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1128 OXE Questions

1) 2006 Toro does 500-700 feet of drivewazy per storm and now first gear its to fast.especially down hill, does mean the friction wheel (like a roll of toilet Paper ) is spinning faster near the end. is it Adjustable and/ or easy to replace?

2) the " power steering" doesn't disengage the wheel anymore on either side

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hello steve, welcome to SBF!! sounds like some adjustments are in order

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The wear of the friction wheel could make a difference but I wouldn't think it would be that noticeable. I would think an adjustment to the shifting linkage to move the friction wheel closer to the center of the driving wheel would be more noticeable to help you have a "lower" first gear speed. It will slightly bump up the reverse gears.

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The wear of the friction wheel could make a difference but I wouldn't think it would be that noticeable. I would think an adjustment to the shifting linkage to move the friction wheel closer to the center of the driving wheel would be more noticeable to help you have a "lower" first gear speed. It will slightly bump up the reverse gears.
You were right there was no wear on the friction wheel so I adjusted the wheel to the center of the drive wheel at "N" and that works wel
The Power steering (Wheel Clutch) I cleaned and lubed..it disengages and the wheel only stops driving for about a third of a turn ..it this normal
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That doesn't sound right but you'll have to wait for someone who knows. I don't have any experience with that system.

Maybe Powershift93 will jump in ?

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there are cables on those triggers. try adjusting them. or they might need to be replaced. LET ME KNOW THE SCORE ON THAT 1.

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I have tried adjusting them One so taunt there is no play in the cable not engaged the other a little play, neither will pull far enough to hit the handle.
The cables twist a black collar shift which disengages three fingers on a clutch. I can't make this colar move ant further than the cables pull it
The 3 fingers do disengage the drive wheel but but the wheel only free wheels for a third of a turn and the clutch is still disengaged
My thought now is ...Is there a left and right axle(part #32) because there is an axle tube(Part #36) in the middle. And once one clutch disengages should one axle free wheel and the other be driven by the other side clutch assembly
Ill have to stand it up on the nose to to take the bottom plate off to look at it again
Any thoughts

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Toro 38650 (1128 OXE) - Toro Power Max 1128 OXE Snowthrower (SN: 250010001 - 250999999) (2005) WHEEL CLUTCH ASSEMBLY Diagram and Parts List | PartsTree.com
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Yes, there are 2 half axles that meet in a coupler/union/tube.
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I have tried adjusting them One so taunt there is no play in the cable not engaged the other a little play, neither will pull far enough to hit the handle.
The cables twist a black collar shift which disengages three fingers on a clutch. I can't make this colar move ant further than the cables pull it
The 3 fingers do disengage the drive wheel but but the wheel only free wheels for a third of a turn and the clutch is still disengaged
My thought now is ...Is there a left and right axle(part #32) because there is an axle tube(Part #36) in the middle. And once one clutch disengages should one axle free wheel and the other be driven by the other side clutch assembly
Ill have to stand it up on the nose to to take the bottom plate off to look at it again
Any thoughts

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Toro 38650 (1128 OXE) - Toro Power Max 1128 OXE Snowthrower (SN: 250010001 - 250999999) (2005) WHEEL CLUTCH ASSEMBLY Diagram and Parts List | PartsTree.com
when you get the chance. and with it on it's nose. shoot a vid of it. so we can have a better looksee. those diagrams tell me nothing.

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Having just gone through this myself mine would only disengage both at one time not individually. An expert looked and explained that although they appear to work they are worn and the springs are not strong enough to disengage. There's no fix other than replacement parts which I believe is over $100 per side. My fix was selling it. these are heavy machines to drag around a corner if you have a lot of 180 degree turns on tight spaces like I do.
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