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Kennett Plow4-Leg Throttle Actuator Motor for various Gas-Powered Salt SpreadersAftermarket part (Not OEM)Shipped from Kokomo, IndianaPart #: 59080AftermarketBuilt to OEM SpecificationsVoltage: 12.00Rotation: BI-ROTATIONALTerminal 1 Size: + and – wires attachedTerminal 2 Size: Connector terminals not includedHousing Finish: PLASTICCross References: Western Snow Plow©: 65374 Boss Snow Plow©: 05006656 Buyers©: 1411901, 1411907 Fisher©: 20134 Canimex©: 163816, 184565 Downeaster: 163816, 184565Monroe: 05006656 Henderson: 80658Replaces MPN#MPN Snow Plow©: 65374 Boss Snow Plow©: 05006656 Buyers©: 1411901, 1411907 Fisher©: 20134 Canimex©: 163816, 184565 Downeaster: SPN122D Monroe: 05006656Pls let me know what you need if I dont have it on eCRATER steno1024 at yahoo dot comThanks GloriaDrop Shipped directly to you from Cincinnati, OhioThank you for shopping with us. I am a single Mom operating the business myself so we truly appreciate your business. Happy Snow Plow Season Everyone!!! ARE YOU READY FOR THE SNOW?It’s that time again. Everyone is getting ready for another snow season. Winter will be here soon. Here are some tips to get your snow plow or spreader ready for winter..Spreaders:Well spreaders, especially hopper style spreaders, aren’t easy to maintain. The first start up is always the most difficult, but it is very important to prepare your hopper spreader for summer storage, but we want to help you to get your spreader ready for winter. First, if you have gas engine spray with lubricating oil e.g. WD40 throttle linkage, make sure that all levers are moving smoothly. Replace spark plug. Lubricate electric starter. Tip: Since the upper end of the starter and bendix on many engines is covered we recommend to drill (if possible) a small hole above to allow you to spray lubricant on to the bendix and armature shaft. Clean all electrical connections. Clean connections at the external battery (if you have one). Grease and inspect all bearings. Lubricate clutch bearing (do not spray oil on pressure plate) Inspect conveyor chain, adjust tension if necessary Tip: to adjust measure about 24" from the rear edge of the hopper. Move up on the chain with your hand. The conveyor chain should lift up 1"-3" off the conveyor chain guide or cross braces. Inspect drive chains, belts. Change oil in gear box. If you have electric motor clean and inspect brushes, they should move freely (most motors have access coversA salt spreader is an invaluable tool during the winter time. As ice builds up on your freshly plowed driveway, you will need to have some way to dissolve that ice. Salt works against the ice to melt it away so you are not slipping and sliding around your driveway. Many people use large salt spreaders, fashioned as a tailgate spreader on their pickup for larger applications such as parking lots. However, the ordinary homeowner will have a push behind or tow behind salt spreader.Keeping them clean and functioning will make your winter time clean up a lot more enjoyable. Part of that cleaning is to keep your salt spreader maintained by troubleshooting it. When the spreader stops spreading salt evenly, or even at all, you should take some time to find out what is wrong with it instead of just throwing it away.Common to all salt spreaders, whether it is a small walk behind or a tailgate spreader, is that it will begin to lay salt unevenly. An uneven spread of salt will lead to parts of the driveway, or parking lot, that is still covered with ice. This is a very dangerous situation as you can still start into a slide and not stop where you need to.Troubleshooting this means looking into the spreader to see if anything is lodged into the gearing. Make sure if you have an electrical spreader that it is unplugged from the power source. This is mostly seen in a tailgate spreader. Use a small screwdriver to pry loose any stuck rocks, or hard pieces of salt.Gears Are SqueakingTowards the end of the winter season you will probably hear some squeaking of the gear or internal workings in your spreader. By going through snow, freezing rain, thawing out, and all the salt that runs through the machine in a season, the spreader will begin to run out of lubricant. Some spreaders have grease fittings that can be used for greasing the internal workings. Other spreaders just need some silicone sprayed into the moving areas to keep them from squealing or sticking.No Salt Being DroppedYou may notice that there isn’t any salt being dropped onto your driveway. When this happens one of two things can be happening. The first is that the door that opens to start the spreading is stuck. Check the underneath of the spreader and look at the opening mechanism. Check the spring that moves the door. Clean them out of any build up or replace the parts that are broken. The second thing that can happen in the cable has snapped. If you have owned your salt spreader for awhile, this can easily be the cause.Clumping vs. Spreading SaltIf you notice that the salt is clumping together instead of spreading on the ground, there is excess moisture, snow, rain, sand in the mixture. You can add a cover to fix this problem, or add new salt to the spreader.Depending on the size of your salt spreader, the problem of salt clumps can be easy or difficult to fix. Below are some suggestions on how to get your salt spreader working again. Materials Needed-Salt spreader-Warm space-Gloves-Hot water-Larger container or power washerStep 1-Warm Up SaltIf your salt spreader is small enough, or if you have a big enough building, take your salt spreader indoors. Often times, once the salt has warmed back up it will loosen up and come out. It can take up to two days to thaw if you have a very large salt spreader, though this may not work for your situation.Step 2-Remove Excess SaltDepending on the type of salt spreader you have, you can dump or scoop out excess salt. Dump it if it is a hand spreader; scoop it if it is similar to a tailgate spreader.Step 3-Try To Turn SpinnerSometimes it can be as simple as turning the spinner to remove the salt that is in the gears. Look to see if there are a few pieces which you can remove or break up by hand.Step 5-Turn On Salt Spreaders VibratorIf your salt spread has a vibrator you should turn it on to try to help loosen the salt up. With a hand held salt spreader , try tapping it repeatedly, this may help to loosen up the salt.Step 6- Try WaterIf you have removed the excess salt as step 2 advised, you should not have too much salt left in your salt spreader. Now get some hot water to pour into your salt spreader. If it is a smaller handheld or manual walk behind spreader, your best bet would be to soak it in hot water. If you have a much larger salt spreader, clean it with hot water and a power washer.Never leave salt in your spreader as it causes unnecessary problems. Always use clean, dry, free flowing salt. Make sure your spinner is set to the right height. If the adjustment is off, it can jam the auger. If you have removed all salt and your spreader still is not working, check other parts to make sure they are not broken or in need of repairs. If you leave salt in your spreader too long, it can corrode the gears and make your spreader unusable.IF YOU NEED A COPY OF A SCHEMATIC EMAILED TO YOU, PLEASE EMAIL ME I will be happy to forward one to you. Thanks for your interest in my products.