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post #1 of 8 Old 04-12-2017, 06:54 PM Thread Starter
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Never Seen One Like This....

Got This White "Snow Boss" through one of my scrap metal associates. I figured it would be a Typical double shaft engine setup and drive. However, I was surprised to see a single shaft setup. What was Really interesting, is the drive chain and sprocket moves laterally with the friction wheel. Also, the Gauge of steel was comparable to an Ariens 10000 series. Check out the Gearbox as well. Interesting Setup IMHO. Saved the Engine, a Good HM80 w/generator and headlight.


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I have a power king brand blower, same frame, it's 5/24 and I put a 9hp on it...absolutely unstopable


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Looks pretty robust overall. wonder if they made them or contracted them out?


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I believe it's an MTD. Tag says Made in Cleveland, which is MTD Country. Bringing it to the Scrapyard today. Can't Save Them All.....
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My "White Outdoor Equipment" snowblower was also made by MTD in Cleveland.

It's interesting that this unit's plastic (epdm ?) chute still looks like new !

Maybe the unit just sat outside, without being used; why even the shoes look like original equipment, never even rotated.
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I believe it's an MTD. Tag says Made in Cleveland, which is MTD Country. Bringing it to the Scrapyard today. Can't Save Them All.....
Looks like the impeller blades were awfully thin and might not be a good snow chucker anyway.

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Mine is awsome, i sold it to my grandmother, i want it back


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It actually looked like a Decent Machine, but it had to go.
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