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post #1 of 9 Old 12-07-2015, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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Wanted: 304133MA sprocket (x2)

Looking for some chain sprockets for my 1989 Craftsman 536.885900 snowblower. Part # 304133MA

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post #2 of 9 Old 12-07-2015, 02:34 PM
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Did you try partstree.com. or E-bay.com

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$145.73 for one on partstree.com. Found them for ~$80 each elsewhere. There were some old listings on eBay for ~$45 each, but they're over now.
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Post a picture of the machine and your area. Someone local may be able to help. If its a gray machine. I might have it.
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Here's a picture of the snowblower and one of the sprockets in question.
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For anyone else in need of these, waterlooboy2hp (John) pointed me in the right direction. Found these:
http://www.fremontindustrialsupply.c...free-shipping/

They're just a tiny bit larger in diameter (0.05") and a bit shorter (1/8"). They have a keyway and set screw so I'll need to drill out a hole on the other side as I need to run a bolt all the way through.
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Yea, was going to say get something real close from a go kart or mini bike supply place.

Sprockets for Go Karts & Mini Bikes | Go Kart & Mini Bike Parts | MFG Supply

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It's amazing what you can charge for a gear welded to a chunk of pipe. Seems from what I could find the 80 buck price is a steal. Most were well over $120 for just the one. !!

Glad you found something reasonable you can make fit.

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Hi, I have every part for your 8/26 Trac-Drive Craftsman. PM me (although I am not sure I have rights to PM back yet), or text/call me at 269-340-1848 if you need anything more for your machine.
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