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Hobart A200T - agitator shaft replacement

Hi Bigg T, I read through your other solutions - Kudos to you for being so helpful and valuable!!

The little key on my agitator shaft broke off, so I am replacing the entire shaft. How do I go about doing this? I have the assembly pics/parts list and I am wondering if I need to get at it from the top by removing the transmission? Or can I get to it from the bottom? THANKS!!

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  • leftychang Nov 27, 2008

    i found that a little key is holding it in place on the center shaft ... how do i remove this key?

  • leftychang Nov 27, 2008

    a little more digging and i found this thing is called a "gib key" or "tapered key" and they make special removers for them ... problem is searching google has me coming up empty ... any idea where i can get this tool?

    or any other ideas on how to get it out? i read that some car guys weld a bolt to the gib key then pull it out, but id like to avoid pulling the TIG welder out for this one (if i can)


  • bigtex2 Feb 01, 2009

    my shaft broke and i need to know how to take all those gears apart



  • Jim May 11, 2010

    Hi, usually the key comes right out, do you have the planetary hub off already? and is the key split, meaning did it sheer in the shaft?

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Lefty, It's called a tapered pin. It can be removed by using a punch which is a bit smaller than the pin. This tapered pin can only be driven out from one side. Put a bit of WD-40 or some other penetrating oil in the pin area then figure out which end of the pin is smallest. Gently tap it out with the punch and a hammer, only use as much force as necessary. Only replace the shaft if it's badly damaged. You may be able to get at it by removing the four screws on the attachment hub. Remove the hub and see if you can get at it from there. If you can't, you should be able to get at it from the top. If you do replace it, you might consider replacing the shaft bearing and the bearing on the planetary shaft. If you find this solution helpfull, please rate it. Good luck. ricardok45

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