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FORM NO. 3321710 Rev A CCR 3000 GTS Snowthrower TM R Model No. 38430 9900001 & Up Model No. 38435 9900001 & Up Parts Catalog 3321710 Rev A ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS To order replacement parts, please supply: the part number, the quantity, and the description of each part desired. Contents Description Page Auger Housing Assembly 1 Side Plate & Idler Assembly 2 Deflector & Discharge Assembly 3 Rotor Assembly . 4 Engine & Gas Tank Assembly . 5 Shroud Assembly . 6 Handle Assembly . 7 Description Page Engine Assembly (Model No.
Snow Blower and Snow Thrower User Manual Free Download. Snow Removal Operator’s Manual. Free Instruction Manual Download PDF. Revision: 1999.
38430) . 8-13 Engine Assembly (Model No. 38435) . 14-20 Toro Part Number Index . 21-27 Maintenance 28-29 Note: Accessories Description Model / Parts No. Snow Cab Kit . Part No. 880600 Description Model / Parts No. Part Description Abbreviations Part descriptions in this catalog may include the following abbreviations. Abbreviation AR . ASM CARR DEG FH . GA . HF . HFW . HH . HHF HHST . HJ HOC HS . HSBH HSFH . HSH HWH . Meaning as required assembly carriage degrees flat head gauge hex flange hex flange washer hex head hex head flange hex head self tapping hex jam height-of-cut hex socket hex socket button head hex socket flat head hex socket head hex washer head Abbreviation Meaning HWHTF . hex washer head thread forming INC . incorporated LH . left hand PH . pan head PPH Phillips pan head PTO power take off RH . right hand SFH slotted fillister head SH . square head SHWH slotted hex washer head SPH slotted pan head STD standard TAP self tapping TH . truss head TTH Torx truss head WH . wing head Important Format Explanations This catalog uses special formats to convey information in illustrations and parts lists. Specifically, one format is used in conjunction with service assemblies and another with quantities associated with reference numbers. i The TORO Company — 1998 3321710 Rev A Service Assemblies Parts within service assemblies have reference numbers in the form X:Y. X is the reference number of the service assembly and Y is a sequential number unique to each part within the service assembly. For example, a wheel assembly might be identified by reference number 6, the tire by 6:1, the valve by 6:2, and the wheel by 6:3. When you order the assembly identified by reference number 6, you receive all parts identified by reference numbers 6:1, 6:2, and 6:3. However, you may also order any part individually. Reference numbers of this type appear in part lists and as callouts in illustrations. Reference Numbers with Quantities Illustrations may have a quantity in parentheses next to a reference number, in the form X (Y). X is the reference number. Y in parentheses is the quantity of the part identified by the reference number. For example, the illustration callout 4 (2) indicates that two parts are used in that instance. ii 3321710 Rev
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