MTD Snowblower Transmission 918-04296B / 618-04296B (918-04296A)

January 11, 2018 - Comment

MTD Snowblower Transmission http://bestelectricmower.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to (“” (amazon.com, endless.com, smallparts.com or myhabit.com).

Buy Now! $118.30Amazon.com Price
(as of 8:21 am UTC - Details)

MTD Snowblower Transmission

http://bestelectricmower.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to ("" (amazon.com, endless.com, smallparts.com or myhabit.com).

Comments

Will in Evergreen says:

Easy replacement once you know how We bought this to replace the transmission on our MTD snow blower. These transmissions are known to have issues with the worm gear and need replaced every few years as it is poorly designed.Arrived in new condition but the manufacturer did an incredibly sloppy job of sealing it up, the rubber like sealant is literally dripping off of the shaft and all over the pully, however it did not impact it.Hubby watched a few videos and was able to replace it within an hour…

Kay Anderson says:

Replacement transmission works great! My Craftsman snow blower would not self propel, and I Narrowed the problem down to the transmission. The local repair shop was going to charge me about $240 to fix it – the man I spoke with was quite helpful and said that these blowers have a weak transmission prone to breakage. He suggested that I try to find the part and install it, which is what I did. There were a few “tricky” issues. First, I had to bang on the old transmission to get it to slide out from the side holes – the…

Anonymous says:

Replacement transmission for Craftsman/MTD snowblower was exact replacement for OEM part# 918-04296A. Installed in about 45 minutes, following U-tube videos. I was able to remove the locking couter pins and bearings from frame holding transmission shaft without removing 2 wheels from machine, saving some time. Roll pin holding drive gear (reused) on old transmission shaft best removed with 1/8″ dia. punch, then able to slide out old assembly. Snowblower now has 3 distinct speeds…

Write a comment

*