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The bearings went on the two sprockets on the front of the snowblower. Any suggestions, recommendations on how to get them?

Thanks Rob

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I got my from Tractor Supply. They are slightly different than factory as they have 1 more tooth. I had to add a half link to the factory chain length, 

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Read my note on the Chain Question 3 posts above this one for the sprockets.

I didn't realize these posts get reshuffled when a response is posted.  Look at the post asking about the chain on a tall chute blower

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