Jacobsen Imperial Sno 826 -- Denver -- $400.00 Mint Condition ! - Snowblower Forum : Snow Blower Forums
 
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post #1 of 5 Old 09-20-2016, 09:52 PM Thread Starter
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Jacobsen Imperial Sno 826 -- Denver -- $400.00 Mint Condition !

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A bit pricey, but wow, that thing is clean !



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Hmm I see some similarities between this and the JD 826s..
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I have this exact snow blower and im trying to get parts for it but the serial number is not legable so no one can order parts for me. Is there any way you still have the serial number? Thanks
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I have that exact model as well...Thank you Jackmels! Two weeks ago I had none...now two. My older one I just went through and serviced...just touched up paint on the body, not going to do the engine. The newer one I got running good and played with the tranny some....but the idle circuit still need work. I'm just getting ready to experiment with an impeller kit, as there is at least a half inch of space between the impeller and housing. I'll go out to the shop tomorrow and get you the model number. I'm kind of afraid parts will be a problem.
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wow that sat in a nice dry spot for a long time

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