update: (and this may relate to your comment). hooked in the bottom bolts. brought them together enough to put a dummy bolt through one hole. that allowed me to go the other side and adjust and bolt it. returned to the other side and bolted it as well.Turn the bottom bolts into the bucket threads then they can set into the cutouts in the tractor. I just scooch the two halves together slowly get them aligned and use a belt on the impeller pulley to pull up the bucket half onto the tractor. Clamp your auger engage handle down so brake is out of way. Your impeller pulley and hub seem too close to the auger, but maybe different on yours. My 932104 shows very little impeller shaft to accomplish drive belt to pulley alignment.
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people love to be lazy and weld, weld , weld.
@orangputehwhy would you weld upper handlebars on a Honda to the lower bars. I have asked owners that and they say they were getting tired of loose handlebars.I tell them they should have DOUBLE bolted the handlebars. I do this all the time. The HS724 and I think the 1132 has double bolts. I dont know why Honda did not do this to the 828 and 928. People say "that's a good idea."