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== '''Introduction''' ==
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In this section we documented all of the product’s components. In addition to an image of the component,  
 
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*These parts communicate from the dash (#9) directly to the auger and are used to rotate the Shoot.  The steel pin is about 1’’ long and steel Washer is 0.75’’outer diameter.  This lever is a steel rod with two 45 degree bends at one end and an eye hook configuration on the other.
 
*These parts communicate from the dash (#9) directly to the auger and are used to rotate the Shoot.  The steel pin is about 1’’ long and steel Washer is 0.75’’outer diameter.  This lever is a steel rod with two 45 degree bends at one end and an eye hook configuration on the other.
 
*The turning control is made out of steel.
 
*The turning control is made out of steel.
*The leaver is first made by forging, then shaped into it's needed form.
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*These steel 0.5’' 10mm long screws are used to draw together plates (#25 ,26) around the gas tank (#24)
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*These steel 0.5’\' 10mm long screws are used to draw together plates (#25 ,26) around the gas tank (#24)
 
*These bolts are made out of steel.  
 
*These bolts are made out of steel.  
 
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*These steel 12mm .5'' long bolts are used to hold on cover(#61)
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Latest revision as of 17:17, 16 September 2013

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\'\'\'Introduction\'\'\'

In this section we documented all of the product’s components. In addition to an image of the component, we also identified the component’s function, materials used, manufacturing processes used,an model. As well as the number of times the components is used. This Parts List is the base List which we included in gate two, but now includes the added information mentioned to clarify part details.


Parts List

\'\'\'Part Number #\'\'\' \'\'\'Part Name\'\'\' \'\'\'Description\'\'\' \'\'\'QTY\'\'\' \'\'\'Picture\'\'\'
#1 Dash Cover Control Bolts
  • These Bolts are used to attach the Engine Drive Controls Parts (# 7, 8) to the Control Panel cover (#9). These steel bolts contain a Phillips head configuration and are approximately 0.5” long.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#2 Dash Cover mounting Bolts
  • These bolts, with accompanying nuts, are used to secure the Dash Cover (#9) and Engine Throttle Control Assembly (#7) to the Handles (#104). They are steel with a 7/16 Standard configuration and 1.5’’ long.
  • The bolts and the nuts are made of steel.
  • The bolts are made by first being forged then threaded. The nut is made by being forged.
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#3 Control Nobs
  • The Control Nobs are used for user comfort and are screwed onto the Engine Throttle and Auger drive controls (# 7,8) above the Dash (#9).
  • These are made of a Red plastic material.
  • This was produced using plastic injection molding.
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#4 Auger Drive Linkage, Pin and washer
  • These parts are used to transfer the communication from the user through part (#8) to the auger drive system. The steel washer is 0.75’’ outer diameter, and the steel pin is about 1’’ long.
  • The washer and the pin is made out of steel.
  • The washer was made by either drilling or stamping and the pin is made by forging.
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#5 Shoot Turning Control Leaver with Pin washer
  • These parts communicate from the dash (#9) directly to the auger and are used to rotate the Shoot. The steel pin is about 1’’ long and steel Washer is 0.75’’outer diameter. This lever is a steel rod with two 45 degree bends at one end and an eye hook configuration on the other.
  • The turning control is made out of steel.
  • The leaver is first made by forging, then shaped into it\'s needed form.
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#6 Wheel Drive Linkage Arm, Pin
  • This linkage arm is used to communicate from the Dash/ Control Panel (#9) to the Linear Drive Housing Box (#105-107) This lever is a steel rod with one 90 degree bend at one end and an eye hook configuration on the other.
  • The pin is made out of steel.
  • The pin is made by forging.
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#7 Engine Throttle Control Assembly
  • This assembly, mounted with bolts (#1), is the lever connected to one of the control Nobs (#3) Which communicates to the Engine, via (#6), governing Engine power to the Linear Drive system and the wheels parts (#107-111) as well as the Auger System. This assembly contains one small screw of a Philips configuration which acts as a pivot between an aluminum communication lever and mounting bracket.
  • This part is made out of aluminum
  • This piece is made from forging, drilling and shaping.
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#8 Auger and Drive Control Assembly
  • This assembly in place under the Dash (#9) links to Linkages (#6,4) and controls speed to the Linear Drive system and the wheels parts (#107-111) This control system contains a steel mounting bracket which contains two symmetrical steel spring loaded systems which are used to push the control levers attached to this system with Nobs (#3) into the setting groves on the control panel (#9).
  • These parts are made out of steel.
  • This assembly is made by forging, welding,drilling and shaping.
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#9 Control Panel Cover
  • The control Panel cover is the interface at which the user controls the snow blower using parts (#1-8).
  • This panel is made of a black plastic and contains stickers which inform the user of the controls functions.
  • The panel cover is made from injection molding.
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#10 Handle Covers
  • These covers are used for user comfort and grip. They are attached to the Handles (#104) using glue.
  • The handles are made out of rubber.
  • The handles are made by injection molding.
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#11 Safety Stop Assembly
  • This safety stop assembly is a steel handle and linkage arm which is connected to the left handle (#104). This performs the function of stopping the blower if the users hand becomes disengaged from the mechanism.
  • This assembly is made out of steel.
  • The assembly is made by forging and drilling.
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#12 Scoop Snow Angle Adjuster and Lever
  • This scoop is used to adjust the angle at which the snow leaves the blower. This is done through the use of a series of holes in the Vertical Snow Shoot (#117) which allows the lever on the scoop to insert into to set the angle.
  • The scoop is made out of steel.
  • The scoop is made by forging,welding, and drilling.
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#13 Engine Cover Casing Front Facing Screw
  • This steel Phillips head screw secures the Engine cover (#16) to the front face of the engine block (#49). This screw is 0.75’’ long.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#14 Engine Cover Casing Top Located Screw
  • This Engine cover casing steel Phillips head screw secures the Engine cover (#16) to the top of the Header (#33).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#15 Primer Button Mounting Screws
  • These steel Phillips head screws hold the Engine Primer Button to the Engine Cover (#14).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#16 Engine Cover Right Side
  • This right side, From the point of view facing the Auger, engine cover held on by screws (# 13,14) is a steel cover which encases the Engine and holds the primer (#16) and Electric started button (#41)
  • The cover is made out of steel.
  • The cover is made by forging, welding, and drilling.
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#17 Engine Electric Start Button Mounting Screws
  • These steel Philips head screws are used to secure the Electric start motor button (#41) to the Engine Cover (#16).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#18 Pulley Housing Cover
  • The pulley Housing cover is secured to the Linear drive housing box (#118) using bolts (#19). This housing encases the output shaft from the motor which holds the main engine Pulley (#38) as well as Pulleys (#107,113) and belt (#114)
  • The cover is made out of yellow plastic.
  • The cover was made by injection molding.
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#19 Pulley Housing Bolts
  • These steel bolts are 11mm bolts which are used to secure the Housing Cover (#18) to the linear drive housing box (#118)using the threaded holes which are located on part (#118).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#20 Engine Mounting Bolts
  • These steel 7/16 Bolts are about 0.75’’long and are used to secure the Engine mounting plate (#46) to the linear drive housing box (#118) using threaded holes in (#118).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#21 Gas Tank Mounting Screws
  • These steel 0.5’\' 10mm long screws are used to draw together plates (#25 ,26) around the gas tank (#24)
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#22 Spark Plug
  • The spark plug is screwed into the Header (#33) and has a 21mm configuration on it for removal. It provides a spark during the process of combustion.
  • The spark plug is made out of steel and ceramic plastic.
  • The spark plug is made by forging and milling.
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#23 Header Bolts / Gas Tank Bracket Mounting Bolts
  • These bolts are 12mm steel bolts which are used to secure the header (#33) and the top gas tank mounting plate(#25) to the engine block(#49)
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#24 Engine Gas Tank
  • This is the tank which holds the Snow blower’s fuel and is mounted between Plates (#25,26)
  • The tank is made out of plastic
  • The tank was made by injection molding
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#25 Top Mounting Plate gas tank
  • This plate is used to secure the gas tank (#24) in place utilizing the Header (#33) and he Engine Block(#49) with the Header Bolts (#23).
  • This plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate is by forging and drilling.
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#26 Bottom Gas Tank Mounting Plate
  • This steel plate is used to support the underside of the gas tank and is mounted to the Engine block (#49) using Bolts (#23) and also bolts (#27).
  • This plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate is made by forging, welding and drilling.
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#27 Bottom Gas Tank Mounting Plate Bolt
  • This steel 11mm bolt is used to mount the bottom of plate (#26) to the engine Block (#49)
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#28 Top Engine Heat Shield Plate
  • This plate is held onto the top of the Header (#33) using bolts (#23)
  • The plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate is made by forging and drilling.
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#29 Pull start Mounting Bolts
  • These steel bolts are used to hold on the pull start mechanism (#30) to the Engine block (#49) and to the Heat Guard (#32).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#30 Pull Start With Pull Start Cover
  • The pull start consists of a handle string and spring wound cylinder which turns the Catch (#42) to rotate the main engine shaft (#50).
  • The pull start is made out of plastic, steel, and rope.
  • The pull start plastic is made by injection molding,and the steel by forging.
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#31 Large Heat Cover Mounting Bolts
  • These steel 11mm bolts are used to secure the heat cover (#32) to the Engine block (#49) at the bottom.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#32 Large Heat Guard
  • The large heat guard is mounted to the engine block and header (#32, 33) using bolts (#31) and bolts (#23).
  • The heat guard is made out of steel.
  • The heat guard is made by forging,drilling and shaping.
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#33 Header
  • The header is secured onto the Engine Block (#49) using bolts( #23) and is used a mounting point for plates and guards(#32,25,28) and Spark plug (#22)
  • The header is made out of steel.
  • The header is made by die casting,and drilling.
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#34 Head Gasket
  • The Head Gasket is located between the Header (#33) and the Engine Block (#35) and is held in place due to a force created by bolts (#23).
  • The gasket is made out of aluminum.
  • The gasket was made by die casting and drilling.
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#35 Heat Sink Side Plate
  • This plate is mounted to the side of the engine block (#49)
  • The plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate was made by forging,drilling and extrusion.
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#36 Muffler
  • The muffler is connected to the Engine Block(#49) using Bolts (#37) and is responsible for letting out the exhaust.
  • The muffler is made of steel
  • The muffler is made by forging, rolling and drilling.
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#37 Muffler Mounting Screws
  • These Philips head screws are used to mount the Muffler (#36) to the engine block(#49)
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#38 Main Engine Pulley
  • The main Engine pulley is used to power the belt (#114) and is kept in place using key-stock (#39) and is place on the main engine shaft (#50)
  • The pulley is made out of steel.
  • The pulley is made by casting, and grinding.
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#39 Key Stock- Main Pulley
  • This is a .25’’ key stock which is used to restrict rotation between the main drive pulley (#38) and the engine shaft (#50)
  • The key-stock is made of steel.
  • The key-stock is made by forging and shaping.
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#40 Electric Start mounting Bolts
  • These bolts are used to secure the electric starting motor (#41) to the engine block (#49).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#41 Electric Start Motor Assembly
  • The electric start motor assembly is attached to both the engine block (#49) and cover (#16) using bolts and screws (#40,#17)
  • The electric start motor is made of steel,other metals, rubber and plastic.
  • The electric start is made by forging,drilling, and injection modeling.
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#42 Pull Start Catch
  • The pull start catch is aluminum cylinder with an attached 17mm nut which transfers the energy from the pull start (#30) to the Shaft (#50).
  • The catch is made out of aluminum.
  • The catch is made by forging,extrusion, and drilling.
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#43 Oil Plug Bolt
  • (7/16) bolt which is inserted into the engine block (#59) to keep in the oil.
  • This bolt is made out of steel
  • This bolt is made by forging.
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#44 Oil Plug Nut
  • This nut is a 7/16 configuration which is screwed onto a tube which is welded to the engine block (#49)which holds the oil in the engine.
  • This nut is made out of steel
  • This nut is made by forging.
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#45 Engine Mounting Plate Bolts
  • These 13mm bolts are used to mount the Engine mounting plate (#46) to the Engine block (#49). These are steel bolts and about .75’’ long.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#46 Engine Mounting plate
  • This is a steel part which is used as a connection point between the linear drive housing box (#118) to the engine block (#49) using bolts (#45) into part (#49) and bolts (#20) to part (#118).
  • The mounting plate is made of steel.
  • The mounting plate is made by forging and drilling.
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#47 Engine Cover Mounting Bolts
  • These steel 10mm 2’’ long bolts are used to hold on the main engine cover (#49) into the main engine block (#49).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#48 Engine block main cover
  • The main engine cover is used to cover the engines main components and also hold in the oil. This is an aluminum cover and is held to the engine block(#49) using bolts (#47).
  • The engine block cover is made out of aluminum.
  • The engine block cover is made by die casting, drilling,and machined with precision.
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#49 Engine Block
  • The engine block is an aluminum casing which serves as a mounting point for most of the engines components.
  • The engine block is made out of aluminum.
  • The engine block is made by die casting, drilling,and machined with precision.
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#50 Main Engine Shaft
  • The engines main shaft runs through the engine block (#49) and also the Main cover (#48). It connects to the piston and moves it up and down the combustion chamber.(#61).
  • The engine shaft is made out of steel.
  • The engine shaft is made by die casting, milling and precision machining.
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#51 Engine Block Main Cover Internal Plates and Screws
  • These plate and screws connect the internal gear (#52) to the actual plate and the shaft it rotates around which is a part of the (#48).4
  • The plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate is made by forging and extrusion, and drilling.
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#52 Engine Block Main Cover Internal Small Gear
  • This gear is connected to the Engine Block Main Cover (#48) by one plate connected with two screws (#51). This small gear is interlocked with the Large Gear and cam shaft (#53)
  • The gear is made out of plastic, and the pins on them are steel.
  • The gear is made by injection molding, and the pins are made by forging and extrusion.
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#53 Engine Block Main Cover Internal Large Gear and Cam Shaft
  • This gear and cam shaft is rotated by the small gear (#53) and causes the valves (#55) to go up and down.
  • The camshaft is made out of steel.
  • The camshaft is made by die casting, milling, and precision machining.
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#54 Dipstick
  • The dip stick is a short pick of stainless steel which is inserted into the cover(#48)which tells how much oil is left in the engine.
  • The dipstick is made of plastic and nickel and steel
  • The cap is made by injection molding and the steel part is made out of stamping, and then simply connected.
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#55 Lower (Internal) Valves
  • These valves were moved up and down by the cam shaft (#53) inside of the engine block (#49)
  • The valves are made out of steel.
  • The valves are made by forging and extrusion.
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#56 Valve Springs These springs are used to pull the valves (#57) down
  • The springs are made out of aluminum.
  • The springs are made by machine turning.
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#57 Upper (Outside) Valves
  • These are the main valves which let in air gas mixture and release the exhaust.
  • The vales are made out of steel.
  • These valves are made by forging, extrusion, and milling.
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#58 Valve spring cover
  • This cover is used to cover the piston chamber which is a part of the engine block (#49).
  • The cover is made out of aluminum.
  • The cover is made by forging and extrusion.
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#59 Filter Box with Filter From Spring Chamber
  • The filter box filters any excess materials besides the oil flowing to the valve springs.
  • The filter box is made of rubber and aluminum.
  • The filter box is made by forging, and stamping.
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#60 Phillips head Screws for #59
  • A ½ in long screw which is used to hold the filter box(#59) in place.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#61 Gaurd plate behind fly-wheel
  • This plate is used to prevent objects from getting into the fly-wheel(#63) and is attached with bolts(#62)
  • The plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate is made by forging, extrusion, and drilling.
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#62 12mm cover bolts
  • These steel 12mm .5\'\' long bolts are used to hold on cover(#61)
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#63 Fly-Wheel
  • This part is attached to shaft(#50) outside of the engine block(#49)which performs the function of keeping the rotation steady.
  • The flywheel is made of cast iron
  • The flywheel is made by casting.
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#64 Fuel Filter plug
  • This plug is used to hold the fuel filter into carburetor(#69)
  • The plug is made out of steel.
  • The plug is made by being forged and threaded.
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#66 Piston arm
  • This part is used to link the piston (#68) to the main drive shaft (#50).This moves the piston up and down the combustion chamber.
  • The piston arm is made of aluminum.
  • The piston arm is made by forging, extrusion, and milling, and precision machining.
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#67 Piston bolts and C clamp
  • These bolts are 12mm 1.5’’ steel bolts which are used to connect the C clamp to the Piston arm (#67)
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#68 Piston
  • The aluminum piston sets inside the engine block (#49) And is connected to the to the arm (#66)
  • The piston is made out of aluminum.
  • The piston is made by first being forged, then grinned.
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#69 Carburetor
  • The carburetor is attached to the main engine block (#49)and controls the amount of fuel and air flow into the combustion chamber.
  • The carburetor is made of steel and plastic.
  • The carburetor is made by forging, and injection molding.
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#101 Linear Drive Housing Bolts
  • These steel 14mm bolts are used to hold together the Linear drive assembly box (#118) box as well as holding the auger subsystem to the linear drive subsystem.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#102 Handle Mounting Bolts
  • These steel 14mm bolts are used to mount the handles to the drive enclosure.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#103 Worm Gear turning control
  • This worm is used to revolve the vertical shoot (#117) on the auger casing (#119). This gear is gained to the end of the linkage (#4)
  • The worm gear is made out of steel.
  • The worm gear is made by forging, drilling, threading, and shaping.
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#104 Handles
  • These 2 symmetrical handles are held on to the drive enclosure with the mounting bolts (#102) and are used to guide the movement of the snow blower.
  • The handles are made out of steel.
  • The handles are made by forging, grinding and drilling.
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#105 Linear Drive Underside Plate Mounting Screws
  • These steel Phillips head screws which connect the linear drive underside plate(#106) to the linear drive housing box(#118)
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#106 Linear Drive Underside Plate
  • This plate is connected to the linear drive housing box (#118). It is used to cover the underside of the drive enclosure(#101).
  • The plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate is made by forging and rolling.
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#107 Linear movement Drive Pulley
  • This pulley is connected to the linear movement drive shaft is connected to the horizontal disk(#135)
  • The pulley is made out of steel.
  • The pulling is made by injection molding, and drilling.
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#108 Wheel Mounting Bolts
  • These 9/16th inch bolts are what secure the 2 drive wheels(#110) to their respective sides of the drive axle and allow them to turn with the rotation of the axle.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#109 Wheel Wing Nuts
  • These 2 large wing-nuts are used to help secure the drive wheels(#110) to the drive axle.
  • The nuts are made out of steel.
  • The nuts are made by forging, extrusion, and drilling.
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#110 Wheels
  • These two wheels are a combination of tire and rim and are connected to the drive axle.
  • The wheel rims are made out of steel and the wheels out of rubber.
  • The rims are made by forging, extrusion and drilling.
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#111 Auger Bering/ Mounting Bolts
  • These 7/16th steel bolts are used to mount the auger bearing to the auger enclosure.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#112 Shaft to Bering Mounting Bolts
  • These large steel bolts are used to mount the auger to the auger housing.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#113 Auger Drive Pulley
  • This pulley is rotated by the auger drive belt(#114) and in turn, rotates the auger shaft to turn the blades.
  • The pulley is made out of steel.
  • The pulley is made by injection molding and drilling.
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#114 Auger Drive Belt
  • This toothed-rubber belt is what rotates the auger drive pulley (#113).
  • The belt is made out of rubber.
  • The belt is made by machining.
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#115 Auger Output Plate Mounting Bolt
  • These bolts are used to hold the auger plate to the auger enclosure.
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#116 Auger Output Plate
  • This plate covers the hole for the auger shaft.
  • The plate is made out of steel.
  • The plate is made by forging,extrusion, and drilling.
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#117 Vertical Snow Chute
  • This shoot is used to direct the shooting snow in the desired direction. This part is connected to the bottom chute.
  • The shoot is made out of steel.
  • The shoot is made by forging, welding, and drilling.
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#118 Linear Drive Housing Box
  • This housing is what contains all of the internal components of the linear drive assembly are held in and mounted to.
  • The housing is made out of steel.
  • The housing is made by steel sheet beings stamped, bent and welded together.
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#119 Auger Drive Casing
  • This is the housing for the components of the auger drive assembly.
  • The housing for the components is made out of steel.
  • The housing and the components are made by forging, stamping, milling, welding, and drilling.
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#120 Chute nuts, bolts, washers and spacers
  • These parts were removed with a 3/8th inch wrench and are used to mount the chute to the spacers (#121).
  • These parts are made out of steel.
  • Parts are made by forging, threading, and extrusion.
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#121 Bottom Chute
  • This chute is welded to its gear base (#122) which allows it to rotate in the desired direction.
  • The chute is made out of steel.
  • The chute is made by stamping the steel and shaping the chute.
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#122 Gear Base of Chute
  • The gear base for the chute is welded to the chute (#121) and is what allows the chute system to rotate and maintain its position and direction.
  • The gear base is made out of steel.
  • The gear base is made by stamping steel and then milling the gears.
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#123 Auger Blade Bolts
  • These steel bolts connect the Auger Blades (#) to Auger Shaft (#).
  • These bolts are made out of steel.
  • Bolts are made by first being forged then threaded.
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#124 Gear Box Bolts and Washers
  • These steel bolts and washers were removed with a 12mm wrench and connect the gear box cover to the gear box auger shaft (#).
  • These parts are made out of steel.
  • These parts are made by forging and threading, and stamping.
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#125 Gear Box Auger Shaft Grease Plug
  • Removed with a 11mm wrench. Used to plug the auger shaft so grease can’t seep out.
  • The plug is made out of steel.
  • Plug is made by first being forged then threaded.
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#126 Oil Plug Gear Box Auger Shaft
  • This plug is used to ensure that oil doesn’t leak out of the auger-gearbox and was removed with a 10 mm wrench.
  • The plug is made out of steel.
  • The plug was made by forging,threading, and extrusion.
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#127 Auger Fan
  • This fan is used to force the snow into and through the chute (#121/#117)and is mounted to the auger fan shaft (#128)
  • The fan is made out of steel.
  • The fan is made by die casting, and grinding.
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#128 Auger Fan Shaft
  • This shaft is mounted to the auger fan (#127) and is what rotates the fan and allows it to force the snow into the chute (#121/#117)
  • The shaft is made out of steel.
  • The shaft is made by die casting, grinding, and drilling.
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#129 Stabilizing Rod with Pins
  • This rod is used to stabilize the linear drive enclosure and is held in place with pins.
  • The rod is made of steel.
  • The rod is made by machining, and drilling.
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#130 Nuts and Bolts Set
  • These nuts and bolts are used to hold the small gear to the case which is located between the Augers(#139) 1(2 inch bolt)
  • The nuts and bolts are made of steel.
  • The nuts and bolts are made by forging and threading.
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#131 Clutch
  • This device is used to lift the shaft connected to the vertical disk (#137) and allow it to slide to the left or right and the lower to touch the horizontal disk.
  • The clutch is made out of steel.
  • The clutch is made by it being stamped and drilled.
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#132 Small Belt Pulleys/ nuts and bolts
  • These small steel pulleys are idler pulleys for the larger belts. The corresponding nuts, bolts, and washers are used to secure the pulleys to their corresponding arm. (steel 1 inch long bolts)
  • The parts are made out of steel.
  • The parts are made by forging,threading,drilling, and extrusion.
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#133 Rpm Disk Control
  • This device is used to control the rpm of the vertical disk (#137)
  • The disk control is made out of steel.
  • The dis control is made by forging, welding, extrusion and drilling.
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#134 Nuts and Machine Screws for Differential
  • These machine screws, nuts and lock washers are used to hold the case for the differential together. (3/8 inch screws)
  • The screws, nuts and washers are made of steel.
  • The screws, nuts and washers are made by forging, extrusion, and threading.
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#135 Horizontal Disk
  • This disk is what supplies the rotational energy to the vertical disk(#137) and in turn the whole drive assembly.
  • The disk is made out of steel.
  • The disk is made by forging, extrusion, and milling.
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#136 Spring
  • This steel spring keeps the vertical disk shaft(#137) in place and tension when the clutch(#131) is engaged.
  • The spring is made of steel.
  • The spring is made by machine turning.
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#137 Vertical Disk and Assembly
  • The vertical disk assembly what receives the rotational energy from the horizontal disk(#135) and moves to alter speed, torque and direction.
  • The assembly is mostly made out of steel, with a rubber strip around the wheel.
  • The assembly is made by forging, stamping, rolling, drilling, extrusion, and drawing.
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#138 Metal Plate Gear Chain
  • This small steel chain is what rotates the main drive axle and turns the wheels.
  • The parts are made of steel.
  • The gear and the steel component is made by forging, extrusion, milling, and drilling. The chain is made by machine pressing.
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#139 Auger Blades
  • This part consists of steel blades mounted to the auger shaft (#and are what is rotated to dig through the snow.
  • The blades are made out of steel.
  • The blades are made by die casting, drilling and grinding.
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#140 Auger Shaft
  • This shaft is what is connected to the auger fan shaft (#128) and in turn is rotated to spin the auger blades (#138)
  • The shaft is made out of steel.
  • The shaft is made by die casting, and the gear is made by forging and milling.
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