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Re: Snow blower differential slipping?
#1   Oct 21, 2019 12:25 pm
Thanks for the reply the blower is a DR Power Snow Blower Pro 24 ON the outside of the tire and rim there is a pin that goes through the wheel rim and goes through the axle. is that what you were talking about? I also see that I misidentified it as a 28 inch - apologies.
Snow blower differential slipping?
#2   Oct 17, 2019 2:43 pm
All, I have a 28" DR snow blower that will not move forward or reverse. With thanks to search results I have done the adjustments - tire pressure, skid height, scraper height and all of those things mostly found for the Ariens blowers When I run the blower, the plate is spinning, when I pull the leaver the friction plate engages and runs the axle that runs the pinion gear and it turns the differential gear but the axles don't move. I can push and pull the blower forward and back freely so I know the axles are not frozen. is it possible that the differential is bad? Is there any kind of adjustment? thanks for your help.
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