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  • need help john deere 832 snowblower

    ok i know how to fix the sucker but i need a parts diagram for it,its a machine form 1976 so shes old but we are trying to get it running again so we keep the snow cleaned up...

    also iam looking for parts for it like the augers as well. we have one that i managed to patch for now.. they tell me here no parts available for it so some stuff ill have to make my self which is no big deal,,

    the machine is john deere 832

  • #2
    Failing all else:

    http://techpubs.deere.com/deere/Tech...nguage=English

    - Bart
    Bart Smaalders
    http://smaalders.net/barts

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    • #3
      inoaplasthatmitehelp

      butiamnotgonnainflictallthemiselingandlakofpunctat shunonthemnisefolxs!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by barts
        thanks for the info, i saw the john deere dealer today and they have the print for the area iam working on but get this absolutyl no parts access at all for anything on this machine, even the woodruff key i had to get was an over sized one and had to modify it to fit the sucker all is well now with the auger.. Now its onto making bushings for it and finding out how come i have 3/4 inch of side movemnt left to right on the auger assembely.. Man if its not one thing its another it seems but once its all done should be good for a few years.. its still a good machine it just was not well looked after at all.still gota wire up a new kill switch as well,built in one works when it wants to and dont work when it wants to..

        I should have painted it RED LOL LOL

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        • #5
          You can also go to the JD parts page and call up parts diagrams for whatever you are looking for.

          http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/c...18346964582898

          And you can see what parts Deere still carries here:

          https://jdparts.deere.com/servlet/co...s.HomeUnsigned


          andy b.
          The danger is not that computers will come to think like men - but that men will come to think like computers. - some guy on another forum not dedicated to machining

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          • #6
            Originally posted by andy_b
            You can also go to the JD parts page and call up parts diagrams for whatever you are looking for.

            http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/c...18346964582898

            And you can see what parts Deere still carries here:

            https://jdparts.deere.com/servlet/co...s.HomeUnsigned


            andy b.
            thanks andy i check them out the diagrams help alot, the available parts well they rallu only got the muffler and a few parts ill never needs but at leaset we know where we stand on the blower now.looks like ill be manfuactring alot fo parts for her in the future, the wood ruff key i modded to fit was interesting to do but thank got i got it done , Now the auger works fine again,, i decovered by looking over the prints that out throttle cabe thats on it now is not the right one but thats ok it does work but now i goata hook up my shut off switch today , the built in one worked 3 times in a row yesterday but iam not going to relay on it ..

            ill have to post the before and after pic's of the restore on this old girl when its finished, so far the land lord is loveing the work iam doing on it so that's kudo's for sure

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