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Does my Toro 622 really not use shear pins?

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Are shear pins really not used on my 622 for the auger?

If not, what is used to pin the auger in place? What grade (and size if you know it) bolt?

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Guys,
Are shear pins really not used on my 622 for the auger?
If not, what is used to pin the auger in place? What grade (and size if you know it) bolt?
If your model is of recent years Toro use grade#5 bolts and just take one off to match your purchase at any hardware store.

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Thanks Normex - it's a 1998 model, is that considered "recent years" enough to go with the #5 replacement?

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Thanks Normex - it's a 1998 model, is that considered "recent years" enough to go with the #5 replacement?

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Then you should ask Powershift, detdrbuzzard as they have Toros
of those years.Good Luck

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my toro 824 38080 from 1986 uses regular grade 5 bolts
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my toro 824 38080 from 1986 uses regular grade 5 bolts
Perfect, thanks!

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USE 5/16 by 2 inch stainless steel bolts they are the same as a grade 5 bolt. but will not rot in there.

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USE 5/16 by 2 inch stainless steel bolts they are the same as a grade 5 bolt. but will not rot in there.
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