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  • 520 two stage snow blower crank support


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    Ok, I bought a two stage snow blower and it did not come with a chute adjustment rod support tube. Does anybody have any leads on one of these? Eric



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    I have the same problem. I'm going to use the part off of a junk deck that fits in the mid attachamatic. I'm going to weld a rod or tube to it with a hole for the adjusting rod... Hope this helps. Not original but should work fine...

    Just noticed your's is a 2 stage, sorry, maybe this will help someone with a single...

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    Maybe this will help, 3/4" conduit about 3' long to slip over the stub on the blower frame drill a hole for the lynch pin then flatten approximately 1" drill a 3/8" hole for the chute rod of course it will need bent in the right places, here's a couple pics, Jeff.

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    10 hours ago, roadapples said:

    I have the same problem. I'm going to use the part off of a junk deck that fits in the mid attachamatic. I'm going to weld a rod or tube to it with a hole for the adjusting rod... Hope this helps. Not original but should work fine...

    Just noticed your's is a 2 stage, sorry, maybe this will help someone with a single...

    Thanks for the reply. Eric

    9 hours ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

    Maybe this will help, 3/4" conduit about 3' long to slip over the stub on the blower frame drill a hole for the lynch pin then flatten approximately 1" drill a 3/8" hole for the chute rod of course it will need bent in the right places, here's a couple pics, Jeff.

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    Yes, this is a great help. If I can't find one I will make one. I do have a question, I noticed that in some pictures the crank rod goes through the support and in your set up you have a bracket that mounts to the support tube and the crank rod attaches to the extra bracket. Can you tell me why? Eric

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    Yes since I have a cab I extended the rod to bring it back further inside then that caused my hand to bang on the door so I made that short piece bolted to the support to keep it away from the door as I don't have the specific 520H cab that has a "pocket" built into the doors like 1st pic mine 2cd pic.

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    39 minutes ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

    Yes since I have a cab I extended the rod to bring it back further inside then that caused my hand to bang on the door so I made that short piece bolted to the support to keep it away from the door as I don't have the specific 520H cab that has a "pocket" built into the doors like 1st pic mine 2cd pic.

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    Thank you again for the reply. I may have more questions as I mount the blower this week. Eric

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