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Old 11-02-2021, 06:46 PM
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Default QA-42A Rebuild Part Numbers and Information

Hi All,

As I had to do a lot of research to find the right part numbers and sources for rebuilding my QA42A Snow Thrower, I thought I would make a repository of information for future reference to help others doing the same. This information should transfer to QA-36, QA-42, QA-36A, and QA-42A throwers.


Bearings:

Chain Adjuster Bearings: 1" O.D. x 3/4" I.D. x 5/8" Wide full complement needle bearing with oil hole. I used Koyo B-1210-OH.

Auger Bearings: 1" bore universal bearings with locking collar. 2-piece flange with 3" diameter bolt pattern. Universally available at parts stores and farm stores or online.


U-Joints:

Driveshaft U-joints: Napa Precision 1501 (Napa Canada Part # NPJ P1501)

Snow thrower chute adjustment handle universal joint: Purchased from Cub Cadet (Part #684-04350); Also available from ccspecialities https://ccspecialties.org/implementparts_1.html


Chain and Sprockets:

Chain: #40 Roller chain, purchased from my local industrial supply.

Auger Sprocket: Available from https://ccspecialties.org/implementparts_1.html or https://www.xtrememotorworks.com/Sno...r%20Parts.html

14T Chain Tensioner Sprocket: CCSpecialties (Part # IH-76897-C1) https://ccspecialties.org/implementparts_1.html


Miscellaneous:

Decals: Maple Hunters of Texas http://www.maplehunterdecalstexas.co...werQA-42A.aspx

Wings, Drift Hood, drift cutters, wear edge, and skids: Xtreme Motorworks (very nice stuff) https://www.xtrememotorworks.com/Sno...r%20Parts.html

Driveshaft Grease Fitting: Drilled out press-in fitting, tapped to 1/4"-28, and screwed in new 1/4" grease zerk.

Chain Adjuster grease zerk fitting: CC Specialties (Part # IH-109454 Set of 2) https://ccspecialties.org/implementparts_1.html

Spirol coil pin for SMALL sprocket: CC Specialties 3/16 X 1 1/4 in. (Part # IH-591184-R1) (also available from McMaster Carr) https://ccspecialties.org/implementparts_1.html

Drive shaft set screws: CC Specialties (Part # 102-592) https://ccspecialties.org/implementparts_1.html

Gearbox Gasket: CC Specialties (Part # IH-493543-R1) https://ccspecialties.org/implementparts_1.html
Hardware: The hardware is all universal and can be purchased at your favourite local hardware store.

Chain Adjuster Sprocket Shims: To help keep the sprocket aligned, use shims. CC Specialties sells them, I got some 3/4" I.D. x 1.25" O.D. shims from my local industrial supply.

Gearbox Grease: Mine was filled with grease, standard multi-purpose grease is suitable.
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