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Yamaha Ys624T impeller needed

Got YS624T which runs and moves fine, but does not throw snow properly, only about 5 feet.

Disassembled the blower and found the culprit, the impeller is badly damaged, all fins are bent almost 45 degrees back. I can't imagine what the previous owner tried to blow, but that is not snow related damage?

Will replace all three bearings at the same time, now that the blower is disassembled. Also changing oil to forward auger gears.

Anyone got a used but ok spare for reasonable price? Keeping in mind that I live in Finland, so shipping and customs clearance and VAT will add to the value of the item?

I don't have any equipment to mend the part

IF you have the part for reasonable price, please PM me.
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Welcome to SBF blackis. I think your impeller is fixable with common hand tools if you try. I would remove the impeller and place each blade on a thick block of wood and use a BIG hammer to straighten them out. After straightening, if the space between the impeller tips and the auger housing is more than 1/4" (8mm) I would add an impeller kit that is commonly used by members on this forum.


Also check your shear pins and make sure the auger belt is good to eliminate them as the reason for the machines poor performance.

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There's a couple of them for sale on ebay, this seller in particular will ship worldwide:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Impeller-7K...ry!02052!US!-1

The other one for sale appears to be in much better shape (but it's USA only). Maybe find a friend in the US that would send it to Finland for you?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Yamaha-YS62...4AAOSw~vNb~xJP

Additionally, there was talk that the impeller from the new YT624 may fit because they both have a 20mm shaft diameter, but the new impeller is $400.


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Welcome to SBF blackis. I think your impeller is fixable with common hand tools if you try. I would remove the impeller and place each blade on a thick block of wood and use a BIG hammer to straighten them out. After straightening, if the space between the impeller tips and the auger housing is more than 1/4" (8mm) I would add an impeller kit that is commonly used by members on this forum.


Also check your shear pins and make sure the auger belt is good to eliminate them as the reason for the machines poor performance.
I removed the impeller as to asses the damage. As you can see even the base of the impeller is bent. One of the spot welded additional plates on the bottom has 2 spot welds opened.

Can't imagine what the previous owner was trying to throw, I don't think snow.

You really think I could salvage this with a hammer?

I would like to get qoute of the YT624 impellers price. I just can't find any parts catalogues for that blower online, and my local seller Yamaha seller says they can't find parts for YT624. Does anyone here know the impellers part number?
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If a new/used impeller can't be found for what you consider a reasonable price, I personally would be beating that one back into shape because I like the challenge. A 4 pound sledge hammer, blocks of wood, a piece of steel bar to get into corners, a good pair of work gloves and probably a propane torch would do it. The welds could be repaired by anyone you know with a welder.


Have you checked the auger gear box for any damage? I can't imagine what twisted the impeller and not break something more sacrificial.


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If a new/used impeller can't be found for what you consider a reasonable price, I personally would be beating that one back into shape because I like the challenge. A 4 pound sledge hammer, blocks of wood, a piece of steel bar to get into corners, a good pair of work gloves and probably a propane torch would do it. The welds could be repaired by anyone you know with a welder.


Have you checked the auger gear box for any damage? I can't imagine what twisted the impeller and not break something more sacrificial.


Good luck.
No problem on the augers, they rotate well. Gonna change the oil before putting it together, of course
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Got the part number for YT624 impeller. For anyone intrested, it is 7T0-R1635-00
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