Honda Snowblower Parts and Manuals

Honda Snowblower Parts

Honda made a wide range of snowblowers, Single Stage, Two Stage and Three Stage.

The majority of their snowblowers have electric start systems, and those that don’t can normally be fitted as an optional extra.

Honda snowblowers are lightweight, easy to operate, dependable and quiet. They have an ability to clear snow quickly and efficiently.

Most snowblowers will at some point need spare parts, either for routine servicing and maintenance, or if for any reason the machine needs repairing. Having a copy of the snowblower manual is really important for a number of reasons.

Honda Snowblower Manual

The manual gives important information about safe operating practices, very important to read as there is potential for real damage if the snowblower is not used correctly.

Quite often new snowblowers arrive out of the box as it were and need to be assembled. A Honda snowblower manual will give you the information and diagrams about how to assemble a snowblower.

Most manuals also include illustrated diagrams of the workings of the engine and other associated parts.

Such a diagram is really important, not only in assembling the machine, but also in being able to identify which parts need replacing, and how new ones should be installed.

The manual should also include a troubleshooting section which will give information on the most common problems people have with the snowblower.

This includes things like problems with starting it, and how best to keep the auger free of snow.

The snowblower manual also have a detailed section on servicing and maintenance.

This is essentially the manufacturers recommendations and should be closely followed.

This is important not only for the smooth running of the snowblower itself, but also to make sure it complies with the warranty.

The manual should give information about the Honda warranty itself.

There are normally some differences if the snowblower is used for commercial operations, and as such there are likely to be separate residential and commercial warranties on the machine

It is likely that the engine itself, if made by a separate manufacturer, will have a separate warranty as well. Details of all these should be included in the manual.

Finally, the manual should contain full details of customer support. This should include the headquarters of the company, phone numbers and e-mails and any other way to contact them.

Honda Snowblower Parts

Below are listed the main categories of  Honda snowblower parts, followed by a more detailed breakdown of which parts are normally available, and for which specific part of the snowblower they are needed for.

Honda Snowblower maintenance sets

Honda Snowblower belts

Honda Snowblower shave plates

Honda Snowblower shear pins

Honda Snowblower slide shoes

Honda Snowblower cables

Honda Snowblower friction wheels and discs

Honda Snowblower augers

Honda Snowblower engine parts

Honda Snowblower hardware

Honda Snowblower pulleys

Honda Snowblower tires and wheels

Honda Snowblower discharge chutes

Honda Snowblower auger gearboxes

Honda Snowblower Parts – Detailed Breakdown

Auger Parts –

  • Auger bearings
  • Auger paddle
  • Impeller
  • Impell fan
  • Hub assembly
  • Plate cowl retainer


  • Differential axle
  • Hex shaft
  • Axle shaft
  • Short axle with bushings
  • Long differential axle
  • Axle weight – lbs 10/30

Batteries and Accessories

  • Battery charger
  • Battery cover
  • Dual port charger

Bearings and Washings

  • Bearings
  • Ball bearing
  • Fang baring
  • Radial bearing
  • Struggling bearing
  • Flange
  • Polyline
  • Sealed
  • Sleeve
  • Slinger
  • Spacer
  • Spindle
  • Steeled housing
  • Height
  • ID
  • Material
  • OD
  • Size
  • Type
  • weight
  • Width

Belts –

  • Belt keeper
  • Belts by size


  • Brake assembly
  • Brake components
  • Brake linkage
  • Brake pads and shoes
  • Auger impeller brake pad
  • Brake arm assembly
  • Brake arm with pad
  • Brake lining



  • Interlock camp
  • Camshaft
  • Differential can
  • Camshaft assembly


  • Carburettor bowls,
  • Carburettor gaskets,
  • Carburettor kits,
  • Carburettor nozzles
  • Choke lever is
  • Diaphragm kit
  • Foats, pins and kits
  • Gasket set
  • Main jet
  • Needles valves and kit
  • Climate bulbs
  • Springs

Chutes and deck size


Clevis pins



  • Dog sliding clutch
  • Clutch chain
  • Fork Clutch
  • Clutch paddle
  • Clutch gear
  • Clutch paddle sleeve
  • Clutch arm with brake pad
  • Jaw clutch
  • Right hand clutch lever grip

Connecting rods

Cotter pin



Cylinder head


  • Rotating danger decal
  • Differential lock decal


Discharge chute

  • Chute gear
  • Chute assembly
  • Outer retaining ring
  • Worm mounting bracket
  • Inner retainer ring
  • Discharge chute base
  • Chute actuation dear
  • Worm gear chute
  • Chute flange keeper
  • Quarter discharge bracket
  • Chute crank knob
  • Deflector
  • Lower chute
  • Chute retainer

Drift cutter

Drive chain

Drive components

  • Gear
  • Pinion shaft frame repair kit
  • Differential remote
  • Automatic differential
  • Pinion shaft
  • Hex shaft
  • Pin
  • Hub assembly lockout
  • Pinion sprocket
  • Ratchet dear
  • Shift carrier
  • Pinion shaft assembly
  • Disk hub
  • Slider ring assembly

Drive sprockets

Driveway marker

Just plug

Electric starter kits


  • Displacement
  • Grade
  • Power
  • Shaft size

Fan blade


  • Dual cable fitting
  • Grease fitting
  • Zerk fitting
  • Hydraulic drive fitting
  • Straight loop fitting
  • Cable z fitting
  • Fitting



Cover bottom


  • Bottom frame cover
  • Frame traction
  • Tractor frame
  • Frame assembly

Friction disc

Fuel filters, lines and parts

  • Elbow fittings
  • Fuel filters
  • Fuel line
  • Fuel line fitting
  • Fuel line shut-off
  • Fuel parts
  • Hose clamp
  • In-line fuel shut-off
  • Climate bulbs
  • Shop packs

Fuel tanks

  • Fuel tank
  • Fuel tank bushing
  • Fuel tank on/off valve
  • Fuel tank strainer
  • Gas tank
  • Fuel tank nipple

Gas and oil


  • Air cleaner gasket
  • Base gasket
  • Carburettor gasket
  • Cylinder head gasket
  • Gasket set
  • Head gasket
  • Insulator gasket
  • Intake gasket
  • Muffler gasket


  • Fuel gauge assembly

Gear case

  • Housing reducer assembly
  • Cast iron gear case
  • Shaft and worm gear kit
  • Impeller shaft
  • Role him
  • Gear case assembly
  • Auger Gearbox Assembly




Headlight bulbs

Hinge pins

Hitch pins

Hose Clamps

  • Tube Clamp
  • Hose Clamp
  • Hose Wire Clamp

Hubcaps and wheel covers


Ignition parts

  • breaker ignition
  • breaker points
  • condenser
  • flywheel keys
  • ignition coils
  • ignition kits
  • ignition set
  • modules
  • plunger breakers
  • voltage regulators

Ignition switches and keys

Light Kit


lubricants chemicals and oils

Lubrication systems

Maintenance kits


  • Shaft support
  • Bracket
  • Idler arm
  • Caster Leg Weldment

Mufflers and accessories

Nuts, bolts and screws

Oil Drain

  • Petcock Assembly

Oil extractor

Oil plug

Oil seals

Pinion gear

Pistons and piston rings –

  • Piston kits
  • Piston rings
  • Pistons
  • Pivot pins
  • Ring sets

Power brushes

Power cords


  • Drive pulleys
  • Engine pulleys
  • Flat idler
  • Idler pulleys
  • Pulley flat idler
  • Pulley hub
  • Blower Sheave

Push rod

Retainer ring



Rocker Arms

Role pin

Roller chain

Rubber tracks

Safety, interlock, PTO switches

  • Interlock switches
  • PTO switches
  • Toggle Switches

Scraper blades


Sheer pin

Skid shoes

Snap rings


Spark plugs and accessories – hex size, thread and type


Starter parts

  • Starter brush kits
  • Starter clubbers
  • Starter dried parts
  • Starter handles
  • Starter pawls
  • Starter pulley
  • Starter recoil assemblies
  • Starter rope
  • Starter springs



  • Steering assembly
  • Steering ball joint
  • Steering gear
  • Steering rod
  • Steering spindles

Throttle and control cables

  • Auger cable
  • Brake and clutch levers
  • Chute deflector cable
  • Chute lock cable
  • Control assembly
  • Control cables
  • Controlled choke
  • Differential cable
  • Push pull controls
  • Remote wheel lock cable
  • Shift rods
  • Throttle access
  • Throttle cables
  • Throttle conduit and clips
  • Throttle controls
  • Traction cable

Tiedowns and straps

Tire chains

  • Snow Hogg two link tire chains
  • Twist link two link tire chains
  • Twist link four link tire chains



  • Gear assembly
  • Chute rotation gearbox
  • Tooth gear,


Valve stems


  • Exhaust valves
  • Intake valves
  • Valve caps
  • Valve guide

Weight kit

Wheel Accessories

Wheel hubs

Wheel rims

  • Compression wheel
  • Rim/hub assembly
  • Rim


Wiring harness

Worm gears

  • Worm gear
  • Worm shaft
  • Worm and gear service assembly
  • Worm shaft assembly
  • Worm shaft







Honda Snowblower

Honda Snowblower

Honda make a number of snowblowers, and bring a vast level of experience in different types of power equipment to both design and effectiveness of single stage and two stage snowblowers. Honda snowblowers have 4 stroke engines, hydrostatic transmission, track drive, ice breaking serrated augers, and commercial grade components.

Before deciding which Honda snowblower to choose, there are a number of factors to take into account to make sure you choose the right type of snowblower. Firstly, it is important to know what type of surface needs to be cleared of snow. Different types of snowblower work better on concrete, asphalt or different types of rough surfaces.

It is also important to know the size of the area that needs to be cleared, in addition to the type and frequency of snowfall. It is normally fairly possible to gauge both of these factors based on past experience, or local common knowledge.

The other important decision to make is whether to buy a Honda single stage snowblower, or a Honda two stage snowblower. Generally speaking, a single stage snowblower is used where the snow is thinner, spread more evenly and should be easier to clear. A single stage snowblower uses a rotating auger, which draws in the snow and simply dispenses through a upward chute away from the snow being cleared.

A two-stage snowblower is normally used where the snow is thicker, more compact and requires a more powerful machine. The main difference in a two-stage snowblower is that not only does it draw the snow into machine, it can then break it down into much smaller chunks, and it uses a fan like  device to reject the snow at a much greater distance than a single stage snowblower can.

Honda single stage snowblowers

Honda HS720AM

Honda HS720AA

Honda HS720AS

Honda two stage snowblowers

Honda HSS724AT / HSS724ATD

Honda HSS724AW / HSS724AWD

Honda HSS928AT / HSS928ATD

Honda HSS928AW / HSS928AWD

Honda HSS1332AT / HSS1332ATD

Honda HSM1336i

Honda Snowblower Parts

Knowing the cost and availability of parts and accessories can be an important factor when deciding which Honda snowblower to buy. All new Honda snowblowers are built and serviced with a warranty, so the issue of parts is more relevant to people who have a long-term usage of machine, or people who buy a second-hand or used one.

There are a number of accessories available for a Honda snowblower, which can make the experience of using one both more enjoyable, safer and more effective. Some of the more common tricks and parts listed below.

Chute Duide Handle

Cold Weather Cabs


Auger Skid Shoe Kit

Drift Breaker Cab

Worklight Kit

Honda Snowblower Dealers

Most Honda Dealers  sell and service Honda power equipment, including Honda snowblowers. Finding a dealer is relatively easy, either by using the main Honda website and going to dealer locator, using local Yellow Pages, a local phone book or simply an Internet search using your location as the fixed point.

A good Honda dealer should be willing to offer both sales and service, some may also offer a rental service and some may have special finance deals available, either on the snowblower itself or on a combination of snowblower and other power equipment.

Honda HS 35 Snowblower

The Honda HS 35 snowblower is one of Honda’s most popular models, and there are a significant number of them available, both used and second-hand. Manuals can be found on various websites such as manuals online, or eBay or Amazon. Information and help can also be sought on any of the snowblower discussion forums.

When using any  relatively old snowblower, it is important to check that the safety shields and mechanisms that are available on current models are also in place on any previous one.

Honda Track Snowblower

Honda snowblowers  use what is called track drive, which are essentially a series of rubber tracks, which according to Honda provide solid traction and perfect balance. The benefit of using a track drive system is that it balances the weight of the snow blower against the weight of the snow on the ground, and means that it is possible to use the rotating auger to effectively measure the traction of the snowblower.

This can make a significant difference when clearing snow off areas of grounds that have a stone base, such as driveways and sidewalks.