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    Default snowblower parts

    Where can you buy snowblower parts on Sunday?
    I am looking for a friction wheel.

    Canadian Tire= Not the right one in stock
    Home Depot = Do not stock
    Tsc= Not open yet

    Any Suggestions
    Thanks

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    Default Re: snowblower parts

    might help if you said what make.

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    You can't shim it out just to get by? If it's slipping use contact cement and adhere some fifty grit sand paper to the wheel to make do. Try retentioning the spring or idler.
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    Default Re: snowblower parts

    its a 10.5 hp mtd from canadian tire

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    My husband has been dealing with superior marine I believe he said industrial park.. I dont know if they are open today or not.......

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