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TORO 8/32 part needed

I am in need of an impeller for a Toro 832 snowblower. Let me know what you have available.
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I am in need of an impeller for a Toro 832 snowblower. Let me know what you have available.
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Now that I have it apart, someone had changed the one of the shear bolts with a stainless bolt that didn't shear and it looks like the impeller digested a brick at one point. The back of the impeller has been rubbing so long that in one place (at a blade mounting point) it is paper thin. I could put hours in to it trying to repair it or find a decent used impeller and take the hit.
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Now that I have it apart, someone had changed the one of the shear bolts with a stainless bolt that didn't shear and it looks like the impeller digested a brick at one point. The back of the impeller has been rubbing so long that in one place (at a blade mounting point) it is paper thin. I could put hours in to it trying to repair it or find a decent used impeller and take the hit.
TORO does not use those sheer pins only grade 5 or stainless steel bolts. the impeller bearing and the bent impeller threw it out of phase. which caused the wear.. I had the same issue with mine. I will make a call Monday and PM YOU WITH THE FINDINGS.: eek:

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The replacement impeller has been located, procured, and installed. Thanks go to "Powershift93" for the help in locating it.
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Jerry, you should toss up some photos of the damaged one. It's always interesting to see what people run across.

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