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WANTED-drift breaker gearcases

craftsman 10-32
these are a picture of the cases I need, mine are broken,
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Thanks to anyone for info or help..
Model # 536####209 middle numbers worn away, don't even know how many numbers belong in it...
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post #2 of 9 Old 12-01-2014, 06:55 PM
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Are those yours? What is wrong with them? They don't look broken.

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nope those aren't broke,
mine are,,, those are what I need.
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Are the 10/32 gearboxes interchangeable from the other drift breakers?
Like the 7/26 & the 8/26's?
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the 726 ones should fit the 826 because they are the same machine with the only difference being the engine. not sure about the 1032
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I'm hopeing someone knows if others fit, would make my search easier..
thanks to anyone having something that fits...
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Harley, its a couple hours drive for you, but there is a large "garden tractor and snowblower graveyard" in Seneca Falls NY,
Paul Jackson Mower, 2988 US Route 20, Seneca Falls, NY 13148

I havent been out back yet, but I have a photo of the front here:
http://gold.mylargescale.com/scottyc...tml#question10

Aerial photo of Paul Jacksons:
Bing Maps - Driving Directions, Traffic and Road Conditions

They have *acres* of parts machines out back..I want to go and just wander around!
I dont know if they let people out back to look around themselves or not..but its worth a phone call at least.

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WOW!!!
That Jacksons sure has a lot of stuff.
Thanks sscotsman for all the info.
I know if I went there I wouldn't have enuff money nor a big enuff truck to haul what I'd want away,,, WOW!! there's a lot of stuff there.
Got their number an will contact them..
Thanks again..
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parts found bought and installed--YAYYYYY!!!
ok--Oldman winter lookout!!!!
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