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Replacing paddles

Where do you guys get the replacement paddles/scraper bar for your CCR's? I have a CCR 2450 and think I need to do it before snow hits, but there are a lot of options out there.
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Where do you guys get the replacement paddles/scraper bar for your CCR's? I have a CCR 2450 and think I need to do it before snow hits, but there are a lot of options out there.
I found a seller on Amazon that had the entire kit (paddles and hardware) for ~$50.
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Link? I found a bunch but they all are different part numbers and I gotta figure out which are the ones I need.
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Can anyone help me with which part i need? A link would be great!
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According to Google, your paddle part numbers are 99-9313.
https://www.google.com/search?source....0.Wkvl1ZLkhjg


Found these on eBay-
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Paddles-99-...Hi1:rk:57:pf:0


It is advisable to replace the scraper bar at the same time.
Hope this helps.

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Spendy, but consider these.
KAGE Poly Rotor Paddles
There was a member review here somewhere.
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According to Google, your paddle part numbers are 99-9313.
https://www.google.com/search?source....0.Wkvl1ZLkhjg


Found these on eBay-
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Paddles-99-...Hi1:rk:57:pf:0


It is advisable to replace the scraper bar at the same time.
Hope this helps.
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Try Home Depot they might have a small card board display rack right with the power equip. Have same machine thats were i got mine.I think paddles were about $20.00 Scraper blade was cheaper.Stupid me i threw out reciept .All oem.An extra pair of hands is good when you put new paddles on just to hold machine steady
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Spendy, but consider these.
KAGE Poly Rotor Paddles
There was a member review here somewhere.
I remember reading about these on here too, a while back. They're supposed to be good stuff. Seems like it was about 2 years ago though since reading. Last winter I was laid up and I wasn't on here much.

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