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Old 10-11-2017, 01:34 PM
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Default 882 - QA42A Snowthrower

I need to ask the Guru's-
I recently purchased a 882 and then a QA42A thrower, do these two pieces work and play correctly with each other? I see some threads saying a arm might need to be changes to attain correct lift.
I plan to change out the pulley to the wider one - should I go a little smaller to increase the run speed?
I am looking to get ready for NO snow fall - this will happen if I am ready and lots of snow if I am not ready.
Currently taking it apart to replace the auger bearings - check the gear box and ??
thanks in advance-pete
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Old 10-11-2017, 05:14 PM
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To use a QA42A on the 82 series tractors, two things need to be done.

(A) Change the Drive Pulley to IH-78055-C2
(B) Change the Upper Link to IH-79011-C1
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Old 10-12-2017, 12:37 PM
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Thank you roland for the pictures and part numbers!
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I need to ask if anyone can supply the lift rod measurement for the 882 - QA42-A application. Got the thrower disassembled, sand blasted and powder coated. New bearings on the auger. Going back together now.
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