removing the hex shaft to replace the friction disk?

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I'm not pulling up anything other than what you already know, NLA and no substitute

Weld and grind the old one ?? Track down a parts machine ?? Maybe a member like Jackmels has one laying around and can help ?? Machine shop to have one made ??

Part #57 up near the top right in diagram.

And thank you for including numbers. It's so much easier when folks give us something to work with.
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It's a Murray made for Sears. Adding the "MA" at the end of the part number didn't help.

This should be a partial list of possible donor machines if it comes to that.

536886500 23 In Snowblower
536885910 Snowblower
536885900 26" Snowblower
C950524758 Snowblower 5 Hp
C950524759 Snowblower
536884800 23" Snow Thrower
536884810 23" Snow Thrower
536886520 Snowblower
C950-52475-8 Snowblower
C950-52475-9 Snowblower
536884811 Snowblower

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I'm thinking of sweating it on shaft w brass or silver solder. A nice clean break that fits together. I put it on here just to see before making repair attempt. In the past I've had luck finding discontinued bike parts from several places around the country. I guess no one does that w this stuff. Certainly not a disaster as not much invested in beast. I'll keep surfing for a while.
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I think I can help you out, send me a pm.
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Rescued!

Thanks to Sidegrinder my foul up is going to be fixed!
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