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How to replace shear pin horizontal blades spin free motor won't drive them

Look close to the middle of the auger. you should see small ( 1/4") holes where the shear pins were. Just line up the holes from shaft to Auger and put new Shear pins in there. Sometimes they look like Clevis pins and sometimes they look like a simple 1/4" bolt and nut

Jan 04, 2016 | Garden

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Mtd yardmachine snow blower 305 cc auger wont turn

This is a fairly frequent problem that is easily fixed. What happened was the snowblower's auger was either overloaded or got jammed (ice, debris - something other than snow). Rather than twist, damage or break the auger itself, an inexpensive part called a "shear pin" is designed to fail. A shear pin employed between the auger sleeve and drive shaft that is inside the sleeve. You may have broken one if one side of the auger spins) or both (if both sides of the auger spins). Purchase several replacements for your particular machine to have on hand. Do NOT replace s shear pin (or shear bolt) with a regular bolt under any circumstances! Check the video linked below on how to replace the shear pins. Good luck!

Feb 09, 2014 | Yard Machines 28" Two-Stage Snowthrower

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Toro 828 oxe blower shear pin

knock the broken one out with a punch and hammer put a new sheer pin you can make on with a bolt just grind down the middle of the bolt so it is thinner than the rest , I do this all the time

Dec 12, 2013 | Toro Power Max 828 OXE Snow Blower - 28...

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Swisher 27" snowblower front impellers turn free

Hi Craig,

Most snowblowers incorporate "shear pins" between the motor and auger. A shear pin looks similar to a nut and bolt or pin that couples the drive to the auger - but it designed to break or shear off to prevent damage to the auger or motor in the event of a jam or overload. They look like these:



Only the shear pin recommended for your particular brand and model snowblower should be used. Under no circumstances should a regular bolt or other steel pin be used instead of a shear pin. Check your manual or consult with Swisher to determine the correct shear pin for your snow blower.

I hope this helps & good luck!

Dec 21, 2012 | Garden

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How do you set the timing on a 1988 5 hp briggs and srratton motor

The shear pin holds the magneto/flywheel in one particular position. So if the motor ran well when the pin was sheared it should still be set correctly. If you want to confirm, then it's usually a gap set on a lobe of the crank shaft.

May 10, 2012 | Garden

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Will shearing the Shear Pin on a push mower cause the rope to seize up as if it's locked?

a sheared pin will throw off the timing making it kick back when trying to start but what caused the pin ti shear ma have like a bent crankshaft

Mar 28, 2012 | Poulan "Poulan" Push Mower

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Hi, while Iwas using my MTD bush mower( model 11A-414E529). the blades hit a metalic object that was not visible (digged in the ground) and the mower stpped. now it is very hard to turn even by hand. not...

You most likely sheared off the shear pin that keeps the driveshaft and the blade in right timing with the motor and piston.
What happens then is the exhaust valves are not open at the time the piston should be in it's correct position where the cylinder pressure and gases can be exhausted at the right time. Also if it did manage to run it would run very roughly. The shear pin is designed to break or "shear" off when a hard object is struck so that you do not ruin your engines drive shaft that attaches to the blade. So what happens is that the shaft turns out of sync with the timing of the engine and putting it simply, the intake and exhaust stages are all messed up and that makes for an engine that is hard to pull over or if it does and it starts, it runs very badly. Spark plugs firing at the wrong times versus the valves and piston positions. Fortunately it is rather easy to replace a sheared off pin yourself. Once you get the new pin, there are a number of YouTube videos that will show you how to replace a sheared pin. Just type in "replacing a Shear pin in a lawnmower engine. It helps to put the brand of the motor of your lawnmower in the search as well. It is actually quite easy for a semi handy man.
Hope that helps. I suspect all the other answers so far pertaining to pull/rip cords are incorrect but that is my opinion only.

Good luck
Kevin Misch

Jun 28, 2011 | Mtd LAWN MOWER PART # 983-04053-0637 DECK...

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Motor works but doesnt turn spindle with blade on it

you may have (probably) put something in there that wouldn't chop or grind, and the blade wasn't able to turn. When this occurs, a safety feature called a 'shear pin' breaks. The shear pin passes through on side of the base of the blade, through the motor shaft, and out the other side of the base of the blade. The pieces of the shear pin have to be removed, and replaced with a new pin. A common roll pin of the appropriate diameter should do the trick. Bear in mind the shear pin is a 'pressed fit', so removal of the old bits may be difficult. But it can be done.

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Shearing of flywheel pin on starting 12 hp snapper

When you the key this time, put the flywheel on first then the key but this time use a little grit between the flywheel and crankshaft. Something like grinding compound. It will keep the flywheel from moving plus make sure you torque down the flywheel nut good.
Good Day.

Oct 29, 2009 | Garden

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