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Husky friction wheel wanted

Looking for Husqvarna Friction Wheel p/n 531002506 or a supplier.

for Husq 1030.


How to determine if this was built by MTD or AYP??

please reply to [email protected]
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doubtful that is a real email address.


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Parts tree says unavailable...that why I don't like Husky blowers.....
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I'll bet I can come with a suitable replacement, if he'd post a picture of his snowblower.


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I’m looking for the same thing. Mine is a 1996 ST1030e. These blowers were actually built by Husqvarna and not MTD or AYP which makes parts impossible to find anymore. It’s a shame, I’ve had this blower since it was new and have never had an issue with it until now and it was used commercially for a few years. I will try to upload a picture tomorrow.
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doubtful that is a real email address.



It appears you are right DB'.....


Mail server found for domain:
- mail.protonmail.ch (priority 10, ip address: 185.70.40.101) Mailserver identification:
mail22i.protonmail.ch ESMTP Postfix

Unknown response from mail server (status code: 554)
5.7.1 <[email protected]>: Recipient address rejected: this address does not exist




protomail.ch would place the server in Switzerland. But there is no such mailbox at that mail server.


I'm guessing it's a typo, and he meant "gmail" instead of "gail".......



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Made by Husqvarna but they should share some parts with the 80s/90s Yamaha YS624/YS828 models.

I'm willing to bet the Yamaha friction wheels would work.... but the Yamaha friction wheel is.... are you ready? Over 100 dollars!


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If you search by images on google by 1996 Husqvarna ST1030e you will see a black and white image of your blower.....says husqvarna.com. Pulls up a parts list.



From that I got 531-00-25-06 and then by searching that number I only found this place:


https://powermowersales.com/53100250...WHEEL-FRICTION


Hope it helps.
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I don't know if this will help or not. I had an older Craftsman unit that needed a friction wheel and one was not available. I found one for a Toro that was dimensionally correct but had differing mounting holes and center hole. A little time on a lathe opening up the center hole and redrilling the mounting holes made it usable.
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