They stay there clipped on. They are a set of extra sheer bolts for the auger if by chance you brake one. The auger take two one each side.
when I press the primer button it leaking gas
I have a gravel and stone driveway, and I set the skids as high as they could go, but ended up eating a stone that immediately snapped the shear bolts when the stone got lodged between the augur and the housing. There was a spare pair of bolts, but the same thing happened again almost immediately. Very frustrating. The only way I can get out to get more bolts is to shovel my 500' drive! I wouldn't recommend this for gravel/stone drives unless you KNOW there are no loose stones under the snow!
was delivered to my house, It must stay on a skid, until you cut away the box
If you left the fuel in it for 2 years it is bad and needs to be removed and fresh gas put in the tank. Also there is a in line fuel shut off valve check and make sure that it is not closed. try using starting fluid spray to see if it will fire up. if it starts when you use starting fluid you will know it is a fuel problem. You may need to clean the carburetor many youtube videos that can help you do this yourself. good luck hope this helps you.
I didn't when I purchased this and used it regularly. This is year 2 with it and I didn't change the oil but if I use it enough this year I will. Hope this helps.
Possible frozen line. Mine had to be warm (in the garage or out in the sun) to start. Also, don’t pump primer more than the recommended three times. Possibly flooded
PURCHASED MINE IN 2012, STILL GOING STRONG, came fully assembled. great work horse, just make sure you use chains on wheels. It never stops with them on.
Zero. You start it, and go find snow. Just because there is no snow doesn't mean the unit will fail to function. It just won't blow any snow.
Which is it? Metal or plastic? Please someone who knows the differwnce, post an answer. Thanks