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They will be down by the auger.that is where the snow first goes into the machine.there should be one shear pin for each auger. It will look like a bolt with a nut on it that runs through the shaft..

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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.

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