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  1. Chuck2
    01-02-2015 11:53 AM - permalink
    Chuck2
    Hey there Shryp. If you have a moment, would you look at my latest posts here & see if you have anymore advice for me? Thanks.
    http://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...-o-ring-4.html
  2. WestminsterFJR
    01-13-2014 12:14 AM - permalink
    WestminsterFJR
    Shryp:

    I came across your posting on replacing the impeller seal, but I still have a few questions. I currently have my gearbox stripped down to the point where I am trying to figure out how to remove the impeller shaft from the gearbox. Please advise. Also, would I need to remove the impeller in order to change the seal. or would I remove the bearing end? My machine is a 1961 10ML55 with leaky seal.

    Thanks,
    -Ken
  3. lrmill01
    12-15-2013 11:39 AM - permalink
    lrmill01
    ELECTRIC/12V CHUTE CONTROL. Currently working on an electric chute direction control, with a left to right thumb switch, can be mounted on right or left. Dont think there is one on the market, ok, see how it works. lrmill01
  4. lrmill01
    12-15-2013 11:34 AM - permalink
    lrmill01
    Yep I added the Harbor Freight 212 6.5hp test, and had 8 inches to blow this morning, WOW thats a nice engine upgrade, straight fit, POWER alot of it!! ran at Idle and still threw it 5-10 feet..lol TOTAL PRICE $95.47 well worth it, now I have a 3,5 tecumseh for anyone interested runs fine electric start. $50 buks.
  5. GustoGuy
    10-16-2013 12:49 PM - permalink
    GustoGuy
    Shryp. Come to think of it even the Tecumseh would use more gasoline to blow my driveway than does the new OHV Predator 212cc. Since the Predator is 212cc and 7hp so 7hp/212cc =0.033Hp per cc so the Big Flat head 8hp Briggs is 319cc and if it made as much power per cc as the 212cc engine it would have to put out 10.533hp. The OHV engines are much more efficient than the old Flat heads and subsequently much more fuel efficient. I am glad that you agree with me that a modern OHV engine with Ball bearing crankshaft support is technologically superior to an old valve in block fat head with crank shaft bushings instead of bearings. I was reluctant to try and use the Flat head Briggs because of my prior experience with my Tecumseh flathead.

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