HD25 shear pin size

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    Rick Robbins
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    #166269

    What would be the shear pin size for 1950 HD25? Are some available, or do most make them from rod stock?
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    crosbyman
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    #166274

    a brass bolt shaft or rod of the proper diameter cut to the proper length should do …

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    #166275

    Part number is 004372. But I can’t find my size chart. I’m guessing (assuming) that they are stainless steel, since the motor has a rubber shock absorber ring in the propeller. Most of us make our own.

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    Rick Robbins
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    #166281

    Looks like a # 6-32 brass machine screw i” long with the head cut off would do the trick.
    Thanks for the replies!

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    #166283

    The correct current part number is 043072 old 43-72. Shows $2.00

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    #166289

    5/32″ appears to be correct.

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    Rick Robbins
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    #166302

    WOW, thanks alot for this chart! Much appreciated.

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