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Recommended Snow Blower Back-Up Parts

 

Always prepare your snow blower for maintenance before starting any repairs. Move your snow blower to a flat surface.  Turn the engine off and let it cool. Disconnect the spark plug ignition wire and remove the safety ignition key to prevent accidental starting of the engine. 

There's always a chance you will need a part during, or right after a snowstorm (after all, that's when you're most likely to use your snow thrower).  But in wintry conditions, it isn't always convenient to go out and buy parts.  Also, the part you need may not be readily available. To better prepare for this type of emergency, you should keep the following spare parts on hand: 

  • Chute Cleanout Tool 

  • Drive Belt(s) 

  • Spark plug 

  • Oil and fresh fuel 

  • Skid shoes 

  • Safety ignition Key 

  • Shear pins 

  • Shave plate 

Please consult your Operator's Manual and/or Illustrated Parts List for exact part numbers and/or location of these components on specific units.