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I need a washer

That's what the parts list calls it. I'd tend to call it a thrust washer but there are no bearings involved. This washer sits on the end of the auger driveshaft where it fits into the auger shaft bushing. 1" bore(i.d.) x 1.31 to about 1.375 (max o.d.) and can be from .035 to .075" thick. Does anyone have one or 2 or know where I can get one. This is for my old NOMA. Thanks and regards, Woody
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Have you tried a hardware or big box store ??

Fastenal https://www.fastenal.com/

Whats the part number ??

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I use McMaster.com
McMaster-Carr stocks nearly everything and ships anywhere.

FYI Standard round shims with 1" ID normally have a 1-1/2" OD.

Will 1-1/2 OD Work?

Also Tractor Supplly, Sears Hardware, and Ace Hardware, along with Home Depot and Lowes usually sell Hillman brand spacer shims where they have bolts and nuts.
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I may have one. I will check in the morning.
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I may have one. I will check in the morning.
Wow! Been a long time since we've seen you on here, td. Happy you droppd in.

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Yes it has been a long time. The last year and a half or so has been real busy. I liked trying to give my useless 2 cents but all the time I had to do it has been so filled with repairs that time is being used up. Can't complain since a possible plan is to retire and have the side gig of machine repairs take up slack. I only do word of mouth recommendations but it has grown more than I expected. I don't even buy broken machines to flip anymore. Between repairs and then garden tilling in the spring and 3 kids there isn't much time left.

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Have you tried a hardware or big box store ??

Fastenal https://www.fastenal.com/

Whats the part number ??

Yes. So far all outside diameters are too big.
Part number for what it's worth is 50748. This is for a Canada made NOMA from the '90's.

YEP, 1-1/2" - 1-9/16 OD" is what I find also. I guess, in spite of not having a machine shop in the barn, I'm going to figure out a way to spin down the OD a touch to make it fit.
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Hey I checked this morning. I only have 1 1/2 OD left.

My local hardware store is decent. I get of work at 7 am and I will stop there on the way home to see what they have. I know the have a box assortment of machines shims.

I will post my findings right away so I don't hold you up.

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No luck. Same 1-1/2 OD shims.

It would take some smoothing or sanding after but if you have a good pipe cutter and a brass or steel 1 in threaded pipe you could cut shims out of it. I know 1 inch steel thread pipe is 1-1/4 OD.
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Just grind it down a little, only the ID matters, it will fit after a while, clean off any burrs.
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