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post #1 of 5 Old 11-16-2010, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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snow blower shear bolts

I am looking for the shear bolts for the snow blower on my 4514 honda. The small one on the second stage for sure. Northern has no parts for this snow blower anymore. Thanks
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post #2 of 5 Old 11-16-2010, 10:03 PM
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Re: snow blower shear bolts

Easy enough. Boats.net

(1) 72998-0076 small (2nd stage) $.72 each
(3) 72998-0027 5/16 x 2 large (auger and input shaft) $1.57 each

Other wear items;

(2) 72998-0031 Skid replacement
(1) 72998-0077 scraper bar / cutting edge

You can also try to match them up at tractor supply, but don't know if you get the correct bolt grade or shear rating.
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post #3 of 5 Old 11-16-2010, 10:28 PM
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Re: snow blower shear bolts

I get mine at the local hardware store

"93"5518,48" box blade,48"3point rake,54" snow blade,42"blower And now a home made log skidder. Works Great
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Re: snow blower shear bolts

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I get mine at the local hardware store
I don't know enough about breakage tolerances and metal grades for this unit to match them up properly. Do you have those number? I have just had to replace one gearbox because of the wrong bolts that resulted in a damaged brass gear.
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post #5 of 5 Old 11-17-2010, 07:47 PM
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Re: snow blower shear bolts

The shear bolts for my Honda SB1013B are, as per Honda specs, as follows:

On the auger - 5/16" x 2" (grade 5)

On the driveshaft into the reduction box from the fan, it specifies the same bolt. However, that particular bolt has a groove, near the head, machined into it.

www.okcpropower.com still stocks many parts for the SB1013B. I can't imagine the shear bolts will be very different, if at all, between the SB1013B and the SB800. Call 'em up, ask for Kyle or Les in the Parts department, and tell 'em "John from New York" sent you.
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