Snow Blowers Replace Traction Cable on Snow Blower

Published on February 10th, 2015 | by Turner Anderson

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Replacing the Traction Drive Cable/Rod on a Two Stage Snow Blower

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Watch our video on how to replace the Traction Drive Cable/Rod on a two stage snow blower.

The traction cable engages the drive system (the wheels) of your snow blower. If it is bent or broken your snow blower will not move when you push down on the drive control lever.

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