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Complete Dynamark snowblower in MA for $50/bo

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4) I have too many snowblowers as it is, can't save them all



No spark but complete.

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I'm happy to say that I'm heading to pick this machine up tomorrow!!!

Another toy to play with....
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Good for you. It sure looks like it's worth saving but if not the engine (no spark) is worth the $50 IMHO>

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Congrats, and that machine looks vaguely similar to an AMF machine that someone posted about that they have.

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Congrats, and that machine looks vaguely similar to an AMF machine that someone posted about that they have.
There is a relationship there somewhere I just know it. Including DNA with my Craftsman.
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Thanks guys. Went up and handed the gentleman $25. It's in the garage now warming up and tomorrow I'll be taking a deep look at it.
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Good for you. It sure looks like it's worth saving but if not the engine (no spark) is worth the $50 IMHO>
Two comments pertaining to no spark. First, ignitions are found on the cheap over at Ebay. Second, if no spark be sure TO CHECK THE IGNITION SWITCH first!

A few years ago I purchased a used Ariens for one of our buildings. The seller wanted $150 for it. Think it was a 24" with electric start. Any way, I asked to see it run. The seller crannked and cranked the engine and it refused to start.

I offered $100 and he accepted it. Got it back to my garage and by passed the ignition and sure enough......SPARK! That machine is still being used. A little WD40 fixed the switch
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Would you like me to move this over to "All Other Brands" so we can follow it's progress in this thread as you resurrect it ??

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Well, there was no real spark issue. I cleaned the points, and now have spark, and in fact, have a running machine. Took the carb apart today and have it soaking now, as it was surging a bit. Need to put in a new bowl drain O-ring, as it is leaking. Needs a new drive disc (ordered), and I want to pull the wheel hubs off the shaft and install grease zerks on them. Impeller bearing and Auger bushings are tight, so hopefully won't need to replace them. I don't plan on keeping this, as I love my 1968 Ariens, yet want to make sure that when I sell it, I am comfortable with passing it to someone else. Also want to pull the augers and install grease zerks there...(That does not mean that whoever buys this machine will care or take care of it....but hey, what else can I do other than sell them a solid machine).

Db9938 -- It is an AMF Model #: 53603800; Serial #: 4-27842.

Kiss4aFrog -- Yep, it makes sense to move it, as I'll keep the group informed as to how I'm progressing on it.


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