Toro SnowMaster 824 QXE 36003

Bob’s Comments To Jason asking about his Toro.

Yes sir!  2.5 inch.  That’s right at 2.5inches.  If it doesnt fit for any reason we will get a different set out to you, but from the picture I’m sure we are fine.
Thanks!
Bob

On Wed, Sep 11, 2019, 5:53 PM Jason wrote:
 
Hi Bob,
 
No worries - I know how crazy things can get! Does the picture tell us what we need to know? Looks like we’re 2.5” on center:
 
Please let me know when you have a moment. I’m also glad to send my skids over for measurement and further development, if that’s helpful…
 
Best,
Jason
On Sep 7, 2019, at 6:28 PM, Bob wrote:

Hi Jason,
Thanks for the email.  Sorry about not responding, it gets crazy at times.  Take a look at your machine and compare it to this one at top of page:
 
 
I’m 99% sure there was a change in this model, somewhere prior to 2019.  The 2019 seems to have either a 2 7/8″ bolt pattern, or a 3″ bolt pattern.  Either way, the same 824 model looks different when looking at the older machines, pictured lower down on the page.  The older machine needed to be offset, and was definitely a 2 7/8″ bolt pattern.  Please measure your bolt pattern carefully and lets see what it is.  Take a look at the attached pics to see how to measure.
I’d say go with either the pro 0310-D or the ASE-0310-d on my website.  You should be able to mount them in either configuration on

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that machine.  You may also need the spacer kit to account for the housing that protrudes a bit near the top of the skid itself.

If by chance, they don’t fit, I’ll swap them out no problem.  My cell is (630)319-5301.
Would you mind sending me a review and some pictures for the website?  I really need to clarify my make/model page on this machine.
–Bob Sayre
Armorskids, LLC
 
 

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 3:57 PM Jason wrote:
Hi - I never heard back on this inquiry and was hoping you could provide me with the information I need.

 
Best,
Jason

On Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 3:18 PM Jason wrote:
Hi –

 
I am trying to determine which of your part #’s will work for my machine. I have a Toro SnowMaster 824 QXE; however, you have part #’s for the following machines and I’m not sure which is a more accurate fit:
 
  • Toro 824 - part #ASE0310-D
  • Toro SnowMaster 724qxe - part #ASE2505-A
Based on what I can tell, the ASE2505-A is likely the part I need, as this machine’s overall design more accurately matches what mine looks like; however, I can’t say for certain that the actual model # (824) isn’t the determining factor.
 
For reference, here is a link to my exact machine: https://www.toro.com/en/homeowner/snow-blowers/snowmaster-824-qxe-36003
 
Additionally, I would like to know if spacers will be required to run your parts, as well.
 
Please let me know.
 
Best,
Jason

 

Good news! For all who are waiting on ProXT1545 and ProHond skids, I should be picking them up this weekend. As soon as I get them all unloaded, I'll start filling orders in the order they were received. Thanks everyone! Bob.

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